Why take this program?
Take your career to the next level
Focus your career in a specific area OR expand your opportunities across sectors
Gain advanced scientific knowledge that sets you apart from the pack
Prepare yourself for a senior role as you advance your career
Specialize in your area of interest
Complete a master's program in one or two years
Earn Engineer In Training status with APEGA
Why study in Calgary?
Calgary is an emerging high-tech hub.
More corporate head offices and small businesses per capita than anywhere in Canada.
Calgary is a young, diverse entrepreneurial city.
We're the fourth-largest and fastest-growing city in Canada.
Over 333 days of sun a year makes us Canada's sunniest city.
Learn more about Calgary: Calgary Economic Development video
Where will I go?
Demand for electrical and computer engineers is growing exponentially. Depending on your focus, you could work as an electrical engineer, software engineer or computer engineer.
Computer engineers design, implement, evaluate, modify, maintain and test computer systems and related equipment.
Electrical engineers specify, design, construct, analyze, and test electrical and electronic components and systems, and are responsible for their safe operations.
Software engineers develop and build computer systems software and applications software.
A supervisor is not needed for this course-based master's degree program
Is this program right for me?
Develop advanced knowledge employers are looking for
Complete a course-based master's program in one or two years
Build on your BSc in electrical or computer engineering
Help employers design digital engineering solutions
Develop leadership skills with courses in project management, innovation and entrepreneurship
Work with an industry partner, engineering innovative solutions to real-world problems
I'm interested in an MEng
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