Welcome to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering!
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers some of the most dynamic, innovative and cross-disciplinary undergraduate and graduate programs in Canada leading to Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral degrees in both Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering.
The Department also offers a B.Eng. in Architectural Conservation and Sustainability, which provides a unique, innovative focus on sustainable development and heritage conservation. With increased awareness of the importance of economic, social and environmental sustainability, expertise in sustainable green building design and heritage conservation is now in high demand. Skilled civil and environmental engineers apply their knowledge in sustainability to the design and retrofit of both new and existing buildings, considering areas such as life cycle costs, impacts of selected materials, and energy needs and consumption. They also bring their expertise to the burgeoning field of conservation, as more buildings receive various levels of heritage designation and are in need of repair and adaptation. The combination of conventional and new programs provides students with the opportunity to study within a first-class engineering faculty.
The Department has an intensive research enterprise including state-of-the-art research facilities including Earthquake and Multi-Hazard Test Facility for Built Infrastructure Protection and Resilience. The Department is also the home of the Jarislowsky Chair in Water and Health.
Civil and Environmental Engineering
1125 Colonel By Drive
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