Our research-intensive Master of Applied Science (MASc) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree programs will challenge and reward students looking for the best education available.
We offer a wide variety of courses in both fundamental and applied areas of chemical engineering, and have excellent computational and experimental facilities where students generally have both office and lab space to call their own. Research supervisors cover all costs of research. Please refer to the Research/Research Clusters section of our web site for further details of research areas available.
The Master of Engineering (MEng) Program provides students with advanced professional training in chemical engineering. In as little as one year of study, students can obtain a degree respected by employers that differentiates them in a crowded marketplace.
Students have the opportunity to complete a well-rounded program covering a variety of topics, or further their expertise in areas such as advanced water technology, energy, environmental engineering, health and safety management, as well as core chemical engineering concepts.
Students currently in the Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science) may apply for the combined BSc (Environmental Science)/MEng program.