Dalhousie is one of Canada's top research universities. As an undergraduate student in your upper years, you'll have a chance to participate in research projects and explore the department's research areas.

Chemical Engineering

Research opportunities leading to the Master’s and Doctorate degrees are offered in a wide range of topics within the Department as well as in conjunction with other departments and a number of research centres on the campus. Learn more about our Chemical Engineering research facilities.

Biological and Environmental Engineering

Research projects encompass both specific environmental concerns and the sustainable utilization of natural resources. Opportunities exist to participate in these research projects, which provide wider experience and, in which a specific component leads to a Master's or Doctorate degree. Learn more about our Biological and Environmental Engineering labs and equipment.

Food Science and Technology

The graduate degree programs share some facilities with the Canadian Institute of Fisheries Technology, a specialized resource centre for graduate education and research in food science and food process engineering with emphasis on seafoods. Learn more about Food Science and Technology research.