You are now in the main content area

Courses

The below schedule reflects course planning for the 2023-2024 academic year for the Chemical Engineering graduate program. Please refer to the Calendar for full course descriptions.

This offering is subject to change. It is recommended students use the class search function in MyServiceHub for most current information on course offerings. You must refer to Significant Dates for important deadlines for enrolment and dropping courses.

Fall 2023

Course Professor Date/Time
CE8102: Seminars in Chemical Engineering^ Dr. Mehrab Mehrvar Thursday, 2pm - 5pm
CE8202: Advanced Process Control Dr. Ramdhane Dhib Wednesday, 3pm - 6pm
CE8210: Process & Engineering Optimization ^^ Dr. ChungHyuk Lee Tuesday, 3pm - 6pm
CE8304: Rheology Dr. Farhad Ein-Mozaffari Monday, 3pm - 6pm
CE8603: Advances in Biomaterials Dr. Yaser Dahman Friday, 2pm - 5pm
CE8100: Directed Studies in Chemical Engineering (MASc) Registration requires an approved  (PDF file) Course Approval Form
CE9100: Directed Studies in Chemical Engineering (PhD) Registration requires an approved  (PDF file) Course Approval Form

Winter 2024

Course Professor Date/Time
CE8102: Seminars in Chemical Engineering^ Dr. Mehrab Mehrvar Thursday, 2pm - 5pm
CE8140: Statistics for Engineering Dr. Thomas Duever Wednesday, 3pm - 6pm
CE8410: Electrochemical Engineering Dr. Hadis Zarrin Tuesday, 2pm - 5pm
CE8510: Plastics Technology^^ Dr. Farshid Sanjabi Monday, 3pm - 6pm
CE8710: Air Pollution and Control^^ Dr. Jiangning Wu Wednesday, 3pm - 6pm
CE8100: Directed Studies in Chemical Engineering (MASc) Registration requires an approved  (PDF file) Course Approval Form
CE9100: Directed Studies in Chemical Engineering (PhD) Registration requires an approved  (PDF file) Course Approval Form

Spring/Summer 2024

Course Professor Date/Time
CE8204: Advanced Modeling Techniques Dr. Simant Upreti TBD
CE8100: Directed Studies in Chemical Engineering (MASc) Registration requires an approved  (PDF file) Course Approval Form
CE9100: Directed Studies in Chemical Engineering (PhD) Registration requires an approved  (PDF file) Course Approval Form

Disclaimer: Above times/days are subject to change. Course space availability cannot be guaranteed upon registration.

Notes:

  1. ^CE8102: Seminars in Chemical Engineering, is a required course for PhD and MASc students in the Fall and Winter terms (it's not offered in Spring/Summer). MEng students are welcome to attend optionally. Seminars do not take place each week. Students will be notified whenever a seminar is scheduled. MASc students are required to give one presentation towards the end of his/her thesis. PhD students are required to give one presentation before his/her candidacy exam and one presentation towards the end of the dissertation.
  2. ^^CE8210, CE8510 & CE8710: There courses are Group II electives, which means they are not available for PhD students. MASc students can take a maximum of one Group II electives. MEng students can take a maximum of two Group II electives in total. 
  3. For any non-chemical engineering course registration, you must submit a completed and signed  (PDF file) Course Substitution Request Form (opens in new window)  to the Graduate Program Administrator as these registrations must be processed manually. Please check course availability and room location on MyServiceHub at my.Torontomu.ca (opens in new window) . Access the complete chemical engineering calendar here (opens in new window) . Depending on the program, registration permission must be granted by the hosting program’s program director and/or the course instructor.

Full Course Listing

Descriptions for each of the following courses, as well as a full program curriculum, can be found on Toronto Metropolitan University's Yeates School of Graduate Studies Chemical Engineering (opens in new window)  webpage.

  • CE8102 Seminars in Chemical Engineering

Group I*

  • CE8140 Statistics for Engineering
  • CE8201 Modelling & Simulation in Chemical Engineering
  • CE8202 Advanced Process Control
  • CE8203 Applied Optimal Control
  • CE8204 Advanced Modeling Techniques
  • CE8213 Advanced Numerical Methods
  • CE8301 Advanced Transport Phenomena
  • CE8303 Advanced Fluid Dynamics
  • CE8304 Rheology
  • CE8402 Applied Thermodynamics
  • CE8403 Advanced Reactor Engineering
  • CE8410 Electrochemical Engineering
  • CE8501 Polymer Science and Engineering
  • CE8603 Advances in Biomaterials
  • CE8604 Advances in Porous Materials
  • CE8605 Nanobiotechnology
  • CE8606 Advanced Topics in Tissue Engineering
  • CE8610 Artificial Intelligence in Chem Eng
  • CE8702 Design and Operations of Small Water Treatment Plants
  • CE8703 Advanced Water Treatment Technologies
  • CE8711  Environmental Nanotechnology
  • CE8100 Directed Studies in Chemical Engineering (MASc)
  • CE9100 Directed Studies in Chemical Engineering (PhD)

* Core courses that can be taken by graduate students only

 

Group II**

  • CE8210 Process & Engineering Optimization
  • CE8310 Fluidization Engineering
  • CE8331 Membrane Technology
  • CE8510 Plastic Technology
  • CE8710 Air Pollution and Control

**PhD students cannot take any Group II electives. MASc students can take a maximum of one Group II electives. MEng students can take a maximum of two Group II electives. These courses are cross-listed with undergraduate courses which means graduate and undergraduate students take the course together.