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Information to assist you in your studies:

Graduate courses:

500 series courses

Course numbers within the 500 series are considered to be undergraduate courses but are intended to form a transition from the undergraduate to the graduate program in certain subject areas. They serve two major functions:

  • To provide technical electives for the undergraduate for specialization in a particular area.
  • To provide background information for the graduate student when such is lacking.

For the MASc and MEng degree, as well as PhD directly admitted from BASc,  please ensure that you follow your degree requirements when choosing courses from this series. 500 series courses.

600 and 700 series courses (special topics courses)

The 600 series courses and 700 series courses are offered as announced by the Department of Chemical Engineering. Normally 3 hours of lectures per week for one term.

Tentative Schedule of Courses for 2017

Please note that the schedule is subject to change and will not be confirmed until posted in Schedule of Classes for Graduate Students

Employment at UWaterloo:

To receive the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding your employment history at the University of Waterloo, please complete employment (GRA or TA) confirmation requests through Human Resources Employment; and submit the form to Human Resources.

  • If you are being paid as a Teaching or Research Assistant or Research Studentship, please ensure that you have completed the necessary paperwork for the Human Resources Office (payroll). The following 3 documents must be completed and submitted prior to the payroll cut-off date if you are a new student.
  • The Centre for Career Action has made a presentation for students to show the services they offer.

Important Links:

Note: Confirmation of program of study/registration, degree completion/graduation, and/or other sources of funding such as GRS payments, scholarships and awards, must be ordered through the University Graduate Studies Office, Needles Hall Room 2072 by using the Enrollment Confirmation form