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Push the boundaries and make a difference in the world when you pursue your graduate studies at Lassonde. Our graduate faculty members are recognized worldwide for their commitment to research and education and they are here to help you succeed.
Whether you’re passionate about research or want to take your career to the next level, our graduate programs can help propel you to new heights.
With seven graduate programs spanning from civil engineering to computer science and earth & space science – you can explore your passions and define your future at Lassonde.
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Our graduate students are performing cutting-edge research across multiple disciplines.
As a school, we are committed to creating solutions to global problems, from tackling the spread of spread COVID-19 to addressing the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Our community of students, world-class researchers and industry partners are working together to build a better future for all and turn ideas into reality.
Lassonde Grad Student Conducts Full-Scale Test of Masonry Wall
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Geomatics Graduate Students Win Top Spots at the 2021 AOLS Poster Competition
Four Lassonde Geomatics graduate students placed in the top five at this year’s Graduate Stu…Read More about Geomatics Graduate Students Win Top Spots at the 2021 AOLS Poster Competition.
“Becoming an engineer is the professional epitome of responsibility meets innovation. The weight of societal expectation is omniscient, but I get to be creative in my problem solving and forge new ground-breaking (pardon the pun) solutions.
Everything is engineering – how can it not make a difference? There is always room for optimization, new designs and totally new solutions to the problems humankind faces. To me, ‘engineer’ and ‘problem solver’ are synonyms, and there will always be a need for us.”
– Josephine Morgenroth
MASc, P.Eng and PhD Candidate, Department of Civil Engineering