All graduate students must fulfill the coursework requirements below.
- MECH 9001 (MASc) and MECH 9002 (PhD/Direct PhD) are compulsory non-credit Courses that must be taken every term over the course of your MASc / PhD studies (Continuous enrolment).
- MECH 6000 Seminar Series is a compulsory non-credit course to be passed every term over the course of your full-time MASc / PhD studies (Continuous enrolment).
- An Annual Student Activity Form and a 10 Page Research Progress Report must be submitted before each seminar presentation day in the summer.
- For requirements regarding giving a talk, please refer to the course outline.
- ENG 6000 Engineering Ethics – This course is offered once per year, and graduate students are required to take this course once at the earliest applicable date over the course of their studies.
- MASc and PhD students must pass three (3) for-credit courses in their programs. Direct PhD students must pass five (5) for-credit courses in their program. The table below provides details on these coursework requirements.
- Registration in these courses is by submission of the course transaction form here.
|REQUIRED COURSES||MASC||PHD||DIRECT PHD|
|Core||A minimum of two (2)||A minimum of two (2)||A minimum of four (4)|
Reading or Outside ME courses
|Maximum one (1)||Maximum one (1)||Maximum one (1)|
The core, complementary, reading, or outside ME course can be replaced with one more core course.
- If you wish to transfer graduate courses from a different institution (for which you have not received a degree), please contact the Graduate Program Assistant.
|INSTRUCTOR||Summer 2023||WINTER 2023|
|Core Mechanical Engineering Graduate Courses are in bold||Core Mechanical Engineering Graduate Courses are in bold|
|Dr. Garrett Melenka||MECH 6000 – Graduate Seminar||MECH 6000 – Graduate Seminar|
|MECH 6900K – Directed Study: Other areas in Mechanical Engineering||–|
|Dr. Aleksander Czekanski||–||MECH 6301 – The Finite Element Method in Engineering Analysis|
|Dr. Marina Freire-Gormaly||–||MECH 6302 – Multidisciplinary System Design Optimization for Mechanical Engineers|
|Dr. Dan Zhang||–||MECH 6403 – Advanced Robotics and Automation|
|Dr. Reza Rizvi||–||MECH 6406 – Introduction to Polymers and Soft Matter|
|Dr. Nima Tabatabaei||–||MECH 6501 – Advanced Engineering Mathematics|
|Dr. Andrew Maxwell||–||MECH 6502 – Technology Commercialization|
|Dr. Aleksander Czekanski||–||MECH 6900B – Directed Study: Manufacturing|
|Dr. Pouya Rezai||–||MECH 6900J – Directed Study: Microfluidics and Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS)|
Offered courses in each year are listed here.
All students are expected to familiarize themselves with the following information:
- General information (http://calendars.registrar.yorku.ca/2013-2014/policies/index.htm)
- Senate policy on academic honesty and the academic integrity website (http://www.yorku.ca/secretariat/policies/document.php?document=69) and (http://www.yorku.ca/tutorial/academic_integrity/)
- Academic Integrity – http://lassonde.yorku.ca/academic-integrity
- Ethics review process for research involving human participants (http://www.yorku.ca/research/support/ethics/)
- Course requirement accommodation for students with disabilities, including physical, medical, systemic, learning and psychiatric disabilities (Student Accessibility Services | Student Accessibility Services | York University)
- Student conduct standards (http://www.yorku.ca/secretariat/policies/document.php?document=202)
- Religious observance accommodation (http://www.yorku.ca/secretariat/policies/document.php?document=99)
Additional resources related to add/drop courses, student life, academic resources, campus services, …etc. can be found at this link: http://www.yorku.ca/yorkweb/cs.htm