The MEng Program is offered to students who have a Bachelor's Degree in chemical/biochemical engineering or other related disciplines or an equivalent degree from an accredited university in Canada or elsewhere. This provides an opportunity for qualified engineers to improve their theoretical and practical skills. The flexibility of the program enables students to be enrolled in courses directly related to their careers in different areas of chemical/biochemical engineering.
The MEng Program offers a course-based degree that may be a combination of course work and a project OR complete course work. The MEng program is one year (3 terms) in duration, and requires a clear plan for courses each term in order to ensure the program requirements have been met for graduation. Please reach out to the Graduate Coordinator at email@example.com for guidance in planning your courses.
Program Structure & Requirements:
MEng in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
- MEng in Environmental & Green Engineering
- MEng in Biomaterials & Biochemical Engineering
- MEng in Reactions & Process Systems Engineering
- MEng in Particle Technology & Fluidization Engineering
- MEng in Process Control & Safety
- MEng in Food Process Engineering
Note: MEng students interested in a communications course can take MME 9670 (a Professional Engineering course) in the Summer term and therefore CANNOT be enrolled in Advanced Engineering Commincations (CBE 9100).
MEng: Course Based
- 10 courses (up to 2 can be taken outside department with both programs' approval)
- MEng students are allowed to enrol in a maximum of 2 undergraduate courses with department approval
- Time to Complete: 3 Terms (1 year).
- Students can be admitted in Fall (September), Winter (January), or Summer (May), with the exception of Food Processing which are only admitted in Fall and Winter.
- Maximum course enrolment per term: 4 courses
MEng: Research Project
- 8 courses (up to 2 can be taken outside department with both programs' approval)
- MEng students are allowed to enrol in a maximum of 2 undergraduate courses with departmental approval
- 1 research project: supervised by a CBE faculty member
- Time to Complete: 3 Terms (1 year).
- Students can start in Fall (September), Winter (January), or Summer (May), with the exception of Food Processing which are only admitted in Fall and Winter
- Maximum Course Enrolment per term: 4 courses
- To be eligible students must complete the MEng Project Enrollment (CBE 9982) form and return the form signed by the student and faculty supervisor to the CBE Graduate Coordinator.
- MEng Project Evaluation & Requirements
- MEng Project Evaluation & Requirements (Part-Time Students)
MEng-GDip in Engineering Leadership and Innovation
Faculty of Engineering offers a Combined Master of Engineering (MEng) – Graduate Diploma (GDip) in Engineering Leadership and Innovation. It is a 4-term (16 months) program where students concurrently take courses in both MEng and GDip programs. Students registered in this option must complete the requirements for both MEng and GDip programs. Once completed, students receive MEng degree and Graduate Diploma.
Students registered in any technical field of the MEng program in the Faculty of Engineering could opt for this option as this option does not affect or alter the technical course requirements of a particular MEng technical field.
Students enrolled in the MEng program MUST register in every term from initial registration until all degree requirements are complete. If unable to register, the student may apply for a Leave of Absence.
Please note: approval of a Leave of Absence request is not guaranteed and subject to the approval of the CBE Graduate Chair and the School of Graduate and Postdcotoral Studies. Documentation supporting the request is required and must be submitted to the CBE Graduate Office. Please allow 4-6 weeks for your request to be processed.
All Graduate Students in CBE must maintain a cumulative average of at least 70% calculated each term over all courses taken for credit, with no grade less than 60%. In the case of failing grades given for scholastic offences, only the Vice-Provost (Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies) can withdraw a student.
Applying to Graduate
The University holds regular Convocation ceremonies in the Spring (June) and in the Fall (October) of each year and an In Absentia convocation in February. Degree completion, for purposes of Convocation, requires the following:
- Program's submission to the School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies of grades for all course requirements.
- Acceptance by the School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies of the final submission of the thesis (if applicable).
- Program's notification to the School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies indicating degree completion.
If you are in the final term of your program, you are required to apply to graduate via the Student Centre. Students' application for graduation may only occur during the term in which they intend to complete the requirements of their degree. Applications must be submitted prior to the end of that term to ensure eligibility. To apply, access the Student Centre. Select 'Apply for Graduation' within the My Academics section and follow the instructions to complete the process.
Information regarding the MEng project final report can be found here.
PLEASE NOTE:If you are changing your stream or area of specialization, please complete the Change of Status Form and submit to the department office in TEB 477.
Additional information about our graduate programs may be obtained from the
Faculty of Graduate Studies website.