All graduate students must fulfil 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 MECH 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 read the following instruction:
– To apply for an OVGS at another institution, 1) complete the OVGS application form, 2) attach a copy of the course description, 3) provide a concise rationale for how the course(s) fit(s) your plan of study, 4) a letter of support from supervisor, and submit all these required documents to MECH Program Office no later than 30 business days before the start date of the term in which you wish to take an OVGS course.
– Upon receipt approval from MECH graduate executive committee, you may proceed to submit your OVGS application to FGS via the Outgoing OVGS submission form. For more information, please visit Graduate Students Exchange and Visiting Program, and contact the Graduate Program Assistant.
- To request to take a course in another graduate program at York, please obtain appropriate approvals and submit the form to the graduate program office.
Courses Offered in SU23 and FW23
Summer 2023 Registration begins March 15, 2023
Fall/Winter 2023-2024 Registration begins in June 2023
|INSTRUCTOR||Summer 2023||FALL 2023 (coming soon)|
|Core Mechanical Engineering Graduate Courses are in bold||Core Mechanical Engineering Graduate Courses are in bold|
|Dr. Hossam Sadek||ENG 6000 – Engineering Ethics|
|Dr. Garrett Melenka||MECH 6000 – Graduate Seminar||MECH 6000 – Graduate Seminar|
|Dr. Garrett Melenka||MECH 6505 – Advanced Optical Measurement Techniques for Engineering|
|Dr. Aleksander Czekanski||–|
|Dr. Marina Freire-Gormaly||–|
|Dr. Dan Zhang||–|
|Dr. Reza Rizvi||–|
|Dr. Nima Tabatabaei||–|
|Dr. Andrew Maxwell||–|
|Dr. Aleksander Czekanski||–|
|Dr. Pouya Rezai||–|
|Dr. Paul O’Brien||–|
|MECH 6900K – Directed Study: Other areas in Mechanical Engineering||MECH 6900K – Directed Study: Other areas in Mechanical Engineering|
Offered courses in each year are listed here.
All students are expected to familiarize themselves with the following information:
- 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
- Course requirement accommodation for students with disabilities, including physical, medical, systemic, learning and psychiatric disabilities (Student Accessibility Services | Student Accessibility Services | York University)
- Religious observance accommodation (http://www.yorku.ca/secretariat/policies/document.php?document=99)