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Graduate Studies Calendar 2021-2022 Program Descriptions Engineering, Environmental ENEN
Engineering, Environmental ENEN
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Location: Engineering Building, Room ENB202
Program number: 403.220.2881
Email address:
Web page URL:

MEng Graduate Program Office
Location: Schulich School of Engineering Block C, Room 205
Phone number: 403.220.2001
Email address:

1. Degrees Offered

Master of Engineering (MEng) in Environmental Engineering, course-based

Students applying to this program must submit their applications directly to CEERE.

Environmental Engineering is also offered as an interdisciplinary specialization for the following degrees:

  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
  • Master of Science (MSc), thesis-based
  • Master of Engineering (MEng), thesis-based and course-based

For more information on these degrees, see Interdisciplinary Specializations.

2. Admission Requirements

In addition to the minimum requirements of the Faculty of Graduate Studies and the Schulich School of Engineering, the program requires:

  • A bachelor’s degree in engineering.

Applicants with non-engineering undergraduate degrees may be admitted on a case-by-case basis and are required to take additional prerequisite courses, as prescribed by CEERE. See Engineering Programs.

4. Advanced Credit

See Engineering Programs.

5. Program Requirements

All students will be required to complete 30 units as follows:

A. 9 units of Core Engineering Courses:

B. 9 units from:

*Students who are deemed not to have adequate environmental engineering background will be required to take Environmental Engineering 603. The decision will be made by CEERE as part of the admissions process.

C. 9 units from:

D. 3 units not already used from the Environmental Engineering courses listed in Groups B and C above.

Courses attempted but failed (with a grade of “C+” or lower) must be successfully repeated with a grade of at least a “B-“ in each course. Any course deficiency must be cleared at the next available opportunity.

6. Additional Requirements


7. Credit For Undergraduate Courses

Not applicable.

8. Time Limit

Students are expected to enrol in full-time studies and to complete the program according to the schedule and normally within one academic year. Maximum completion time is six years.

9. Supervisory Assignments

Not applicable.

10. Required Examinations


11. Research Proposal Requirements

Not applicable.

12. Financial Assistance
See Engineering Programs.