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Welcome to Chemical Engineering at the University of Waterloo. Our department is one of the largest of its kind in Canada, providing a broad range of educational and research opportunities.

We believe that a chemical engineering degree from the University of Waterloo provides an excellent starting point to launch a variety of rewarding careers. Chemical engineers are at the forefront of technology and their role in modern society is becoming increasingly important. We design, implement and supervise industrial processes where matter undergoes change. This could be in the pharmaceutical, pulp and paper, food or plastics industries for example - anywhere a transformation of matter occurs. Chemical engineers also play a major role in the emerging field of nanotechnology, with applications in the development of new materials and devices. They develop new processes to prevent pollutants from being released into our environment or to remove them after they are already there. They decrease our energy use by increasing the efficiency in fossil fuel refining plants, or by experimenting with new forms of energy generation and storage. Increasingly chemical engineers are becoming involved in the control, manipulation and production of biological systems as well; which have many important applications in the area of health care and food production.

Degree requirements

Thesis option:

Graduate Academic Integrity Module (Graduate AIM)

Courses

Students with a Chemical Engineering background must complete 5 graduate courses (0.50 unit weight per course). Within these courses:

At least 2 must be core CHE courses, as listed below.

2 must be core WATER courses, WATER 601 and WATER 602.

No more than 1 may be a 500 level or held with course.

No more than 2 may be taught by supervisor(s).

No more than 1 may be a reading or seminar course.

Students with a Non-Chemical Engineering background must complete 5 graduate courses (0.50 unit weight per course). Within these courses:

At least 3 must be core CHE courses, as listed below.

2 must be core WATER courses, WATER 601 and WATER 602.

No more than 1 may be a 500 level or held with course.

No more than 2 may be taught by supervisor(s).

No more than 1 may be a reading or seminar course.

At least half of the courses for degree requirements must be Chemical Engineering graduate courses.

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).

Core Water courses:

WATER 601 Integrated Water Management

WATER 602 Integrated Water Management Project

Core CHE courses:

CHE 610 Transport Phenomena

CHE 612 Interfacial Phenomena

CHE 620 Applied Engineering Mathematics

CHE 622 Statistics in Engineering

CHE 630 Chemical Reactor Analysis

CHE 640 Principles of Polymer Science

CHE 660 Principles of Biochemical engineering

NANO 701 Fundamentals of Nanotechnology (two 0.25 credit NANO 701 modules )

NANO 702 Nanotechnology Tools (two 0.25 credit NANO 702 modules)

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Faculty of Engineering

Pilihan kuliah

Purna Waktu (2 tahun)

Biaya kuliah
CAD$20.514,00 (Rp 219.081.813) per tahun
CAN $6,838 per term
Tanggal mulai

Direncanakan Januari, Mei 2020

Tempat

Faculty of Engineering

Engineering 7 Building (E7), Room: 7302,

WATERLOO,

Ontario (ON),

N2L 3G1, Canada

Persyaratan masuk

Untuk mahasiswa dari Indonesia

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.

Untuk mahasiswa internasional

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

English language requirements:

Internet-based TOEFL (iBT) - 90; writing 25; speaking 25

IELTS (Academic) - 7.0; writing 6.5; speaking 6.5

MELAB - 85; 80 per section; speaking 3

CAEL - 70; 60 per band; 70 writing; 70 speaking

PTE (Academic) - 63; writing 65; speaking 65

EFAS - 75% overall in level 400 with at least 75% in writing, oral and academic skills