Master Degree in Transportation Engineering in Canada

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Transportation Engineering

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

Ports, railroads and highways are all products of the skills that may be learned through an education in transportation engineering. Students who complete courses in this field may have the chance to join several excellent careers, such as airport engineer, highway engineer and railroad engineer.

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Master of Engineering (Automotive)

University of Windsor
Campus Full time 16 months September 2017 Canada Windsor

The course based Master of Engineering - Mechanical Engineering (Automotive Option) will prepare graduates for leadership positions within the automotive and manufacturing industries. [+]

Best Masters in Transportation Engineering in Canada 2017. Program Overview The course based Master of Engineering - Mechanical Engineering (Automotive Option) will prepare graduates for leadership positions within the automotive and manufacturing industries. You will study and live in Canada for approximately 16 consecutive months and take a variety of topics through eight prescribed courses. These courses are selected by academic administration and will vary from year to year. The goal of the program is to provide you with the opportunity to extend your understanding of automotive engineering principles, with an emphasis on operation, design, materials and manufacturing along with some aspects of business and management. At the University of Windsor, you will be interacting with world-class faculty conducting cutting-edge research in the automotive area. They will be your mentors as you prepare yourself for the careers of the future. You will combine what you learn in the classroom with practical application so that you are ready for the world of opportunities that will follow your university studies. Co-Op The MEng-Mechanical Engineering (Automotive Option) has an optional co-op portion. Co-op is an opportunity for students to work in a automotive related company during one semester of school. All students will apply for co-op, however it is a competitive program and we may not have a placement opportunity for all students. Course offerings The MEng-Mechanical Engineering (Automotive Option) consists of eight courses taught over four academic terms starting in September and January. Courses may include: Advanced Internal Combustion Engines Hybrid Powertrains Fundamentals of Clean Engine Technology Advanced Manufacturing Methods Vehicle Dynamics Automotive Sensor Systems Vehicle Thermal Management Automotive Applications for Noise, Vibration & Harshness Evaluation After-treatment & Internal Combustion Engine Modeling Paint & Industrial Coatings Vehicle Concept Development The courses are selected by academic administration and will vary from year to year depending on current market trends in the automotive industry and availability. For a complete list of possible courses see the Graduate Calendar. Prior to the start of the academic program, you may be required to attend six weeks of intensive English language training, (EAPP or ELIP). This program is designed to develop your English language skills in an academic environment and learn more about Canadian culture. Some students may be exempt from the English language course if they demonstrate exceptional English language skills and have exceeded the admission requirements. There will also be a mandatory Automotive Engineering Pre-graduate Preparation Program (PPP) prior to the start of your academic studies. Generally, this program in held in the last week of August with daily seminars to enhance your understanding of automotive related topics and to better prepare you for your academic workload ahead. (Additional fees for this program may apply.) [-]