Engineering Science (M.A.Sc., M.Eng., PhD)

With the possibility of completing the Master of Engineering in only one year, you can bolster your career with a plan for advancement.

Overview

Use creativity and technological tools to design sustainable processes for resource management at Canada's Mining University. 

Choose from a Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) or Master of Applied Science (M.A.Sc).

M.A.Sc. (research based) and M.Eng. (project based) students may focus in the following areas:

  1. Mining Engineering
  2. Mining-Mechanical Engineering
  3. Mechanical Engineering
  4. Mechatronics Engineering
  5. Chemical Engineering
  6. Sustainability
  7. Bioprocesses
  8. Extractive Metalurgy
  9. Process Engineering

M.Eng.* (course based) students may focus in three areas: 

  1. Mining Engineering
  2. Mechanical Engineering
  3. Mining-Mechanical Engineering

* A fast-track option of this program can be completed in one year.

Benefit from a unique perspective, not available in other North American universities, in this field as it applies to the mining, mine-mechanical, and mineral processing sector.

Apply your knowledge to areas in environment protection, monitoring sources of pollution, reducing resource wastage, and prevention of system failures. Consider and analyze the human impact on the natural systems around us.

PhD in Engineering Science

Choose from two areas of study: mining engineering and mineral processing and extractive metallurgy, and from many research topics under three broad headings: mining engineering, process engineering, robotics, automation and advanced methods.

The engineering profession in Canada contributes in a major way to the economic and general well-being of society through the practical application of science towards inventions and the development of goods and services. Become part of an organization of professionals with a rich history at the Bharti School of Engineering.

 

Read more about the Master of Engineering Science Fast-Track Program

View the curriculm for the M.Eng., the M.A.Sc., and the PhD

 

Key Features

The M.Eng. degree requires course work and an industrial project. The M.A.Sc. degree involves course work and a thesis and can lead to PhD studies.
Choose from a focus on; 1) Mining Engineering, 2) Robotics, Automation and Advanced Technologies, 3) Process Engineering.
Create new ways to solve the most important issues facing our world today.

Career Opportunities

Graduates can rest assured knowing there is a multitude of career options they can explore post-graduation. Some career options include, but are not limited to: Environmental engineer, water resources engineer, environmental consultant, ecological engineering consultant, waste management expert, geotechnical engineer, sustainability engineer, mining engineering, mining technologies, research and development. Many of these careers can be found in the public and private sector.

 

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Program Details

Faculty Members

Osman Abou-Rabia

Osman Abou-Rabia

Goodman School of Mines
Marc Arsenault

Marc Arsenault

Bharti School of Engineering
Eugene Ben-Awuah

Eugene Ben-Awuah

Bharti School of Engineering
Ming Cai

Ming Cai

Bharti School of Engineering
Krishna Challagulla

Krishna Challagulla

Bharti School of Engineering
Brahim Chebbi

Brahim Chebbi

Bharti School of Engineering
Philip Dirige

Philip Dirige

Faculty of Science, Engineering and Architecture
Marie-Hélène Fillion

Marie-Hélène Fillion

Bharti School of Engineering
Eduard Guerra

Eduard Guerra

Bharti School of Engineering
Redhouane Henda

Redhouane Henda

Bharti School of Engineering
Martin Hudyma

Martin Hudyma

Bharti School of Engineering
Vassilios Kazakidis

Vassilios Kazakidis

Bharti School of Engineering
Corey Laamanen

Corey Laamanen

Bharti School of Engineering
Brent Lievers

Brent Lievers

Bharti School of Engineering
Dean Millar

Dean Millar

Bharti School of Engineering
Mounir Naili

Mounir Naili

Bharti School of Engineering
John Scott

John Scott

Bharti School of Engineering
Helen Shang

Helen Shang

Bharti School of Engineering
Shailendra Sharan

Shailendra Sharan

Bharti School of Engineering
Ramesh Subramanian

Ramesh Subramanian

Bharti School of Engineering
Markus Timusk

Markus Timusk

Bharti School of Engineering
Nick Vayenas

Nick Vayenas

Bharti School of Engineering
Meysar Zeinali-Ghayeshghorshagh

Meysar Zeinali-Ghayeshghorshagh

Bharti School of Engineering
Junfeng Zhang

Junfeng Zhang

Bharti School of Engineering