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Concordia University, Montreal - 2016

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Admissions Information

Graduate Admission to the College of Engineering

BUILDING ENGINEERING: Ph.D. Building Engineering, M.A.Sc. Building Engineering, M.Eng. Building Engineering, Graduate Certificate in Building Engineering.
CIVIL ENGINEERING: Ph.D. Civil Engineering, M.A.Sc. Civil Engineering, M.Eng. Civil Engineering, Graduate Certificate in Environmental Engineering.
ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING: Ph.D. Electrical and Computer Engineering, M.A.Sc. Electrical and Computer Engineering, M.Eng. Electrical and Computer Engineering.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, M.A.Sc. Mechanical Engineering, M.Eng. Mechanical Engineering, M. Eng. Aerospace Engineering, Graduate Certificate in Mechanical Engineering, Graduate Certificate in Software Systems for Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. M.Eng. Industrial Engineering, M.A.Sc. Industrial Engineering, Ph.D. Industrial Engineering.
COMPUTER SCIENCE: Ph.D. Computer Science, M.Comp.Sc., M.Ap.Comp.Sc., M.Eng.Software Engineering, M.A.Sc. Software Engineering, Ph.D. Software Engineering, Graduate Diploma in Computer Science.
CIISE: Ph.D. Information & Systems Engineering, Quality Systems Engineering (M.Eng., M.A.Sc.), Information Systems Security Engineering (M.Eng.& M.A.Sc.), Graduate Cerificate in Service Engineering and Network Management.

Graduate Admission to an Engineering Department

Applications for admission from within Canada must be completed by June 1 for the fall term, October 1 for the winter term, and February 1 for the summer term. Applications from outside Canada must be completed by February 15 for the fall term, June 15 for the winter term, and October 15 for the summer term.

Entrance Requirements for Non-Resident Students

Applications from outside Canada must be completed by February 15 for the fall term, June 15 for the winter term, and October 15 for the summer term.

Residency Requirements

PH.D. - For candidates admitted with a master's degree, the minimum period of residence is two years of full-time study or the equivalent in part-time study. Part-time students may be required by the Faculty Graduate Studies Committee, upon the recommendation of the supervisory committee, to carry out a portion of their research on a full-time basis. Where a candidate has been admitted with a bachelor's degree, the minimum period of residence is 36 months of full-time study after completion of the bachelor's degree.
MASTER DEGREES. The minimum residency is three academic terms (one year) or the equivalent in part-time study.

Admissions Requirements for Transfer Students

Admission applications from transfer students will be looked at on their own merits. At both the Master and Ph.D. level students may be granted transfer credit for courses taken in approved graduate studies prior to their entry into their program. Transfers between the Master's programs (e.g. from the master's non-thesis option to the master's thesis option) are considered as option changes and all course grades from the original program will be transferred to the new option. A course submitted for transfer credit must be appropriate to the student's program of study at Concordia University.