The Joint Institute courses are graduate courses, usually taught at the University of Ottawa. The list of these University of Ottawa courses and course outlines can be obtained from the Departments of Civil Engineering and Chemical Engineering at the University of Ottawa.

Civil Engineering

CIVE 5101 Introductory Elasticity
CIVE 5102 Advanced Elasticity
CIVE 5103 Finite Element Analysis I
CIVE 5104 Earthquake Engineering and Analysis
CIVE 5105 Finite Element Analysis II
CIVE 5106 Dynamics of Structures
CIVE 5107 Finite Elements in Field Problems
CIVE 5200 Masonry Behaviour and Design

CIVE 5203 Theory of Structural Stability
CIVE 5204 Advanced Steel Structures
CIVE 5205 Advanced Structural Analysis
CIVE 5206 Prestressed Concrete
CIVE 5208 Advanced Reinforced Concrete
CIVE 5209 Geotechnical Case Studies
CIVE 5300 Advanced Soil Mechanics
CIVE 5303 Pavements and Materials
CIVE 5304 Intercity Transportation
CIVE 5305 Traffic Engineering
CIVE 5306 Highway Materials
CIVE 5307 Urban Transportation
CIVE 5308 Highway Geometric Design
CIVE 5309 Transportation Supply
CIVE 5401 Transportation Economics
CIVE 5402 Transportation Terminals
CIVE 5403 Airport Planning
CIVE 5404 Introduction to Infrastructure Management
CIVE 5500 Earth Retaining Structures
CIVE 5501 Advanced Foundation Engineering
CIVE 5502 In-Situ Geotechnique
CIVE 5503 Numerical Methods in Geomechanics
CIVE 5504 Seepage Through Soils
CIVE 5505 Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering
CIVE 5507 Blast Load Effects on Structures
CIVE 5600 Project Management
CIVE 5601 Engineering, Statistics, and Probabilities
CIVE 5602  Advanced Computer Aided Design
CIVE 5605 Design of Steel Bridges
CIVE 5606 Design of Concrete Bridges
CIVE 5607 Introduction to Bridge Design
CIVE 5609 Fundamentals of Fire Safety Engineering
CIVE 5610 Fire Dynamics I
CIVE 5611 People in Fires
CIVE 5612 Fire Modeling
CIVE 5613 Fire Dynamics II
CIVE 5614 Design for Fire Resistance
CIVE 5615 Fire Behaviour of Materials
CIVE 5705–5709 Special Topics in Structures — see specific numbers below
CIVE 5705 Advanced Building Characterization, Conservation and Rehabilitation
–CIVE 5706 Material in Fire
CIVE 5707 Nonlinear Analysis of Advanced Structural Systems
–CIVE 5708 Applied Bayesian Stat Methods in Engineering
–CIVE 5709 Probability & Stochastic Processes
CIVE 5800–5804 (Special Topics in Geotechnique)
CIVE 5805–5809 (Special Topics in Transportation — see specific numbers)
CIVE 5805 Transportation and Aviation Security
CIVE 5806 Advanced Pavement Engineering and Management
CIVE 5807 Railway Transportation in the 21st Century
CIVE 5810 Wood Structures and Fire

Environmental Engineering

ENVE 5001 Biofilm Processes
ENVE 5003 Advanced Ultraviolet Processes
ENVE 5004 Advanced Wastewater Treatment
ENVE 5101 Air Pollution Control
ENVE 5102 Traffic-related Air Pollution
ENVE 5103 Air Quality Modelling
ENVE 5104 Indoor Environment Quality
ENVE 5105  Atmospheric Aerosols
ENVE 5106 Atmospheric Chemical Transport Modelling
ENVE 5201 Geo-Environmental Engineering
ENVE 5203 Hazardous and Radioactive Waste
ENVE 5204 Resource Industry Waste Management
ENVE 5205 Sludge Treatment and Disposal
ENVE 5301 Contaminant Hydrogeology
ENVE 5302 Case Studies in Hydrogeology
ENVE 5303 Multiphase Flow in Soils
ENVE 5401 Environmental Impacts of Major Projects
ENVE 5402 Finite Elements in Field Problems
ENVE 5701–5705 (Special Topics in Environmental Engineering — see specific numbers)
ENVE 5701 Environmental Fate of Organic Pollutants
ENVE 5704 Unit Operations of Water Treatment
ENVE 5705 Atmospheric Aerosols

Infrastructure Protection and International Security

IPIS 5101 Critical Infrastructure Protection: Issues and Strategies
IPIS 5102 Introduction to Infrastructure Management
IPIS 5103 Infrastructure Engineering Principles
IPIS 5104 Terrorism & International Security
IPIS 5301 Disarmament, Proliferation & Arms Control
IPIS 5302 International Security after the Cold War
IPIS 5303 Intelligence, Statecraft & International Affairs
IPIS 5304 Intelligence & National Security: Policies and Operations
IPIS 5305 National Security Policy & Law
IPIS 5320 Asset Protection & Security (AP&S) Risk Management
IPIS 5501 Transportation & Aviation Security
IPIS 5502 Infrastructure Assets Management
IPIS 5503 People in Fires
IPIS 5504 Fundamentals of Fire Safety
IPIS 5505 Geohazards, Natural Disasters and Security Provision
IPIS 5506 Public Health Safety
IPIS 5507 Blast Load Effects on Structures
IPIS 5520 G Engineering Primer for Policy
Courses With Specific Requirements
CIVE 5900 or ENVE 5900 (the Master’s project — requires continuous registration)
CIVE 5906 and CIVE 5907 or ENVE 5906 and ENVE 5907 (two directed studies per program — these courses require special permission; the form is available in 3452ME from the graduate administrator)
CIVE 5909 or ENVE 5909 (the Master’s thesis — requires continuous registration)
CIVE 6909 or ENVE 6909 (the Doctoral thesis — requires continuous registration)
ENVE 5800 or ENVE 7800 (Master’s and Ph.D. respectively. This is the course for the seminar series.  Civil Engineering students will also need to participate in the Civil Engineering Seminar series. You will learn the requirements at the orientation session at the beginning of the academic year. You must fulfill these requirements in order to graduate.)