The Department of Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering offers programs leading to the degrees of Master of Applied Science (MASc), Master of Engineering (MEng), Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or a Green Energy Graduate Diploma (GDip). Our programs are open to students who satisfy our admission requirements.
The Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering Department offers an opportunity for full-time graduate student to carry out research under the supervision of a Professor who is expert in the subject field. You can contact prospective supervisors using our online form. Students research a topic from a broad range of research areas. Almost all full-time thesis students are fully supported either from major scholarships such as NSERC and OGS, or from Research Assistantships funded by their faculty supervisors research grants.
NOTE: For all inquiry e-mails, please allow up to 48 business hours for a response from one of our graduate administrators. As well, please do not send multiple e-mails of the same request within this time frame.
Current and future students should provide their student number in every correspondence to ensure a timely response.
Professor and Associate Chair, Graduate Studies
Allison Walker (off on secondment until Oct. 1, 2019)
Graduate Administrator, MEng, GDip and Recruitment, Graduate Studies