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What will I learn?

Protect water resources. Design buildings, bridges and tunnels. Improve transportation and traffic flow. As a civil engineer, your expertise in urban and environmental planning lets you guide municipalities to create the structures and systems that have a positive impact on everyday community life. Choose to specialize in Civil Infrastructure, Environmental or Construction Engineering and Management. In our state-of-the-art labs designed for water management, soil mechanics or surveying, you will get practical experience with the tools and equipment you will use in the field. Through labs, lectures and projects, you’ll also: plan and execute the construction of complex facilities such as buildings, bridges, dams and tunnels; develop strategies to manage water resources, transportation and waste disposal; conduct environmental impact assessments and assist urban planners. Our program is accredited by the Engineers Canada and you’ll graduate eligible to become a registered professional engineer. After the successful completion of first-year core courses, students may choose to take one of three specialization options: civil infrastructure option; environmental option; construction engineering and management option. The Engineering Co-op program gives you the chance to complete paid work terms that last 12 to 16 weeks. As a Co-op student, you will work for engineering firms where you may: study the geometric and pavement design of roads; assess building equipment and systems; inspect various construction sites. Civil engineering alumni have established careers in the consulting engineering, construction, industrial or government sectors. Others move into research and development or teaching.

Which department am I in?

Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science

Study options

Full Time (Minimum of four years)

Tuition fees
Tuition fee: CAN $14,580 for 18 credits
Start date

Expected January, September 2022

Venue

Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science

1515 Street. Catherine W,

MONTREAL,

Quebec (QC),

H3G 2W1, Canada

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Other English language requirements: TOEFL (paper-based) score 577 or higher; MELAB min. score: 85, 3 on speaking test; CAEL min. score: 70; CAE min. score: A; CPE (advanced qualification for proficient users only) min. score: C.

For international students

Cegep Students: Required classes: CHEM 101 or 202-NYA; MATH-103 or 201-NYA, and 203 or 201-NYB, and 105 or 201-NYC; PHYS-101 or 203-NYA, and 201 or 203-NYB. Students with partial prerequisites are still welcome to apply and will be considered holistically. Course exemptions: All Cegep students with a minimum grade of 65 per cent are eligible for exemptions in Math and Physics. Students with a grade of less than 65 per cent in prerequisite courses may be asked to repeat those courses in addition to the program. Minimum cut-off averages: Quebec Cegep (CRC): Overall CRC: 24.000, with above average grades in mathematics and physics; Canadian High Schools: Overall: 80 per cent, with 80 per cent in math and physics; U.S. High Schools: Overall: B- / 2.70 GPA, with B- / 2.70 GPA in higher level mathematics and physics; University Transfers: Overall: 2.50/4.30 GPA, with B- average in each of mathematics and physics; International Bacc. (IB): A minimum total of 27 points, with a minimum of 4 points in each of mathematics and physics. Higher Level preferred but Standard Level acceptable; Bacc. Francais: Overall: 11/20 first attempt (12/20 second attempt) of Serie S (Sciences), with 11/20 in each of mathematics and physics/chemistry. English language requirements: Direct Admission: TOEFL (paper-based) score between 540 and 576. Conditional Admission: TOEFL (paper-based) score between 505 and 539; MELAB minimum score of 74, 2 on speaking tests; CAEL minimum score of 50; CAE minimum score of C; CPE (advanced qualification for proficient users only) minimum score of C.

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