Candidates for the M.A.Sc. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering must complete three graduate three-credit courses, a full-year, six-credit research project course (EECS 6400 6.0), and write and successfully defend a Master’s thesis. The EECS 6400 project must be distinct from other course assignments and the M.A.Sc. thesis.
Upon acceptance to the M.A.Sc. program, the Candidate will meet with their thesis supervisor, who will advise them on the degree requirements and assist them in their course selection and research. Students are expected to complete their degree requirements in no more than five terms (twenty months). Students also are required to submit a Progress Report each term on December 31 (Fall term) April 30 (Winter term) and August 31 (Summer term) until completion of degree requirements.
M.A.Sc. Program Checkpoints
|Supervisory committee selection||3 terms||3 terms|
|Course requirement||2 terms||3 terms|
|Thesis proposal||3 terms||4 terms|
|Thesis defense||5 terms|
There is a breadth requirement on the selected graduate courses. At least one course must be from each of the two fields of specialization:
No more than one course integrated with an undergraduate course (EECS 5XXX courses) can be used to satisfy degree program requirements.
A Candidate must conduct approved thesis research that demonstrates his/her research ability in the selected field of specialization under the general direction of a supervisor. Typically, the thesis will include a practical demonstration or implementation of the research work undertaken.
Students must maintain a continuous registration in the Program. A year (12 months) consists of three terms: fall, winter, and summer. Students are expected to complete the Master’s Programs in no more than five terms (20 months) and the Doctoral Program in no more than twelve terms (48 months). Leaving for more than 4 weeks a term requires the permission of both the program director and the dean of FGS. According to Faculty regulations, beyond the second year of M.Sc. or M.A.Sc. study, full-time students are automatically converted to part-time, and are no longer eligible for financial support.
The M.A.Sc. program covers a wide variety of sub-disciplines. For more information, see the list of faculty members.
Graduate Program Assistant: Ms. Ouma Jaipaul Gill
Our main office is located in the Lassonde Building, room 1012T.
Telephone: (416) 736-2100 extension 66183
Fax: (416) 736-5872
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