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The Degree of MEng (Chemical and Materials Engineering) [Graduate] Errata


The Department offers MEng degrees in Chemical Engineering, Process Control, Materials Engineering, and Welding Engineering.

Program Requirements


For the Master of Engineering program, ★24 in courses, plus ENGG 600, plus an engineering project equivalent to ★3 must be completed. The courses are of the same type and calibre as those taken by the MSc and PhD candidates. Certain core course requirements apply. The project may be completed within a four to six week period following the regular Fall/Winter terms. Work on the project may be conducted within the University environment or outside in industry; however, approval and supervision will remain with the student's supervisor. Students interested in the MEng Degree in Welding Engineering should consult with the department for details. All MEng programs must be approved by the department. There is no language requirement for the MEng degree.

Length of Program


The time required to complete the MEng program will vary according to the individual candidate and whether the student is studying full-time or part time. An average of 12-18 months of full-time study is normally required. The maximum time permitted is six years