Memorial’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science prides itself on the high calibre of its graduate students. Our students have won national and international awards in fields such as offshore oil and energy by winning first place in the Chancellor’s Graduate Award with the Fry Family Foundation Award, and placed second out of 39 international teams in the American Concrete Institute in the USA. Among other accomplishments, Memorial had the first Canadian graduate of the new Global Engineering Certificate.
New career-driven graduate course- and thesis-based programs have been added in diploma and masters’ areas and our superior students are excelling in innovation, knowledge building and technological developments. Areas such as subsea, ocean and marine technology, energy, sustainable infrastructure, information and communication technology, are among some of these growing expertise fields.
The Office of Associate Dean (Graduate Studies) is here to serve the needs of both faculty and students from the initial inquiry, admission, graduation and then through career development. We help our students unleash their real potential, to be successful researchers and/or professionals, and to be global citizens.
At our office, we are always striving for more challenges and more learning for the future and we are establishing new international collaborations to facilitate world experiences for our graduate students and to provide them with valuable global career development.