Office of the Registrar
School of Graduate Studies (2008/2009)
10.2 Program of Study and Research
  1. Students enrolled in the Master of Engineering program will work in one of the following areas: Civil Engineering; Computer Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Ocean and Naval Architectural Engineering; and Oil and Gas Engineering.

  2. A program shall normally consist of:

    1. a thesis related to the area of study

    2. a minimum of 15 credit hours, at least 12 credit hours of which must be from graduate courses. Three credit hours may be taken from undergraduate courses approved for the student's program by the Dean of Graduate Studies on the recommendation of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science

    3. Seminar course 9100

    4. such other courses as may be required in an individual's program.

    For students enrolled in the Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Ocean and Naval Architectural Engineering disciplines, or Oil and Gas Engineering, a program shall normally include at least 9 credit hours from courses chosen from the core courses listed below.

  3. The following are core courses:

    ENG. 9002, 9015, 9110, 9113, 9114, 9115, 9210, 9411, 9420, 9501, 9505, 9516, 9520, 9550, 9609, 9627, 9816, 9821, 9826, 9827, 9834, 9847, 9861, 9865, 9867, 9871, 9874, 9876, 9901, 9902, 9940.

  4. The thesis is to contain the results of a systematic investigation which has been conducted by the candidate under the direction of the Supervisor.

  5. With the approval of the Dean of Graduate Studies and on the recommendation of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, credit towards the course requirements may be considered for graduate courses previously taken by the student in accordance with the General Regulations for course credit transfers.