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Why should you enroll in the 12-month Master's of Engineering (M.Eng.) program?
This unique Engineering degree helps you differentiate from other Bachelor of Engineering graduates. With the possibility of completing it in only one year, you can bolster your career with a plan for advancement.
This Master’s degree is course-based. The degree focuses on technical skills within Engineering and will provide you with the fundamentals for progression throughout your career as an Engineer.
What’s the difference between an M.Sc. and an M.Eng.?
While both degree designations are significant, there are a few general differences between the Masters of Science (often specialized in Engineering) and the Masters of Engineering:
- M.Eng. degrees are commonly associated with course-work
- M.Sc. degrees are commonly associated with thesis
- The M.Eng. is ideal for technical experience
- The M.Sc. is better suited for progression towards a PhD
Why study the M.Eng. in Sudbury?
Known by our industry partners as the Mining Capital of the World, Sudbury, Ontario offers a unique landscape to study engineering. Study in a place where our industry partnerships are as important as our geological advantage - the Sudbury Basin.
Our professors understand the relationships between the various types of Engineering and how they relate to the professional field. In Sudbury, you have the opportunity to study, but nearly as important is the opportunity to meet industry partners who employ many of our graduates. In fact, Laurentian University graduates earn the second highest average entry wage of any University in Ontario and have one of the highest employment rate after six months from graduation.
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Does this program interest you?
Learn More about the M.Eng. by reading through our academic program overview.