Master of Engineering
The MEng program consists of 10 one-semester courses, 6 of which have to be from the Department of Civil Engineering. The remaining 4 can be from outside of the Department, and two of these can be from outside of the Faculty of Applied Science of Engineering or outside of the University of Toronto. MEng students also have the option of doing a 1 or 2 term project, which counts toward your 6 Civil courses. APS courses, offered by the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, are counted as part of your 4 courses outside the Department.
For a listing of graduate courses offered by the department of Civil Engineering, please see the course descriptions and timetable here.
For a listing of courses offered by the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, please see the ELITE site here.
We offer three delivery options to suit your circumstances and goals.
- Full-time: One year – 10 courses over 3 terms
- Extended full-time: Two years – up to 6 courses per year over 4 to 6 terms
- Part-time: Three years – up to 4 courses per year (2 courses maximum per term) over a maximum of 6 years
Students enrolled in the MEng program have the flexibility to choose an optional departmental specialization. Specializations do not appear on the student transcript, but can add depth and focus to the student’s studies.
Departmental specializations include:
Sustainable Urban Systems
Transportation Engineering & Planning
Advanced Water Technologies
Students can also choose to complete these certificates:
Fees and Funding
Fees below are for the 2017-2018 year, which includes the Fall, Winter and Spring/Summer terms. They are subject to change. For full fees information including part-time, extended full time and non-degree studies, please see this site: http://www.fees.utoronto.ca/sessions/2017_2018/tuition_fees/fees/sgs.htm
Domestic full time Tuition: $14,170 + $1,520 incidental/student fees
International full time Tuition: $50,780 + $1,520 incidental/student fees + health insurance
The MEng professional graduate program is a self-funded program. Learn more about funding your degree.
January 2017 start: Apply by August 31 (International students) and October 1 (Domestic students).
September 2017 start: Apply by April 1 (International students) and June 1 (Domestic students)