Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
MSc in CS
The Master’s degree program in Computer Science covers a wide variety of topics within Computer Science, including artificial intelligence, computer graphics, computer vision, human-centered computing, information systems, networks, theory of computation and virtual reality. It offers internship opportunities for students interested in an industrial career but also prepares students for a doctoral degree program.
MSc in CS, specialization in Artificial Intelligence
The program now offers a specialization in Artificial Intelligence, designed to prepare students for careers in a broad range of job sectors that take advantage of the potential afforded by applying artificial intelligence techniques to computing challenges. The specialization features courses that focus on the theory, methodologies and applications of artificial intelligence. The specialization includes a research project that applies artificial intelligence to a practical problem, in collaboration with partners in the private or public sector. Unlike other programs, this specialization is not funded, but financial support is available to excellent students in the form of scholarships or internships.
MASc in ECE
The Master’s degree program in Electrical and Computer Engineering covers the fields of Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Software Engineering. A project course prepares students for their research. The program offers internship opportunities for students interested in an industrial career but also prepares students for a doctoral degree.
PhD in EECS
This is Canada’s only doctoral degree program in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. It provides students breadth with a range of courses spanning from Electrical Engineering to Computer Science and allows them to specialize in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or Software Engineering. It offers a teaching practicum for students who want to pursue a career in academia and an internship for students aiming for industrial positions.
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