Students in the MASc program normally must complete a thesis proposal within thirteen months of registration. The thesis proposal will consist of:
a short written document (a few pages);
a 15-20 minute presentation, followed by
an oral discussion.
The student’s supervisor and at least two other faculty members must read the document submitted and attend the thesis proposal presentation. The thesis proposal document must be distributed at least three days prior to the thesis proposal presentation.
A student’s supervisor may request a delay of the thesis proposal from the departmental Graduate Studies Committee, where circumstances warrant.
The supervisor and two additional faculty members form the examination committee for the thesis proposal. The examination committee will decide if the thesis proposal presents an appropriate MASc topic and approach. If the committee feels the thesis proposal is inadequate, additional work may be assigned to be reviewed by part or all of the committee, or the proposal can be presented again, normally within the next two months.
For more information about our graduate program, please contact the Chair of the ECE Graduate Studies Committee, Dr Sylvain P. Leblanc.
Any suggestions for updates or improvements to this page should be directed to Dr Sylvain P. Leblanc.
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