The Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering provides diverse opportunities for graduate studies in fundamental and applied research in all areas of mechanical engineering. Offering both research and professional-based graduate programs, we prepare our graduate students to achieve their full academic and research potential.

Degree Offerings


Master of Engineering (MEng)

1 year: Course work

MEng Program Information

Master of Applied Science (MASc)

2 years: Course work, research thesis

MASc Program Information


Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

4 years: Course work, comprehensive exams, seminar course, and a research thesis

PhD Program Information

Accelerated Master's Program

16-20 months: course work, seminar course, and a research thesis.

Open to third year undergraduate students.

Accelerated Master's Program Information


Collaborative Programs

Research and Facilities


Our world-class faculty and facilities support the research goals of our graduate students. We have four research core groups that cover Biomechanical Engineering, Design and Manufacturing, Energy and Fluid Systems, and Materials Engineering. Multidisciplinary collaborations are encouraged across departments, faculties, and universities.

Research Group Information