- 10 half-credit (H) graduate-level courses* in total, including:
- Of the courses chosen above:
- No more than 3 can be 500-level courses
- No more than 4 can be non-technical courses
*All courses must be successfully completed (i.e., courses with a grade of FZ, WDR, or IPR do not count towards your MEng requirements)
**Must complete departmental Safety Training (CHE2222H) before starting the project
NEW: Check whether your MEng requirements are complete, or determine what else you need to take to complete your degree, with our MEng Program Completion Checklist.
Technical and Non-Technical Courses
Courses can be categorized as either technical or non-technical. All graduate-level CHE courses are technical (unless assessed as “Not for credit**” in the technical/non-technical course list). MEng students are welcome to attend Lectures at the Leading Edge (CHE3001H), but it cannot be taken for credit. CHE1102H is a course for MASc and PhD students only and cannot be counted as one of the courses in the MEng.
The table below shows the normal course loads and time limits for the MEng program:
|MEng Program||Program Length||Time Limit for Completion||Normal Course Load|
|Full-time||3 sessions||3 years||4 courses in Fall (3 technical, 1 non-technical)
4 courses in Winter (3 technical, 1 non-technical)
2 courses in Summer (2 non-technical)
|Extended full-time||6 sessions||3 years||6 courses/year (maximum 3/session)|
|Part-time||9 sessions||6 years||1-4 courses/year (maximum 2/session)|