MEng Program Options

Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

Completing a specialized graduate program at the Schulich School of Engineering will help you stand out in a competitive job market and will take your career to exciting new heights. Schulich graduates become inventors, entrepreneurs, and engineering leaders. We are proud to say that our graduates also enjoy some of the highest rates of employment, in both national and international settings.

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What courses will I take?

To complete this program, students take 10 courses.

Required courses:


Energy and Environment

Environmental Engineering 671

Ethics, Law, and the Engineering Profession

Engineering 687

Sensors, Data and Signal Analysis

Mechanical Engineering 615

Numerical Methods for Engineers

Mechanical Engineering 631

Advanced Materials Engineering

Mechanical Engineering 665

Finite Element Method

Mechanical Engineering 647

OR

Computational Fluid Dynamics

Mechanical Engineering 672

Choose 1 course from the following:


Sustainability Engineering

Engineering 682

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Engineering 683

Introduction to Project Management

Engineering 684

Choose at least 3 Environmental Engineering specialization-specific courses. Suggested courses are:


Principles of Environmental Engineering

Environmental Engineering 603

OR

Environmental Chemistry and Microbiology

Environmental Engineering 605

Experimental Design and Error Analysis

Environmental Engineering 621

Numerical Methods for Engineers

Environmental Engineering 625

Environmental Modelling

Environmental Engineering 635

Air Pollution Control Engineering

Environmental Engineering 641

Contaminated Soil Remediation

Environmental Engineering 653

Hazardous Waste and Contaminated Sites Management

Environmental Engineering 665

Life Cycle Assessment

Environmental Engineering 693

Water and Wastewater Pollution, Treatment and Control

Environmental Engineering 695 

Air Pollution Mitigation for Environmental Engineers

Environmental Engineering 697

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What courses will I take?

To complete this program, students take 10 courses.

Required courses:


Ethics, Law, and the Engineering Profession

Engineering 687

Sensors, Data and Signal Analysis

Mechanical Engineering 615

Numerical Methods for Engineers

Mechanical Engineering 631

Finite Element Method

Mechanical Engineering 647

Elements of Materials Engineering

Mechanical Engineering 665

Choose 1 course from the following:


Sustainability Engineering

Engineering 682

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Engineering 683

Introduction to Project Management

Engineering 684

Choose 4 courses from the following: 

If students are interested in combining their courses around a specific theme within the field, please refer to the course bundles below:

Theme 1: Mechatronics


Advanced Control Systems

Mechanical Engineering 641 

Mechatronics Design Laboratory I

Mechanical Engineering 661

Mechatronics Design Laboratory II

Mechanical Engineering 662

Theme 2: Aerospace and Energy Systems


Theme 3: Advanced Manufacturing and Product Design


Bio-Inspired Design

Engineering 523

Manufacturing Optimization

Manufacturing Engineering 618

What courses will I take?

To complete this program, students take 10 courses.

Choose 6 courses from the following:


Geomatics Engineering for Pipeline Systems

Mechanical Engineering 620

Pump and Compressor Stations

Mechanical Engineering 622

Fundamentals of Pipeline Economics

Mechanical Engineering 624

Corrosion Science in the Pipelines Industry

Mechanical Engineering 626

Pipelines Coatings

Mechanical Engineering 628

Fundamentals of Liquid Hydraulics in Pipeline Systems

Mechanical Engineering 630

Fundamentals of Gas Hydraulics in Pipeline Systems

Mechanical Engineering 632

Pipeline Geotechnical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering 634

Structural Analysis of Buried Steel Pipelines Systems

Mechanical Engineering 636

Stress Corrosion Cracking of Materials

Mechanical Engineering 640

Fracture Mechanics

Mechanical Engineering 667

Fatigue of Materials

Mechanical Engineering 669

Choose 4 courses from any graduate-level engineering courses


If you choose courses outside of the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing, approval is needed from the Director.

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