Curriculum

The following tables summarize the curriculum for the Collaborative Masters in Applied Sustainability. M.A.Sc. students take four courses (CMAS 801 plus three electives) plus the seminar series (CMAS 897) plus a thesis (CMAS 899), nominally two years to complete. M.Eng. students take eight courses (CMAS 801 plus seven electives), one of which may be a project (CMAS 898), plus the seminar series (CMAS 897) , nominally one year to complete.

Table 1 - M.A.Sc. Thesis Masters

NumberTitle
CMAS 801 Topics in Applied Sustainability
1 elective from list A (excluding CMAS 898)
1 elective from list B
1 elective from list A (excluding CMAS 898), list B, list C or any eligible course in the Queen's Graduate Calendar, or relevant course offered at RMC, with appropriate permissions
CMAS 897 Applied Sustainability Seminar (pass/fail)
CMAS 899 Thesis
CMAS M.A.Sc. PROGRAM SHEET (To use fillable PDF, save file to your computer and open directly)

Table 2 - M.Eng. Coursework/Project Masters

NumberTitle
CMAS 801 Topics in Applied Sustainability
2 electives from List A (excluding CMAS 898)
1 elective from List B
4 electives From list A, list B, list C (no more than 2 from C), or any eligible course in the Graduate Calendar, or relevant course offered at RMC, with appropriate permissions (can include CMAS 898)
PLEASE NOTE: at least two electives must be taken from the home department
CMAS 897 Applied Sustainability Seminar (pass/fail)
CMAS M.Eng. PROGRAM SHEET (To use fillable PDF, save file to your computer and open directly)

List A - Graduate Courses offered by Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science

NumberTitleTermInstructor
CMAS 898 Master's Project (M.Eng. program) ALL with a supervisor from the student's home department
FALL
CHEE 827 System Optimization Fall Li, Xiang
ELEC 831 Power Electronics Fall Jain, Praveen
MECH 831 Convective Heat Transfer Fall Oosthuizen, Patrick
MECH 834 Solar Energy Conversion for Heating and Cooling Fall Harrison, Steve
MINE 836 Mineral Processing and the Environment Fall Kelebek, Sadan
MINE 862 Issues in Health, Safety and Environment Fall TBD
WINTER
CHEE 810 Fuel Cell Systems: Design and Analysis Winter Peppley, Brant
CIVL 857 River Engineering Winter da Silva, Ana
CIVL 880 Subsurface Contamination Winter Kueper, Bernard
CIVL 885 Chemistry of Natural Waters Winter Champagne, Pascale
CIVL 886 Biological Treatment Processes Winter Anderson, Bruce
CIVL 890 Water Network Analysis and Design Winter Filion, Yves
ELEC 837 High Power Electronics Winter Bakhshai, Alireza
ENSC 802 Global Environmental Problems: Issues in Sustainability Winter Brown, Stephen, Hird, Myra
GEOL 835 Environmental Impact of Mining Winter Jamieson, Heather
MECH 838 Civil Aviation and the Environment Winter Oosthuizen, Patrick
NOT OFFERED
CHEE 884 Bioremediation Not Offered Ramsay, Juliana
ELEC 830 Emerging Technologies in Power Grid Not Offered Bakhshai, Alireza
MECH 832 Combustion Dynamics Not Offered Ciccarelli, Gabriel
MECH 847 Energy & Society Not Offered Pharoah, Jon

List B - Graduate Courses offered by the School of Policy Studies & Non-Engineering Departments

NumberTitleTermInstructor
MPA 843 Trade and Public Policy Winter Wolfe, Bob
MPA 844 Canadian Economic Policy Fall Purchase, Bryne
MPA 847 Environmental Policy Summer Mabee, Warren
MPA 880 Canadian Foreign Policy Fall Martin, Barbra
MPA 887 Arctic and Northern Issues Summer Harrison, Peter
SURP 853 Environmental Services Winter Meligrana, John

List C - Undergraduate Courses Available

NumberTitleTermInstructor
COMM 408 Sustainability Strategies & Practices Fall Moore, Steven
ELEC 433 Energy and Power Systems Not Offered Bakhshai, Alireza
MDEP 437 Fuel Cell Technology Not Offered Pharoah, Jon
MECH 424 Sustainable Product Design Winter Jeswiet, Jack
MECH 430 Thermal Systems Design Fall Harrison, Steve
MECH 448 Compressible Fluid Flow Fall Oosthuizen, Patrick
MINE 422 Mining and Sustainability Not Offered TBD