CHEMICAL & BIOMOLECULAR ENGINEERING

Degree Requirements

MEPT is a professional degree program generated by industry demand. The program requires:


  • The completion of thirty credits, comprising six core courses, two relevant approved elective courses and a ten week internship
  • Students to maintain an overall grade point average of 3.0 or higher
  • A grade of B- or better in a core course requirement
  • A grade of B- or better in an elective requirement to remain eligible for Departmental funding
  • That no course used to meet degree requirements may be taken Pass/Fail

Upon successful completion of the program, the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering will confer the student with the degree: Master of Engineering in Particle Technology (EGME : PART-ME).

The program was designed to be completed in one year, however, other options are available with Program Director approval:

  • Part-time learning, with an anticipated program duration of two years
  • Distance learning
  • Transfer of up to 9 graduate course credits from another institution or program to fulfill MEPT relevant electives (credit transfers must also be approved by the Graduate Committee and University's Office of Graduate Studies)



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