Master of Engineering Science

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  • A four-year honours degree (or equivalent) from an accredited institution, usually in engineering.*
  • At least an A- standing (80%) over the final two undergraduate years.

* Honours graduates from other disciplines such as physics, chemistry, computer science, physiology, biochemistry, medical biophysics and mathematics may also be admitted but may be required to take supplementary courses in mathematical, physical or engineering sciences. 

Our Program

Our highly collaborative program is designed to encourage students to exceed their potential. Students will complete two required courses, two electives, participate in a graduate seminar series once per year, and attend all of their peers' seminars. The average timeline for a MESc in Biomedical Engineering is six terms. Please see MESc courses here

How to Apply

Please visit our Admissions page.