The School of Mechatronic Systems Engineering offers three programs: Master of Applied Science (MASc), Master of Engineering (MEng), and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). The MASc and PhD programs are research-based, and are completed by writing and defending a thesis. The MEng program is course-based with an industrial internship.
|Program||Credential||Tuition||Completion Pathway||Program Duration|
|Master of Applied Science||MASc||pay per term
||Thesis||2 years (6 terms)|
|Master of Engineering||MEng||pay per unit
||Courses and Internship
||16 months including internship (4 terms)|
|Doctor of Philosophy||PhD||pay per term||Thesis||4 years (12 terms)|
Graduate studies at the School of Mechatronic Systems Engineering can be done in any of the main program areas, listed on our Research page.
For an extensive list of undergraduate and graduate MSE courses and their descriptions please visit the Mechatronic Systems Engineering Courses page. Note that not all of these courses are offered every term. In order to check if a course is being offered in a specific term, please visit the Course Outlines page.
Tuition and Fees
Please refer to the Tuition + Fees page on the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies office's website. Both the MASc and PhD programs are research-based programs and therefore fall under "regular" tuition (pay per term). The MEng program falls under the "specialty program" tuition (pay per unit).