Concordia University

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About the department

The Department of Building, Civil and Environmental Engineering (BCEE) is an academic unit within the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science of Concordia University. It was founded in 1997 with the merger of the Centre for Building Studies (est. in 1976) and the Department of Civil Engineering (est. in 1967). 

BCEE offers programs of study in Building Engineering, also known in the US as Architectural Engineering, and Civil Engineering which includes Environmental Engineering as an option and a major research area. The CEAB-accredited undergraduate programs lead to the B.Eng. degree while the graduate programs include the Graduate Certificates, the MEng, MASc and PhD degrees.

Concordia University is a large, urban university in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Read a brief overview of the University or consult job opportunities in our department.

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