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Engineering Materials(MASc)

University of Windsor, Canada


Next enrollment cycle

January 2024

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First Year Course Fee

USD 7,493

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  • 2 Years
  • On Campus
  • Postgraduate
  • Degree
The MASc is a research-based program in which you complete four graduate level courses and a thesis.

You will need an advisor and will conduct research under your advisor’s supervision.

  • This program is designed to be completed in two years.
  • Scholarships and graduate assistantships are available by application.
  • Continuation of your education is possible with this degree.

Enrollment Cycles

  • January 2024
  • May 2024
  • September 2024

Program Specific Admission Requirements

  • Deadline for Fall:
  • M.A.Sc., Ph.D: April 1
  • MEng: Please review the MEng website for admission availablity

Deadline for Winter: 

  • M.A.Sc., Ph.D: August 1
  • MEng: Please review the MEng website for admission availablity

Deadline for Summer:

  • M.A.Sc., Ph.D: December 1
  • MEng: Please review the MEng website for admission availablity
  • 4 Year honours degree in a related field

Minimum TOEFL: 

  • M.A.Sc., Ph.D.: IBT-83
  • MEng: IBT-92
  • Minimum IELTS: 6.5
  • Minimum Pearson: 66


  • PhD, MASc and MEng graduate programs in Engineering Materials are administered by Mechanical,
  • Automotive and Materials Engineering upon the advice of its Graduate Studies Committee for Engineering Materials. Research is concentrated on the physical, mechanical, tribological, chemical and processing
    aspects of materials. The program hosts one NSERC/ Industrial Research Chair: i) Chair in Tribology of Lightweight Materials. Particular research topics include:
  • Material Design, Development: Aluminum alloys (wrought, cast, particulate, reinforced), structure refinement, nanocrystalline alloys, solidification and precipitation processing, metal hydrides for energy applications, ceramics and cementitious materials, metallic forms, materials for batteries and fuel cells, smart materials, computational materials science.
  • Material Processing: Surface coatings, surface modification technologies (PVD, CVD, thermal spraying) welding, machining, galvanizing and galvannealing of steels, steel fabrication, nanofabrication.
  • Mechanical Properties of Materials: Creep and fatigue behaviour, deformation mechanisms, computer simulation of deformation, corrosion, erosion, impact testing, crashworthiness evaluation.
  • Light Metals Casting Technology: Advanced foundry processes for lightweight castings for automotive engines; aluminum and magnesium alloys; new generation foundry materials, solidification modelling, die
    casting process control.
  • Spring 2021 Academic Calendar 136
  • Tribology (Wear) Research: Friction and wear of metal matrix composites, coatings for tribological applications, development of wear resistant materials for automotive applications, micromechanical
    modeling of tribological processes.
  • Program Type: Graduate
  • Major or Degree: Master of Engineering (MENG)
  • Course Load: Full Time
  • Fee Category: Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Term: Fall
  • Residence: Alumni Hall - Single in a 2 Bedroom Suite
  • Meal Plan: Full Meal Plan - moderate off campus flexibility.
  • Estimated Total $ 10285.61
  • Base Tuition $ 2795.35 Assessed each term

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