RMC offers a full range of graduate degrees at the Master’s and Doctoral levels.

Graduate enrolment is open to both civilian and military students, who work, study, and research alongside each other in an integrated environment. A graduate degree at RMC is not a path to military enrolment; military students in the Master’s or Doctorate programs are all previously serving military officers, and just like at any other Canadian university, civilian students attending RMC do not join the military or have military duties.

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers a Doctorate program, a Master of Electrical, Computer, or Software Engineering, and a Master of Applied Science. All graduate degrees are fully accredited by the Ontario Council on Graduate Studies.

As a graduate student, you will have the opportunity to work in any area where we have an active program of research. These include:


Electrical Engineering
  • Information Theory: Coding and Neural Networks
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Error Correcting Codes
  • Digital Communications
  • Computer Communications
  • Radar Studies, Radio Wave Propagation, Antennas, Microwave Engineering, Electromagnetic Scattering and Simulation
  • Automatic Control Systems Analysis Design and Simulation
  • Instrumentation and Measurement Systems
  • Power Electronics and Control of Electric Drives
  • Target Tracking and Data Fusion
  • Optimal and Sub-optimal Control Systems
  • Robotics
  • Power System Analysis, Control and Automation
  • VLSI, Testability


Computer Engineering
  • High Speed Data Acquisition
  • Microcomputer Systems
  • Expert Systems
  • Digital Systems
  • Integrated Circuits Engineering and Design Automation
  • Computer Communications
  • Software Engineering
  • Real-Time Operating Systems
  • Computer Graphics
  • Programming Language
  • Robotics Language


Get in touch with the Graduate Studies department by filling out the form below.