Office of the Registrar
School of Graduate Studies (2019/2020)
14.10 Graduate Diploma in Engineering

The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science offers course-based graduate diplomas in engineering to provide opportunities for engineers to obtain credentials or upgrade their training in various specialized areas of engineering. The programs are available on a full-time or part-time basis.

14.10.1 Qualifications for Admission

Admission to the program is limited and competitive. To be eligible for consideration for admission, an applicant shall meet the requirements described under General Regulations, Qualification for Admission, or shall have qualifications and/or engineering experience that is acceptable to the Dean of Graduate Studies and to the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science. To be eligible for consideration for admission, applicants will meet English proficiency requirements described under General Regulations, English Proficiency Requirements.

14.10.2 Program of Study

The graduate diploma program requires the completion of 15 credit hours consisting of three core and two elective courses.

14.10.2.1 Arctic Engineering

Engineering 9052, 9062, and 9092; and two courses selected from Engineering 9090, 9096, 9501, 9506, 9516

14.10.2.2 Communications Engineering

Engineering 9871, 9872, and 9878; and two courses selected from Engineering 9806, 9821, 9825, 9876, 9877

14.10.2.3 Geotechnical and Structural Engineering

Engineering 9501, 9723, and 9760; and two courses selected from Engineering 9002, 9022, 9505, 9520, 9750, 9755

14.10.2.4 Mechanics and Materials Engineering

Engineering 9210, 9520, and 9550; and two courses selected from Engineering 9501, 9516, 9540, 9982

14.10.2.5 Mechatronics Engineering

Engineering 9804, 9826, and 9940; and two courses selected from Engineering 9496, 9516, 9685, 9875

14.10.2.6 Safety and Risk Engineering

Engineering 9115, 9121, and 9411; and two courses selected from Engineering 9116, 9516, 9609, 9622

14.10.2.7 Thermofluids Engineering

Engineering 9901, 9977, and 9985; and two courses selected from Engineering 9211, 9420, 9501, 9902, 9979