|School:||British Columbia Institute of Technology|
|Faculty:||School of Construction and the Environment|
|Field of Study:||Civil Engineering, General
|Description:||Civil engineering is a diverse, rewarding and challenging profession. Civil engineers and technologists team together to plan, design, construct and maintain road and rail transportation systems, port and airport facilities, bridges, tunnels, dams, and buildings of all types; water, gas and oil pipelines; energy-generating facilities, water, air and waste treatment plants, to name but a few of their activities in an ever-expanding field of endeavour. Civil engineers are, to a great extent, the designers, builders and custodians of society’s built environment as well as stewards of the natural environment.
The primary aim of BCIT’s Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) in Civil Engineering degree is to academically prepare engineering students for professional practice. The curriculum focuses on developing strong skills in engineering science and design, communications, and management and presents many opportunities to develop your critical thinking, problem solving and creative abilities. A Diploma in Civil Engineering credential is conferred after the first two years of academic study and, if you meet the continuation requirements, a Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering is conferred upon successful completion of academic year four.
|URL:||Civil Engineering at British Columbia Institute of Technology|
|Cost per year:*||
Cost shown is for the first year of study.
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Applicants must have: two years of education in English in an English-speaking country with one of the following: English 12 (73%) or 3.0 credits of post-secondary English, humanities or social sciences (73%) from a recognized institution; Chemistry 12 (73%); Physics 12 (73%); and Pre-Calculus 12 (73%).