The department offers courses of study and research leading to the Master's (both thesis and project and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering. We currently have approximately 170 full-time graduate students. The main research areas actively pursued by the members of the department are: biomedical engineering, CAD/optimization/simulation, communications, computer engineering, image processing and multimedia, microelectronics, microwaves, networks, photonics/optoelectronics, power engineering and signal processing.
Teaching Assistant Guide
- Graduate Student Day - Wed Sept 4, 2013 - the Centre for Leadership in Learning will host a morning of workshops designed to help new and returning students and TAs to develop the skills, strategies, and support systems they need to do their best work. Questions on Graduate Student Day should be directed to the CLL.
Still have questions about your studies here?
If you have questions that are not answered on the web, contact our Graduate Administrative Assistant, Cheryl Gies in ITB-A112.
For those who are not yet students of McMaster's ECE Graduate Studies programs, you can find admission information here