The Civil and Environmental Engineering Department is dedicated to providing you with the information and support you need to succeed in your studies here at Carleton. Use this page to learn more about your undergraduate program, co-op opportunities, academic advising, accommodations, mental health and well-being resources and more!
Keeping your personal information up to date is important. Please ensure to update your personal information on Carleton Central on a regular basis.
The Undergraduate Calendar contains valuable information such as course lists, program requirements, important dates and deadlines and academic regulations. Visit the specific links below for information about your program:
Visit the First-Year Engineering Resources page for first-year advising, access to free virtual peer tutoring, course registration and other various resources dedicated to first-year students. Advising inquiries for all first-year B.Eng. students can be directed to ECORSupport@carleton.ca.
A special first-year summer internship may be available for students with a Canadian high school diploma based on their entry average and performance in the first year. Eligible students are given the opportunity to be placed in a university research lab or industry. This internship is not required for graduation and students do not need to apply. For more information, visit the First-Year Internship Program page.
For course information and registration for second-year students and higher, visit the Undergraduate Support page. Resources provided on this page include but are not limited to the following:
The accelerated pathway is a flexible and individualized plan of graduate study. Students in the final year of Bachelor of Engineering in Civil, Environmental, or Architectural Conservation and Sustainability Engineering with excellent academic records, and demonstrated an aptitude for graduate studies and research may qualify for this option. At this time, you can consider this option if you plan to pursue your master’s degree in Civil Engineering or Environmental Engineering. For more information, visit this page.
The Co-operative Education team at Carleton University provides ongoing assistance to our students and employers to ensure that recruitment needs are met with some of the brightest and talented candidates available. Students in the co-operative education program will extend their time at university in order to achieve the academic credit to graduate with the co-op option for their degree program. For more information on Carleton’s co-op program, please visit Co-op Education.
*Note: Override requests for all engineering courses can be submitted here. Override requests for all other Carleton courses can be submitted through Carleton Central.
Students are encouraged to connect with the Undergraduate Administrator, appropriate Program Advisor or Undergraduate Chair in the department. In addition, regularly review your audit to help you stay on track. You can learn how to read your audit using the Academic Advising Centre’s Academic Audit resources, Academic Audits and How to Read Your Audit.
Career Services offers job search support and resume writing. They can also help provide opportunities to gain work experience and develop skills that can increase your employability.
As a university, Carleton acknowledges the role it plays in the health and well-being of our students. We invite you to explore the various supports and services available at Carleton University that promote students' positive mental health and overall well-being by visiting our Mental Health and Wellness Support Services.
Students have access to a variety of services across campus such as study skills, support for learning or physical disabilities, awards and financial aid and many more. A full list of services is available through Campus Support Services.
Students with disabilities requiring academic accommodations must register with the Paul Menton Centre for Students with Disabilities (PMC) for a formal evaluation of disability-related needs. Registered PMC students are required to contact PMC every term to ensure that the letter of accommodation is received no later than two weeks before the date you require.
Special Students are those who have not been admitted to a degree program but who are taking courses to qualify for admission, to improve professional qualifications, for transfer credit, or for personal interest. To know more and to apply, please visit the Registrar's Office page.
Civil and Environmental Engineering
1125 Colonel By Drive
CEEINFO@CUNET.CARLETON.CAPhone: 613-520-2600 EXT. 5784Fax: 613-520-3951