Graduate programs and Courses

Engineering Mathematics (MSc and PhD)

The department offers graduate studies in Engineering Mathematics with several specializations in partnership with other Engineering departments and the Faculty of Computer Science. Learn more about MSc and PhD programs in Engineering.

ENGM6050 - Numerical Methods for Engineers and Scientists

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Term: Winter
Discipline: All
Class size: 10 Students
Contact hours: 3 hours of lectures, 1 hour of tutorials

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Associate Professor
wendy-gentleman

ENGM6612 - Methods of Applied Mathematics I

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Term: Winter
Discipline: All
Class size: 10 Students
Contact hours: 3 hours of lectures, 1 hour of tutorials


ENGM6658 - Numerical Solution of Differential Equations

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Term: Fall
Discipline: All
Class size: 5 Students
Contact hours: 3 hours of lectures, 2 hours of tutorials

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Professor
guy-kember

ENGM6659 - Finite Element Solution of Linear Partial Differential Equations

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ENGM6671 - Applied Regression Analysis

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Term: Fall
Discipline: All
Class size: 20 Students
Contact hours: 3 hours of lectures, 2 hours of tutorials

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Professor
guy-kember

ENGM6675 - Risk Assessment and Management

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Term: Winter
Discipline: All
Class size: 10-15
Contact hours: 3 hours lecture, 2 hours tutorial

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Professor and Department Head
gordon-fenton

ENGM6680 - Ecosystems Modeling of Marine and Freshwater Environments

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Internetworking (MEng)

Are you interested in developing solutions to connect complex and challenging networks? Perhaps you're already a networking professional looking to increase the depth and breadth of your knowledge? Learn more about our MEng in Internetworking program.