Faculty of Engineering
|Description:||Civil Engineering encompasses the planning, design, construction, management and maintenance of infrastructure support systems for communities. The two formal options within Civil Engineering are Infrastructure and Materials, and Earth and Environmental. Dalhousie’s program includes studies in the following fields: structural (bridges, buildings and dams), environmental and water resources (water and wastewater treatment, groundwater contamination, flood forecasting, shore protection), geotechnical (foundations, soil assessment, landfill design, offshore exploration), and transportation (roadways, traffic control management, intelligent transportation systems).|
|Program options:||Bachelor of Engineering (BEng)
Accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) of the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers.
Civil Engineering provides two study stream options: Infrastructure and Materials, and Earth and Environmental.
Dalhousie's program includes studies in the following fields: structural, environmental and water resources, geotechnical and transportation.
|Length of program:||4-6 years (dependent upon participation in co-op/work term or concurrent degree program)
High School Courses
See Admissions Requirements for more information.