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What will I learn?

The MASc program includes a foundational base of graduate courses followed by a research thesis. Many research projects involve industrial partnerships and networking opportunities, project management experience, and collaboration with leading experts.

The research conducted in the Department of Civil and Mineral Engineering is addressing the need for innovative solutions to society’s needs, from the deep underground to the world’s tallest structures. The dedicated students, staff, and professors are pursuing exciting research ranging from nanoscale investigations into water contamination and concrete properties, to the large-scale tests of structures under full-scale simulated earthquakes, to development of real-time mass transit models to solve urban congestion. Research is informed by extensive collaboration and interaction with industry and government partners. Facilities and breadth of research expertise are among the best in the world, offering great opportunities for involvement in ground-breaking research.

The Department of Civil and Mineral Engineering is organized into five interdisciplinary research themes: Cities & Infrastructure; Complex Systems; Energy & Environment; Mining & Subsurface Systems; and Transformative Technologies. These themes encompass the traditional civil engineering areas of Structural Engineering; Transportation Engineering; Environmental Engineering; Building Engineering and Construction Management; and Mining and Geomechanics.

Which department am I in?

Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering

Study options

Full Time (3 years)

Tuition fees
CAD$27,520.00 (US$ 21,540) per year
Start date

12 September 2022, 9 January 2023

Venue

University of Toronto

St. George Campus,

27 King's College Circle,

TORONTO,

Ontario (ON),

M5S 1A1, Canada

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Applicants must have an appropriate bachelor's degree, or its equivalent, with a final year average of at least mid-B from a recognized university. Other English Language Requirements: TOEFL Paper-based Test Overall Score: 580, TWE: 4; Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) score of 85, with no part score below 80; Cambridge English Proficiency/Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): 76 (with at least 22 in each component and 32 in the writing component).

For international students

A completed undergraduate degree equivalent to a four-year University of Toronto program with a minimum final-year grade point average (GPA) of a mid B (3.0 out of 4.0, or 75%). Required grades must be achieved in each of the final two years of undergraduate study. Competitive admission averages are typically near or above 80% (A–).

English Language Requirements:

International English Language Testing System (IELTS): Required score: 7.0 (Academic) with at least 6.5 for each component.
Internet-Based Test (TOEFL iBT) Including Writing and Speaking Sections: Overall score: 93; Writing: 22; Speaking: 22
Academic English Level 60: Required score: B
Canadian Academic English Language (CAEL) Online: Required score: 70 minimum total with at least 60 in each part.
The Certificate of Proficiency in English (COPE): Required score: 76 minimum total with at least 22 in each component and 32 in writing
Cambridge Assessment English: Required score: minimum 185 overall with at least 176 in each component.

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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