The Master of Engineering (MEng) Program is designed for engineers who want to enhance their career opportunities in as little as one year of full-time study. The program provides students with advanced professional training that is respected by employers and differentiates them in a crowded marketplace.
The MEng is a course-based degree consisting of 10 half-credit (H) courses, or 7 half-credit (H) courses plus an independent MEng Project. The program may be completed on a full-time, extended full-time or part-time basis. Courses may include those offered by this and other engineering departments, as well as by non-engineering departments.
- Requirements & Course Load
- MEng Project
- Satisfactory Progress
- Regulations & Processes
- Finishing Up
Students in the MEng program may choose to focus their studies by completing the requirements for any of the following emphases:
- Advanced Soft Materials
- Advanced Water Technologies
- Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Innovation and Technology in Engineering (ELITE)
- Engineering and Globalization (Global)
- Sustainable Energy
- Advanced Manufacturing
- Identity, Privacy, and Security
Collaborative Specializations (optional)
Students in the MEng program may choose to concurrently complete a collaborative specialization:
|Environment and Health|
|Genome Biology and Bioinformatics|
|Global Health (U of T Global Scholar)|
|Next-Generation Precision Medicine|
Students in a collaborative specialization must satisfy the requirements of that program in addition to their MEng requirements. Some courses may count simultaneously towards both a student’s MEng degree and a collaborative specialization. Careful course planning and consultation with the MEng advisor and the collaborative specialization advisor is recommended.
Combined Degree Program
Qualified students in their third year of the BSc program in Environmental Science at U of T Scarborough may apply for the combined Bachelor of Science/Master of Engineering program. This program is available on a full-time basis only.