Section 71.50.2 Course Requirements (BEng in Civil Engineering)

Degree Requirements

 

The program in Civil Engineering consists of the Engineering Core, the Civil Engineering Core, and one of the options listed below. The normal length of the program is 119 credits.

 

BEng in Civil Engineering (119 credits)

Civil Engineering Core (73.50 credits)

 

 

BCEE 231 Structured Programming and Applications for Building and Civil Engineers (3.00)
BCEE 342 Structural Analysis I (3.00)
BCEE 343 Structural Analysis II (3.00)
BCEE 344 Structural Design of Steel and Wood Elements (3.00)
BCEE 345 Structural Design of Reinforced Concrete Elements (3.00)
BCEE 371 Surveying (3.00)
BCEE 432 Soil Mechanics (3.50)
BCEE 451 Construction Engineering (3.00)
CIVI 212 Civil Engineering Drawing and Introduction to Design (3.00)
CIVI 231 Geology for Civil Engineers (3.00)
CIVI 321 Engineering Materials (3.75)
CIVI 341 Civil Engineering Systems (3.00)
CIVI 361 Introduction to Environmental Engineering (3.50)
CIVI 372 Transportation Engineering (3.00)
CIVI 381 Hydraulics (3.50)
CIVI 390 Civil Engineering Design Project (3.50)
CIVI 490 Capstone Civil Engineering Design Project (4.00)
ENGR 242 Statics (3.00)
ENGR 243 Dynamics (3.00)
ENGR 244 Mechanics of Materials (3.75)
ENGR 251 Thermodynamics I (3.00)
ENGR 311 Transform Calculus and Partial Differential Equations (3.00)
ENGR 361 Fluid Mechanics I (3.00)

 

Note: BCEE 371 is a summer course to be taken before entering second year of BEng program.

Note: Students may replace CIVI 490 with ENGR 490 if they are interested in a multidisciplinary project that requires collaboration with students from other engineering departments. In order for students to register in ENGR 490, their projects must be approved by the Department and the Design Committee before the start of the fall term.

 

Option Course Requirements: BEng in Civil Engineering

  Students must complete a minimum of 15 credits from one of the following options: Option A – Civil Infrastructure, Option B – Environmental or Option C – Construction Engineering and Management (CEM). Option A is designed for students interested in careers in structural, geotechnical, and transportation engineering. Option B is tailored for students wishing to pursue careers in environmental engineering. Option C is designed for students interested in construction engineering and management.

 

Option A – Civil Infrastructure (15 credits)

15

credits chosen from:

 

BCEE 452 Fundamentals of Finite Element Analysis of Structures (3.00)
BCEE 455 Introduction to Structural Dynamics (3.00)
CIVI 435 Foundation Design (3.00)
CIVI 437 Advanced Geotechnical Engineering (3.00)
CIVI 453 Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures (3.50)
CIVI 454 Design of Steel Structures (3.50)
CIVI 471 Highway and Pavement Design (3.00)
CIVI 474 Transportation Planning and Design (3.00)
CIVI 498 Topics in Civil Engineering (3.00)
ENGR 411 Special Technical Report (1.00)
ENGR 412 Honours Research Project (3.00)

 

 

Note: Students may choose one of the following courses from Option B: CIVI 382, CIVI 464, CIVI 467, CIVI 469, CIVI 483, CIVI 484, or one of the following courses from Option C: BCEE 478, CIVI 440.

 

Option B – Environmental (15 credits)

15

credits chosen from:

 

CIVI 382 Water Resources Engineering (3.50)
CIVI 464 Environmental Impact Assessment (3.00)
CIVI 465 Water Pollution and Control (3.50)
CIVI 466 Engineering Aspects of Chemical and Biological Processes (3.00)
CIVI 467 Air Pollution and Emission Control (3.00)
CIVI 468 Waste Management (3.00)
CIVI 469 Geo‑Environmental Engineering (3.50)
CIVI 483 Hydrology (3.00)
CIVI 484 Hydraulic Engineering (3.50)
CIVI 498 Topics in Civil Engineering (3.00)
ENGR 411 Special Technical Report (1.00)
ENGR 412 Honours Research Project (3.00)

 

 

Note: Students may choose one of the following courses from Option A: CIVI 437 or CIVI 474, or one of the following courses from Option C: BCEE 478, or CIVI 440.

 

Option C – Construction Engineering and Management (CEM) (15 credits)

15

credits chosen from:

 

BCEE 464 Project Cost Estimating (3.00)
BCEE 465 Construction Planning and Control (3.00)
BCEE 466 Simulations and Design of Construction Operations (3.00)
BCEE 478 Project Management for Construction (3.00)
BCEE 491 Labour and Industrial Relations in Construction (3.00)
BCEE 492 Construction Processes (3.00)
BCEE 493 Legal Issues in Construction (3.00)
CIVI 440 Computer Applications in Civil Engineering Practice (3.00)
CIVI 498 Topics in Civil Engineering (3.00)
ENGR 411 Special Technical Report (1.00)
ENGR 412 Honours Research Project (3.00)

 

 

Note: Students may choose one of the following courses from Option A: CIVI 437 or CIVI 474 or one of the following courses from Option B: CIVI 382, CIVI 464, CIVI 467, CIVI 469, CIVI 483, or CIVI 484.

 

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