- About Us
- Current Students
We offer graduate programs leading to the degrees of:
- Master of Engineering (M.Eng.): 1-year professional degree without thesis
- Master of Applied Science (M.A.Sc.): 2-year research degree with thesis
- Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Students enrolled in the research degrees are usually funded through a combination of research assistantships, teaching assistantships, and/or scholarships.
We have a wide range of research activities in all of the major specialization areas of electrical and computer engineering. Research expenditures in the department exceeded $7.4 million in the last fiscal year.
Our faculty have achieved both national and international recognition. Among our ranks we have:
- 1 Canada Research Chair
- 1 Queen's Research Chair
- 12 faculty members are either Senior Members or Fellows of the IEEE
Our smaller student-to-faculty ratio compared to those of larger universities is seen by our students as an important benefit to them because it results in more interaction with faculty, smaller class sizes, and a stronger sense of community.