The department offers undergraduate leading to the following degrees:

Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) in Civil Engineering
Carleton’s Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) degree program in Civil Engineering features courses in structural, geotechnical, and transportation engineering, with special opportunities to work on design projects in collaboration with industry, government, or research partners in Ottawa. An emphasis is placed on problem-solving skills, laboratory experience, and design and advanced computer methods for civil engineering.

Architectural Conservation and Sustainability is a joint initiative between our Department and the School of Architecture to educate our undergraduate students in the preservation and conservation of our heritage and historical infrastructure as well as in the design of energy efficient and environmentally friendly new infrastructure.

Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) in Environmental Engineering
Carleton University’s Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) in Environmental Engineering is one of only a few in Canada. Our program includes a modified common engineering core program, a group of courses specific to environmental engineering, additional courses in biology and chemistry, and other complementary courses from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.

A co-op program is available for all undergraduate programs and provides a unique combination of study and work experience terms ranging in length from 4 to 16 months.
(See the Co-op website for details on the Civil Engineering or Environmental Engineering Co-op programs)

Official university information on all programs is updated and maintained by http://admissions.carleton.ca in the following formats:

Click here for background information on Civil Engineering, Architectural Conservation and Sustainability or Environmental Engineering.