Please e-mail queries about admissions to the Chair of the Graduate Admissions Committee.
viviane [dot] yargeau [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Viviane Yargeau)
Associate Professor and Graduate Admissions Committee Chair
All other queries should be directed to the Graduate Program Director or Graduate Secretary.
The Department of Chemical Engineering provides graduate programs at the Master's and Doctoral levels. A general description of these programs follows. For a more detail on the graduate program and degree requirements, please see our latest handbook located below.
GS Handbook_2013-2014 [.pdf]
The Department of Chemical Engineering at McGill University is committed to academic excellence, and only outstanding candidates are considered for entry into the graduate program. A comprehensive list of the entrance requirements can be found on the web pages of the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Office. The following essential criteria defined by the University must be met.
A BEng degree at McGill is well earned, respected worldwide, and can be completed in a relatively short time. This fully accredited Engineering program is recognized by professional engineering bodies. Completion of the BEng may take only 3 years of full-time study for students with an appropriate background. Students who need to make up for some basic science courses may take another semester (4 months). Many students take advantage of minor specialty programs, which could add one more semester.