MEng Program

OVERVIEW

The course-based MEng program is designed for engineering graduates who want to advance their careers with further education.  In addition to courses in specific technical areas, students take a variety of courses such as technical communications, ethics, and entrepreneurship.

Two streams are available for the MEng program.  Both options are open to all students.

  • 12 Months, courses only
  • 16 – 24 Months with Internship starting in September of the second year of study.  The internship is facilitated by the co-op office. The co-op team will help prepare students for interviews and cultural training to assist with the integration into the Canadian workforce.  The co-op office will also connect students with potential employers. Students choosing this option must submit a registration form to the School of Engineering by the end of the first term of study. Internships last between 4 and 12 months.  The length will depend on student’s preference and availability of internships.  Students unable to secure an internship can participate in a research project with the School of Engineering.

 

* Senate approval pending

**The internship is facilitated by the co-op office that prepares students for interviews and provides cultural training to facilitate the integration into the Canadian workforce. 

CIVIL

Year 1 Specialization Courses

ENGR 518 Applied Machine Learning for Engineers

ENGR 522 Advanced Design & Steel Structures

ENGR 523 Seismic Design of Buildings

ENGR 529 Rehabilitation of Concrete Structures

ENGR 532 Project Planning and Control

ENGR 533 Construction Engineering & Management

ELECTRICAL

YEAR 1 SPECIALIZATION COURSES

ENGR 501 Deep Learning for Engineers

ENGR 509 AI for Wireless Robotics

ENGR 512 Signals Systems & Interference

ENGR 518 Applied Machine Learning for Engineers

ENGR 532 Project Planning and Control

ENGR 553 Signal Estimation Theory

MECHANICAL

Year 1 Specialization Courses

ENGR 508 Specialty Alloys

ENGR 513 Nanomaterials & Nano Manufacturing

ENGR 518 Applied Machine Learning for Engineers

ENGR 532 Project Planning and Control

ENGR 581 Mechatronics

ENGR 586 Robot Modelling & Control

Learn more about the MEng program through the UBC Okanagan Academic Calendar.