A research thesis of no more than 70 pages, which gives evidence of mastery of the topic, originality and creativity, and is written and defended in an acceptable manner. It is desirable that the work reported in the thesis be of such a nature and caliber that it can be published.
The thesis must be defended at a MASc Departmental Oral Examination.
MASc students must successfully complete:
- 1.5 full-course equivalents [FCE’s] (three graduate half courses) as follows:
- CHE1102H – Research Methods and Project Execution (0.5 FCE), typically completed in the second session of study.
- Two additional 0.5 FCE courses:
- CHE1100H – Fundamentals of Chemical Engineering (0.5 FCE) for those who do not have an Engineering background
- one (0.5 FCE) course must be taken in a secondary area of study
- a maximum of one (0.5) 500-level course (undergraduate course that may be taken for credit towards a graduate degree) can count towards the MASc
- CHE1430H, CHE1431H, CHE1432H, CHE1433H, CHE1434H, CHE1436H do not count towards MASc requirements
- CHE2222H – Safety Training Workshop, in the first session, prior to entering the lab
- CHE3001H – Seminar in Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, each Fall and Winter in Year 1 and Year 2
- JDE1000H – Ethics in Research, typically in the first year of study
Students enrolled in a full-time MASc program, should follow this timeline.