Environmental Engineering MEng
Applicants to the MEng in Environmental Engineering must hold a bachelor's degree in engineering or the sciences (chemistry, biology, environmental sciences, geography, microbiology and urban studies) or equivalent with an above average standing. The Department will recommend on the acceptability of an applicant for admission to the program and may require the applicant to do specific remedial coursework to meet the program requirements. The specific courses will be identified in the admission letter on a case-by-case basis at the time of admission.
Students must complete 45 credits of 6000 or 7000 level courses. The courses must be selected as follows:
- A minimum of 20 credits chosen from the Course Group 1 in List B courses.
- CIVI 7901 Environmental Engineering Research Project (9 credits): The proposed topic for the project must be selected in consultation with a faculty supervisor. The Environmental Engineering Research project report will be evaluated by two faculty members from the Department.
- A minimum of 12 credits chosen from those Course Groups of List B other than the group chosen in (1) above. These groups of courses could include special program courses put on for or by a given industry in conjunction with the Gina Cody School.
- A maximum of 4 credits chosen from the Engineering Courses section, which include E72 (MBA courses).
List B: Course Groups in Environmental Engineering Program
Group 1 - Environmental Engineering and Water Resources:
Topic Areas: E33, E36, E37
Group 2 - Geotechnical and Transportation Engineering:
Topic Areas: E03, E34, E35
Group 3 - Structural Engineering:
Topic Areas: E06, E31, E32
Group 4 - Construction Engineering and Management:
Topic Areas: E21, E24