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This Department at McGill University offers graduate studies programs leading to a degree of Master of Science (thesis), Master of Engineering (project/non-thesis) or Doctor of Philosophy.
The research interests and facilities of the Department are very extensive, involving more than 50 faculty members and 350 postgraduate students. The major activities are divided into the following groups:
The Department is equipped with state-of-the-art experimental laboratories and numerous multidisciplinary research projects, so students are provided with an ideal environment to develop new technologies, discover novel phenomena, and design revolutionary devices.
The Master of Engineering degree (project option) involves graduate-level courses and an internally examined research project.
The program is oriented more toward professional development than the thesis option.
The project is of significantly less scope than a thesis and includes options such as a technical review, a design project, or a small-scale research project.
Students are provided with a solid background in electrical and computer engineering, both in terms of breadth across the entire field and depth in the specialty area.
Graduates frequently pursue careers in research and development. A part-time program is possible.
|Cost of living||1 person||$6,912|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$6,659|
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