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Master of Engineering – Manufacturing Engineering (M. Eng. Manufacturing Engineering)

Course Based:
   Full-time: 3 terms
   Part-time: 8 terms
Course + Project:
   Full-time: 3 terms
   Part-time: 6 terms

24 units =
8 courses or
6 courses + project

Start: September and January (course based option only)

Application: Apply online

June 1 — International applicants
August 1 — Domestic applicants

Prior Degree: Engineering, science or technology

Tuition & Fees (Full-time 2017-18):
Canadian: $8,939.16 CAD
International: $21,558.78 CAD

TOEFL: Required for international students

Faculty Leads:
Dr. Mo Elbestawi
Dr. Vladimir Mahalec
Dr. Dan Centea
Dr. Eugene Ng

Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Engineering

Manufacturing in the Digital Age
For Technically-Oriented Graduate Students

The Manufacturing Engineering program is aimed at technology-oriented students seeking advanced technical education and training in smart manufacturing.

Smart Manufacturing

  • Enter Industry 4.0 — the new world of smart manufacturing
  • Develop technical competencies for the factory of the future
  • Program Areas:  Additive Manufacturing | Automotive | Advanced Manufacturing | Process Systems

Why You Should Enrol

  • Take the path to high paid employment
  • Make yourself industry ready
  • Build your professional network

What You Will Do

  • Learn by solving real problems in smart manufacturing
  • Make, test and refine prototypes in state of the art facilities
  • OPTIONAL: Complete a hands-on project with an industry partner

What You Will Learn

  • Fundamental theory and industrial practice in the design, operation and optimization of smart manufacturing systems
  • Big data analysis, modeling and statistical skills required to evaluate and improve complex processes
  • Technical capabilities specific to key dimensions of smart manufacturing, including integrated industrial networks (Internet of Things), robotics and automation, computer-assisted design, additive manufacturing, rapid prototyping, etc.
  • Sustainability practices used to improve performance and reduce environmental harm
  • Insights on the future of smart manufacturing enabled by artificial intelligence and machine learning

What You Will Take Away

  • Practical competencies that are durable and in demand
  • A network of professional contacts — local and global
  • Inspiration to be a lifelong learner in the rapidly evolving world of smart manufacturing


ACT NOW to Accelerate Your High-Tech Career in Smart Manufacturing!