Students may choose from chemical engineering courses, (see Course Descriptions for a description of each course) as well as the full-slate of engineering and science courses offered by other departments at the University of Toronto. Please refer to the Departmental Handbook, as well as the information and links below when selecting courses for your particular program:
Fundamental Courses (formerly Category A)
Provide broad-based exposure to theories, concepts and processes in the field of Chemical Engineering. The Department has a predefined list of courses that fall into this category, which can be viewed by clicking here.
Specialized Courses (formerly Category B)
Provide in-depth and focused study in particular areas of Chemical Engineering and other related fields of study. All courses are considered Specialized unless they appear on the Fundamental list above.
Presenting seminars provide the opportunity to develop presentation skills, particularly those used in conference presentations. Attending seminars expose students to new and emerging research and research areas relevant to Chemical Engineering.
Provide the opportunity to further develop particular technical skills or technical knowledge in a particular subject area.
Provide exposure to various broad-based or engineering-focused management concepts and theories. These courses are listed on the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering's Graduate Programs page. Select the ELITE, EPP and Global links under the MEng program for more information on these courses. The Rotman School of Management also offers non-technical courses. Please note that Rotman has entirely different course enrollment procedures and deadlines so contact them early regarding their courses.
Challenging undergraduate courses that, depending on your program, may be taken as part of your degree. Please check the course requirements for your program for more information.
Recent Courses Taken by Chemical Engineering Graduate Students
(by research cluster, with category and link to department offering the course)
Surface and Interface Engineering
Pulp and Paper
Chemical and Materials Process Engineering
Environmental Science and Engineering
Biomolecular and Biomedical Engineering
Departments Commonly Offering Courses Relevant to Graduate Students
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For a complete list of programs, please visit: http://www.gradschool.utoronto.ca/programs.htm