Electrical and Computer Engineering

Through graduate studies in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, you can play a vital role in future developments in such areas as microchip design, solar vehicles, robots, next generation internet, fibre optics, communications, power engineering, green energy, wireless networks, internet security, and thousands of other areas. Almost every aspect of modern life is impacted by electrical and computer engineering.

Research Areas

  • Biomedical and Intelligent Systems
  • Communications and Signal Processing
  • Computer and Software Engineering
  • Microelectronics, Electromagnetics and Photonics
  • Power Electronics

Program Structure

Master of Engineering (MEng)

The Master of Engineering (MEng) is a coursework based graduate program that provides a mixture of technical and professional skills to give students a distinct career advantage. The program is designed for students who are interested in learning advanced engineering skills in a specific area of specialization to enhance employment opportunities.

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department MEng degree has three different options: course based, course based with academic project, and course based with internship. Note: Internship Option is currently under review and is not being offered in 2020-2021.

Additional Information

Website: www.ece.queensu.ca

Program contact:
Debie Fraser, Graduate Program Assistant Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Queen’s University

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