University of Toronto - St. George

Chemical Engineering

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Program Information

School:University of Toronto - St. George
Faculty:Applied Science and Engineering
Degree:Bachelor; Co-op
Field of Study:Chemical Engineering
Description:Chemical engineers combine their knowledge of chemistry, biology, math, and physics with engineering disciplines to solve practical problems and create new products and processes. Chemical engineering is central to addressing the key issues our society is facing: sustainability, health, and stewardship of the environment.

Your program will teach you to design, build, evaluate and improve products, systems, and processes. Innovative courses and laboratories that simulate industrial processes will enable you to put theory into practice. You’ll learn in a teaching facility called the Unit Operations Lab, which is filled with large-scale industrial equipment, including a two-storey distillation column and batch reactors that students operate. In Year Four, you’ll be part of a student team that will design an industrial processing plant from concept to implementation in just 10 weeks.
URL:Chemical Engineering at University of Toronto - St. George
Length:5 Year(s)
Cost per year:*
National: $15,010
International: $47,020
Careers:Chemical Engineers

Admission Requirements

Grade for Entrance Previous Year (%)*87 to 100

These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.

  •  Grade12 English 
  •  Grade12 Calculus 
  •  Grade12 Chemistry 
  •  Grade12 Physics 
  •  Grade12 Advanced Functions and Introductory Calculus 

One additional Grade 12 U or M course is required.

* The entrance grade may change from year to year. Please contact the school for further information.

* We make every attempt to provide accurate information on prerequisites, programs, and tuition. However, this information is subject to change without notice and we highly recommend that you contact the school to confirm important information before applying.

Modified on November 27, 2017