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Become immersed in a cross-disciplinary exploration of communications and multimedia, electric drives and energy systems, and computer systems as a graduate student in electrical and computer engineering. Our world-class faculty and graduate supervisors will support your education and research, putting you at the centre of the most advanced ideas and smart technologies that are shaping our interconnected and intelligent world. 

With a degree suited to each student’s individual interests and educational background, our program is the next step in realizing your professional goals and aspirations. Pursue a Master of Applied Science (MASc) or Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree to lead research in your field of study, or receive professional training in design and engineering practice through our Master of Engineering (MEng) program. Whichever path you follow, you will learn from top experts in your field of specialization and graduate prepared to make an impact on industry and the world around us.

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Student Experience

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In the Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science (FEAS), you belong to a community that is full of opportunities for growth, creativity, and networking with peers and professors. Connect with our thriving community by getting involved. View the full list of graduate student experience programming in FEAS.

Sandeep Kaler

“Research at Toronto Metropolitan University has placed me at the centre of interesting and engaging industry projects that make an impact. I want to make the world a better place, and graduate studies have helped me make that a reality.”

Sandeep Kaler,
Electrical Engineering BEng ’16, MASc ’19, PhD Candidate


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Other Graduate Programs

At the Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science, we offer 27 graduate degrees and diplomas across 11 different disciplines. With both professional and research-oriented degrees to choose from, there’s a program to accelerate any career path.