|Description:||At the master's level, programs are offered in the areas of machine dynamics and design, thermofluids, and automotive. Research undertaken as part of the master’s program is normally directed and supervised by a master’s committee. Whereas the student’s advisor provides day-to-day guidance and direction, the committee is responsible for the overall supervision to ensure that adequate progress is made. The master’s committee consists of three members.
The Master of Engineering Degree (M.Eng.) requirements consist of 10 graduate courses totaling 30 term hours. A minimum of 5 courses (equivalent to 15 credits) must be completed within the Mechanical Engineering graduate program, not less than 2 courses (equivalent to 6 credits) must be completed from other graduate engineering programs, and up to 3 courses (equivalent to 9 credits) may be selected from other graduate faculties from the University of Windsor. These courses are selected in conjunction with a graduate student advisor. Further information on the new degree can be obtained from the departmental office. For more information on this degree, please contact: Dr. R. Balachandar, Associate Dean of Engineering , Advanced and Professional Studies.