The department offers a 5-year Co-operative Bachelor of Engineering Program in Chemical Engineering, which is accredited by Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board.

The Co-op Program

The co-operative program is mandatory, and provides the graduating Chemical Engineers with 20 months of work experience that enhances their technical abilities, hones their communication skills, and puts them in an advantageous position to obtain permanent employment compared to the graduates from traditional programs. Job seeking skills and industry contact are made with the support of the Office of Cooperative Education.

How does this work?

TERM

YEAR 1

YEAR 2

YEAR 3

YEAR 4

YEAR 5

FALL

SEMESTER 1

SEMESTER 3

WORK TERM

SEMESTER

6

SEMESTER

7

WINTER

SEMESTER 2

SEMESTER 4

SEMESTER 5

WORK TERM

SEMESTER

8

SUMMER

FREE

WORK TERM

WORK TERM

WORK TERM

GRADUATION

The first two years of the program focus on basic sciences and include introductory courses in chemical engineering principles. The third and fourth years of the program give students the opportunity to study chemical engineering in depth, to learn computer applications computers, and to apply this knowledge to design situations. The fourth year allows the students to study specialized elective courses, and broaden their knowledge.

Have a look at the Ryerson Undergraduate Calendar and obtain a detailed description of chemical engineering courses in the calendar.

Admissions

At Ryerson, we take very special care of our first year students. For admissions information and a list of supports that we offer, please refer to the First-Year Engineering Office.

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