6 terms (2 years)
Eligible research-based students will receive a minimum of $13,000 plus tuition (excludes ancillary fees) through research grants, contracts, scholarships and teaching assistantships. To maintain fundable status, students must sustain an average of 78% at Western.
**All courses & schedules may be subject to change. Please regularly check this page for the most up to date information**
|ECE 9200L||Software Engineering for Human-Computer Interface Design||Dr. Eagleson|
|ECE 9304L||Digital Modulation & Coding||R. Rao|
|ECE 9607||Cooperative Distributed Systems Engineering: Technologies &Applications||H. Ghenniwa|
|ECE 9400||Flexible AC Transmission Systems FACTS||R. Varma|
|ECE 9406||Special Topic in Power: Power Electronics for Industrial Applications|
|ECE 9506||Linear Systems and Modern Control Theory||L. Brown||Tuesday & Wednesday 5:30-7:00pm SEB 2202||September 11, 2018|
|ECE 9603||Data Analytics Foundations||K. Grolinger||
Thursday 9:30am-12:30pm NCB 113
|September 13, 2018|
|ECE 9201||Digital Image Processing||H. Ladak||
Monday 5:30-6:30pm SEB 1200
Thursday 9:30-10:30am SEB 1059
Friday 10:30-11:30am UCC 146
|ECE 9403||High Frequency Power Converters||G. Moschopoulos||
Mon 9:00pm – 11:00pm SEB 2202
Tues 3:30-4:30 pm SEB 2100
Tues 8:30pm-10:30pm SEB 2202
Thu 3:30 pm-4:30 pm SEB 2100
September 6, 2018 @ 3:30 in SEB 2100
|ECE 9408||Modeling Power Sytems for Protection, Control, and Transient Studies||F. Badrkhani Ajaei||
Friday 2:30-5:30pm SEB 2099
Lab Session: TBD
|ECE 9305||Applied Probability Theory||S. Primak||
Wednesday 10:30am-1:30pm WIRB 1160
|September 19, 2018|
|ECE 9202||Advanced Image Processing & Analysis|
|ECE 9203||Random Signals, Adaptive and Kalman Filtering||V. Parsa|
|ECE 9308||Wireless Communication||X. Wang|
|ECE 9609||Introduction to Hacking: Exploitation and Protection of Systems and Software||A. Essex|
|ECE 9507||Advanced Digital Control Systems||M. Kermani|
|ECE 9405||Computational Methods||P. Srikantha|
|ECE 9407||Sensor Networks & Embedded Systems||TBA|
|ECE 9513||Robot Control||I. Polushin||
|ECE 9402||Power System Protection||F. Badrkhani-Ajaei|
|ECE 9702||Numerical Methods for Analysis and Design of High-speed Electrical Circuits||A. Dounavis||
|ECE 9504||Optimization Techniques||R. Patel||
|ECE 9309||Machine Learning||A. Shami||
4th Year Engineering Students who have an average mark of 80% over their 2nd & 3rd years may be eligible for the Accelerated Masters Program. At the end of their 3rd year students will find a professor willing to act as advisor and provide financial support for their future MESc studies. The department will accept this student for future MESc study, on the condition that an average of at least 75% will be maintained during their 4th year undergraduate courses.
The student may take up to 2 graduate half courses in their 4th year. These courses are extra courses and will not contribute to their undergraduate degree. If a mark of 75% or higher is obtained in these courses , advanced credit for these two courses will automatically be granted upon MESc registration.
Students would immediately be admitted as an MESc student in May following the completion of their 4th year undergraduate term.
Once enrolled in the MEng program it is possible to change your program to the MESc program. In order to do this the following requirements must be met:
All requests must be made 6 weeks prior to the end of a term/beginning of a new term
1.) Find a supervisor willing to admit you to the MESc program and sponsor you within the program
2.) A candidate must acquire the minimum fundable average of 78% North American scale, which is calculated based on the students last 10 full credits and will take into consideration courses completed at Western.
3.) Contact your Graduate Program Coordinator. The MEng to MESc program change form must be completed and submitted to the department for approval.
4.) Important: the number of terms spent enrolled in the MEng program are counted towards the 6 terms of fundability in the MESc program. Ex. If you transfer to the MESc program after term 2 of the MEng degree you will have 4 terms of fundability remaining in your MESc.
It is possible to receive credit for courses taken during your MEng studies. The requirements to receive credit for courses are listed in the Program Change Regulations.
Both the ECE Transfer Request and the SGPS Transfer Request Forms must be completed and submitted to the Department. These forms are located on the ECE Forms page.
Graduate Students in the ECE Department are expected to meet and uphold Western University's standards of Academic Integrity.
For the complete policy and regulations see: http://www.uwo.ca/univsec/pdf/academic_policies/appeals/scholastic_discipline_grad.pdf