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ELEC 891 Seminar

ELEC 891  Seminar  Units: 0.00  

ECE graduate students must register in this non-credit course for the duration of their degree program. The student is given a Pass grade for this course upon attending a majority of seminars designated by ECE.

Offering Faculty: Fac of Engineering Appl Sci  

Electrical and Computer Engineering

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The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is housed in Walter Light Hall which provides over 5,400 square meters of modern research, teaching and classroom facilities. The building is linked to Goodwin Hall which houses the School of Computing. Additional space for undergraduate laboratories and research is located in Beamish-Munro Hall.

Electrical Engineering (ELEC)

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All courses except ELEC 898 , ELEC 899 and ELEC 999 are 3.0 credit units.  Not all courses are offered every year. 

Electrical and Computer Engineering - Master of Engineering

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The requirements for this M.Eng. program are 8 term length courses and the seminar course ELEC 891 Seminar . At least 4 term length courses must be taken from the Department in which the student is registered and are to be considered primary courses. A maximum of 2 term length 400 series courses may be taken provided that:

Electrical and Computer Engineering - Master of Applied Science

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This is a thesis/research based Master's program.  The minimum requirement are a research thesis, a seminar course, and 4 term-length graduate-level courses, of which two courses must be selected from graduate courses offered by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.  Of the remaining two courses, one course may be a senior 4th year undergraduate course provided that:

Electrical and Computer Engineering - Doctor of Philosophy

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During the first term, the Department in consultation with the student's supervisor(s) establish an Internal Thesis Committee consisting of the supervisor(s), an internal examiner, as well as a department representative.  At this time, an area of research is chosen.  The internal examiner should have expertise close to the candidate's general research area.  The requirements to be fulfilled include a minimum of 4 term-length graduate courses beyond the Master's degree, a two-part comprehensive examination, the seminar course ELEC 891 Seminar , satisfactory research progress and a thesis.  One of the graduate courses must be taken from outside the Department.  One of the graduate courses must be taken inside the Department.  The supervisor(s) and the Department must approve all program of study.   All Ph.D. candidates will take a comprehensive examination administered in two parts by the candidate's thesis committee.  Part I deals with the candidate's background in his/her chosen area of research.  Part II consists of the candidate's thesis proposal.  The Ph.D. Part I report must be submitted to the Department within 10 months of the start of the program, and the Ph.D. Part I Comprehensive Examination should be held no later than two months from the report submission date.  An external/internal examiner (outside ECE Department, within Queen's University) is added to the Internal Thesis Committee to form the Ph.D. Supervisory Committee for Part II.  The Ph.D. Part II report must be submitted to the Department within 22 months of the start of the program, and the Ph.D. Part II Comprehensive Examination should be held no later than two months from the report submission date.  After the successful completion of Part II, thesis research progress is reported by the candidate and reviewed by the Ph.D. Supervisory Committee annually.

Mechanical and Materials Engineering

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Nuclear Engineering (UN)

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...UN 861 Control, Instr. Elec. Systems UNENE Course...Queen's University. UN 891 Nuclear Materials UNENE...

Mechanical and Materials Engineering (MECH)

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...UN 861 Control, Instr. Elec. Systems UNENE Course...Queen's University. UN 891 Nuclear Materials UNENE...