Reasons to pursue an MEng at U of T Engineering
U of T Engineering earns the country’s top spot each year in every major international ranking and competes with the best schools in the world.
U of T is home to some of the finest engineers, entrepreneurs and industry experts anywhere. You’ll be learning from the best professors and students. Our faculty earn more than 20 per cent of major awards given to Canadian engineering professors.
Our location in downtown Toronto lets you join the most powerful, connected network of engineering professionals in the country. We’ll help build your understanding of the human challenges that mean the difference between success and failure in the worlds of manufacturing, healthcare, energy, IT, infrastructure and more.
Master of Engineering (MEng)
Tackling the industrial and societal challenges of the 21st century requires specialized technical knowledge. But to get ahead in today’s workplace, engineers also have to communicate, manage, innovate and understand the world. Coming up with creative solutions to pressing global problems requires a broader skill set than ever before.
An MEng from the University of Toronto can give you that edge. You’ll take advanced technical courses, and be able to choose from a variety of specializations that take you well beyond what you learned as an undergraduate. And we also offer a professional development curriculum you won’t get from any other school. We provide a depth and breadth of education that can take your career to its fullest potential.
The MEng is designed for engineers who want to enhance their career opportunities in as little as one year of full-time study. We’ll provide you with the opportunity to develop your technical specialization and broaden your professional skills, putting you ahead of the competition.
The curriculum of about 10 courses requires that you take at least six technical courses, and allows for up to four professional development courses. Complement your technical knowledge with courses on leadership, finance, entrepreneurship and innovation that will give you the breadth you need to round out your skill set.
Technical Specializations (optional):
Depending on your department, you can customize your degree by choosing a technical specialization, such as:
Other specializations include: Energy Studies | Financial Engineering | Healthcare Engineering | Information Engineering
Master of Engineering (MEng) in Biomedical Engineering
The new Master of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering program is an accelerated, one year full-time program with a focus on biomedical devices. Students in this program will have the opportunity to take on applied design challenges and meet the growing demands of this industry through a four-month internship.
Master of Engineering in
Cities Engineering and Management (MEng CEM)
The Department of Civil Engineering has created a new opportunity within the Master of Engineering Program to respond to the growing need for professionals with both technical expertise and a fundamental understanding of the complex and cross-disciplinary issues facing cities.
Apply through one of seven departments:
Civil Engineering (including Mineral Engineering and Engineering Geoscience)
If your primary language is not English and you graduated from a non-Canadian university where the language of instruction and examination was not English, you must demonstrate English-language proficiency.