Graduate Courses

Summer 2024 Course Enrolment

MIE courses will open for enrolment on: Thursday, April 4, 2024 at 6:00 A.M.

  • All MIE graduate courses are open to all graduate students (MEng, MASc, and PhD)
  • Courses designated "research" are more narrowly focused, research oriented, and targeted to PhD and MASc students in those areas.
  • Non-MIE Students: Enrolment in Summer Term MIE courses with priority for MIE students will open April 17th, 2024 at 10:00 A.M. (space permitting).

Reading Courses

For all Reading Courses (MIE 2002H, 2003H, 2004, 2005H) the Reading and/or Research Course form (signed by the student and their supervisor) must be submitted to Reading courses are assigned a CR/NCR final grade.

MEng Projects (MIE888Y)

MEng students who would like to enroll in a MEng Project (MIE 8888Y) are required to complete the project request form.  The MIE8888Y project is assigned a letter grade. See MEng projects for more details.

APS courses can be found on the Emphasis in Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Innovation and Technology in Engineering (ELITE) website.  For more information ELITE courses, please contact

Graduate Courses in other Departments

To view other engineering courses, please refer to the links below.

If you have questions regarding engineering courses on this list, please contact the department grad administrator relevant to the courses.

U of T policy on Academic Appeals

To appeal  a course mark, course failure or other academic decisions

Appeals regarding departmental academic decisions are initiated within MIE. The exception to this are appeals related to Termination of Registration and Final Oral Examination failure which are appealed directly at the SGS level.

When possible, the Graduate Office will provide assistance to attempt to settle the appeal informally between the parties involved (e.g. student & instructor).

If the matter cannot be resolved informally, the first step in the appeals process is to send a notice of appeal to MIE's Graduate Department Academic Appeals Committee (GDAAC) Secretary.

The GDAAC is composed of 4 MIE faculty members and 1 student representative.  The committee will review the case and make a recommendation to the MIE Department Chair who then makes a decision.

The appeal can then subsequently be taken to the Graduate Academic Appeals Board (GAAB) of SGS, and then to the Academic Appeal Committee of the Governing Council of the University.

For more information, please visit:

SGS Website

SGS Calendar

UofT Grading Policy

or contact the 2023-2024 MIE GDAAC Committee c/o Prof. Tobin Filleter (

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