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Post Graduate Diploma

The PGD (Postgraduate Diploma) is designed for students who have been away from university for some time and wish to broaden their knowledge at the graduate level in their area of professional interest. A Postgraduate Diploma consists of 30 credit units of study, at least 18 of which are normally required of a Master's candidate in the same level of specialization

 

Master of Engineering

The M.Eng. (Master's Degree without Thesis) is designed for students who wish to obtain advanced knowledge in a specialized field, but who do not need traditional research training. A Master's Degree without Thesis consists of 30 credit units of study, at least 18 of which are normally required of a Master's candidate in the same level of specialization and completion of an appropriate project report.

 

Master of Science

The M.Sc. (Master of Science) is designed for students who wish to obtain advanced knowledge in a specialized field and conduct a research project in that area. The Master of Science Degree consists of a minimum of 15 credit units of study which are graduate in character, successful completion of a research thesis and participation in seminars, colloquia and related activities.

 

Doctor of Philosophy

The Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy) is designed for students who wish to continue working at an advanced level in a specialized field and who have demonstrated an ability to work independently and have made an original contribution of significance to the advancement of knowledge in the area of specialization. The Doctor of Philosophy Degree requires a minimum of six credit units for courses which are graduate in character beyond the Master's requirement, successful completion of a research thesis and participation in seminars, colloquia and related activities.

 

GRADUATE RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIPS

 

We are looking for one motivated person interested in pursuing PhD study in Environmental Engineering or Biological Engineering at PhD level.  A Graduate Scholarship of $18,000 per annum is available.  The research project is study of livestock odour properties, community odour impact criteria and setback modeling. The successful candidates must first have a degree in engineering from an accredited institution. A minimum 75% average in the last two years of class work is required.  

For more information about the research, please contact Dr. Huiqing Guo  (huiqing.guo@usask.ca)  Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Saskatchewan, 57 Campus Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A9, Canada.