Thesis in engineering

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Students then select from one of the following 3 options:
1. Project Option - Either a 3 or 6 credit Project may be selected with approval of the faculty advisor.
The remaining elective credits for a total of 30 credit hours will be selected with the approval of an advisor and the Graduate Study Committee.
Students are responsible for choosing the topic of their project.

2. Thesis Option - Students may choose to write a 6 credit hour thesis with approval of the faculty advisor.
Students will either defend their thesis on campus or will have to arrange for a teleconference defense.
The remaining elective credits for a total of 30 credit hours will be selected with the approval of an advisor and the Graduate Study Committee.

3. Coursework Option - A total of 33 credit hours are required for this option.
At least one 3 credit hour course must be completed at the 600 level with a grade of “B” or above.
The remaining elective credits will be selected with the approval of an advisor and the Graduate Study Committee.
SIE 530 is HIGHLY recommended as it is a prerequisite for the 600 level courses.

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    The applicant must be the graduate of a recognized university and hold a bachelor's degree or its equivalent, as determined by McGill, in Electrical, Computer, or Software Engineering or a closely related field. An applicant holding a degree in another field of engineering or science will be considered but a Qualifying year may be required to make up any deficiencies. The applicant must have a high academic achievement: a standing equivalent to a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of out of , or a GPA of out of for the last two full-time academic years or equivalent . Satisfaction of these general requirements does not guarantee admission. Admission to graduate studies is limited and acceptance is on a very competitive basis.

    Thesis in engineering

    thesis in engineering

    The applicant must be the graduate of a recognized university and hold a bachelor's degree or its equivalent, as determined by McGill, in Electrical, Computer, or Software Engineering or a closely related field. An applicant holding a degree in another field of engineering or science will be considered but a Qualifying year may be required to make up any deficiencies. The applicant must have a high academic achievement: a standing equivalent to a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of out of , or a GPA of out of for the last two full-time academic years or equivalent . Satisfaction of these general requirements does not guarantee admission. Admission to graduate studies is limited and acceptance is on a very competitive basis.

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