Master of Engineering (MEng) in Civil Engineering - Nuclear Engineering

The program information below is valid for the fall 2022 term (September 1, 2022 - December 31, 2022).

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  • Admit term(s) 
    • Fall
  • Delivery mode 
    • On-campus
  • Length of program 
    • 8 terms (32 months)
  • Program type 
    • Joint
    • Master's
    • Professional
  • Registration option(s) 
    • Part-time
  • Study option(s) 
  • Additional program information 
    • The University Network of Excellence in Nuclear Engineering (UNENE), created through the partnership of leading Ontario universities, namely, McMaster University, University of Waterloo, Western University, Queen's University, and University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT), a unique, innovative learning experience through a Master’s Degree Program in Nuclear Engineering Design with emphasis on nuclear power reactor technology. UNENE is an alliance of universities, nuclear power utilities, research and regulatory agencies for the support and development of nuclear education, research and development capability in Canadian universities. For more information refer to the UNENE website.

  • Minimum requirements 
    • An Honours Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) with a 75% standing.
    • Applicants must be currently working in the Nuclear industry.
  • Application materials 
    • Résumé
    • Supplementary information form
    • Transcript(s)
  • References 
    • Number of references:  2
    • Type of references: 

      academic or professional

  • English language proficiency (ELP) (if applicable)