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Master of Applied Science (MASc) in Chemical Engineering - Water



¿Qué aprenderé?

Program information

Admit term(s)

  • Fall
  • Winter
  • Spring

Delivery mode

  • On-campus

Program type

  • Collaborative

  • Master's
  • Research

Registration option(s)

  • Full-time
  • Part-time

Study option(s)

  • Thesis

Degree requirements

Thesis option:

  • Graduate Academic Integrity Module (Graduate AIM)
  • Courses
    • Students must complete CHE 600 Engineering and Research Methods, Ethics, Practice, and Law (0.25 credit weight) and 4 graduate courses (0.50 unit weight per course) as follows:
      • CHE 601 Theory and Application of Transport Phenomena or CHE 602 Chemical Reactor Analysis
      • WATER 601 Integrated Water Management
      • WATER 602 Integrated Water Management Project
      • 1 graduate level CHE elective course
    • No more than 1 may be a 500 level course.
    • No more than 2 may be taught by supervisor(s).
    • No more than 1 may be a reading course.
    • This degree is offered through the Collaborative Water Program. This program, jointly offered by a range of departments across several academic faculties, promotes the development of interdisciplinary perspectives on water. Collaborative Water Program students complete their specialist training in their respective home departments, while working with colleagues from a variety of other departments in core interdisciplinary courses (WATER 601 and WATER 602).
    • The courses to be taken will be selected in consultation with the student's research supervisor. The normal full load is at least two 0.50 unit weight courses per term while concurrently maintaining acceptable progress in the research project.
    • Graduate courses offered by the Faculty of Engineering are numbered as 600 or 700 series courses and are assigned a unit weight of 0.50, which means that they are one-term courses as defined in the Graduate Studies Academic Calendar.
    • The Faculty of Engineering requires that no more than one half of the courses used for credit towards a graduate degree may be taught by a student’s supervisor(s). In the case of co-supervision in small research groups, it may be necessary to relax this rule: in such cases, the student's file must contain a statement of formal approval from the Chemical Engineering Department and endorsement from the Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Research of Engineering.
    • Only courses taken within five years prior to the completion of the MASc degree may be counted for credit towards a degree, unless a request for revalidation is granted.
    • Students must achieve a:
      • Minimum cumulative average of 70%.
      • Minimum grade of 65% in each course.
      • Note: Probationary students may have specific grade requirements, which will be specified in their admission letter.
    • Each student is responsible for monitoring their own academic records and must immediately notify the Graduate Coordinator of any inadequate grade or average.
  • Link(s) to courses
    • Chemical Engineering (CHE) courses
    • Water (WATER) courses
    • Graduate course search
  • Seminar Attendance
  • Graduate Studies Seminar
  • Collaborative Research Seminar I
  • Master’s Thesis

¿En cuál departamento estoy?

Faculty of Engineering

Opciones de estudio


Costos de estudio
Full-time tuition per term: $7,696.00; Full-time incidental fees per term (including HST): $804.34; Graduate co-operative programs: A fee in the amount of $745.00 per four-month work-term will be charged to students using the services of Co-operative Education. The given fees refers to the academic year 2022-2023 and subject to change it for upcoming intakes.
Aplicaciones hasta

Esperado October 2023

Fecha de inicio

8 Mayo 2023


Faculty of Engineering

Engineering 7 (E7), Room: 7302,


Ontario (ON),

N2L 3G1, Canada

Requerimiento de entrada

Para estudiantes de Estados Unidos

Applicants must have a 75% overall standing in the last two years, or equivalent, in a four-year Honours Bachelor's degree or equivalent is the minimum requirement for admission to a Master's program. Other English language requirements: Paper-Based  TOEFL(PBT): 580; MELAB - Michigan English Language Assessment Battery: 85,80 per section For co-op programs: speaking 3; CAEL - Canadian Academic English Language Assessment: 70, 60 per band, Writing 70,Speaking 70; PTE Academic - Pearson Test of English: 63, Writing 65, Speaking 65; EFAS - English for Academic Success: 75% overall in 400 level with 75% in each of academic, oral, and writing.

Para estudiantes internacionales

Minimum requirements

  • A 75% overall standing in the last two years, or equivalent, in a four-year Honours Bachelor's degree or equivalent.

Application materials

  • Résumé
  • Supplementary information form
  • Transcript(s)


  • Number of references: 2
  • Type of references: at least 1 academic.

English language proficiency

  • Internet-based TOEFL (iBT) - 80; writing 22; speaking 20; reading 20; listening 18
  • IELTS (Academic) - 6.5; writing 6.0; speaking 6.0
  • Cambridge English test (C1 Advanced or C2 Proficiency) - 176; minimum 169 in each area
  • CAEL - 60; 60 per band
  • PTE (Academic) - 60; writing 60; speaking 60
  • EFAS - 75% overall in level 300 with at least 75% in writing, oral and academic skills or 70% in level 400 with at least 70% in writing, oral and academic skills

Puede haber diferentes requisitos de IELTS en función del curso elegido.


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