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Thunder Bay • Orillia

Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering) (TB)

Four Year program

First Year: Fall Term

 Lec

 Lab

Engineering 1110* - Engineering Drawing

 1

 3

Civil Engineering 1230 - Statics

 3

 1

Civil Engineering 1233 - Mechanics of Materials I

 3

 1

Civil Engineering 1235 - Surveying

 2

 1.5

English 1015 - Introduction to Academic Writing

 3

 0

Mathematics 1071+ - Vectors and Matrices

 3

 2

Mathematics 1210 - Calculus I

 3

 1

 

 18

 9.5

+Students who have completed Gr. 12U Calculus and Vectors with a minimum grade of 60% are not required to take Mathematics 1071.

 First Year: Winter Term

 Lec

 Lab

Civil Engineering 1111 - Dynamics I  3  1
Civil Engineering 1533 - Mechanics of Materials II  3  1.5
Civil Engineering 1630 - Theory of Structures  3  1
Civil Engineering 1635 - Fluid Mechanics  3  1.5
Civil Engineering 1733 - Civil Engineering Drawing  0  3
Computer Science 0411** - Elementary Computing  3  1
Mathematics 1230 - Calculus II  3  1
   18  10

 *Students who are judged to have adequate previous drawing background will be given the opportunity to obtain credit for this course by taking a special examination following registration.

**With the approval of the Department of Civil Engineering, Computer Science 0411 may be replaced by another high-level computer programming course.

 Second Year: Fall Term

 Lec

 Lab

Civil Engineering 2135 - Construction Practice

 3

 1.5

Civil Engineering 2138 - Highway Design

 3

 3

Civil Engineering 2011 - Steel and Reinforced  Concrete Design

3

1.5

Electrical Engineering 2151 - Electrical and Electronics Technology***

 3

 1.5

Engineering 3015** - Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

 4

 0

Mathematics 2050 - Applied Analysis

 3

 1

 

 19

 8.5

 Second Year: Winter Term

 Lec

 Lab

Civil Engineering 2431 - Water Supply and Waste Systems

 3

 1.5

Civil Engineering 2639 - Construction Materials

 2

 3

Civil Engineering 2012 - Soil Mechanics

3

3

Civil Engineering 2919 - Technology Project

 3

 0

Engineering 3014** - Engineering Chemistry

 4

 1

Mathematics 2070 - Applied Analysis II

 3

 1

 

 18

 9.5

**This course is also offered in the Summer Transition Program and is not required for the Engineering Technology Diploma.
***With the approval of the Department of Civil Engineering, Engineering 2151 may be replaced by a course with an equivalent basic science and engineering science content.

Note:
At this point, all students are required to apply to graduate with an Engineering Technology Diploma in Civil Engineering.

 Third Year: Fall Term

 Lec

 Lab

Civil Engineering 3056 - Mechanics of Solids

 3

 1

Civil Engineering 3150 - Principles of Soil Mechanics

 3

 1

Civil Engineering 3335 - Structural Analysis 3 1
Civil Engineering 3738 - Hydrology

 3

 1.5

Mathematics 4030 - Probability and Statistics

 3

 0

**One complementary studies elective course

 3

 0

 

 18

 4.5

 Third Year: Winter Term

 Lec

 Lab

Civil Engineering 3433 - Foundation Engineering

 3

 1

Civil Engineering 3435 - Steel Structures

 3

 0

Civil Engineering 3452 - Finite Element Methods

 3

 1

Geology 3015 - Introductory Geology for Engineers

 3

 1.5

Mathematics 3050 - Numerical Analysis and Computing

 3

 1

**One complementary studies elective course

 3

 0

 

 18

 4.5

 Fourth Year: Fall Term

 Lec

 Lab

Chemical Engineering 4032 - Materials Science

 3

 1.5

Civil Engineering 4052 - Open Channel Flow

 3

 1.5

Civil Engineering 4056 - Environmental Control

 3

 1.5

Civil Engineering 4135 - Reinforced Concrete Structures

 3

 0

Civil Engineering 4230 - Civil Engineering Analysis

 3

 0

One engineering elective course

 3

 0

**One complementary studies elective course

 3

 0

 

 21

 4.5

 Fourth Year: Winter Term

 Lec

 Lab

Engineering 3336 - Engineering Economics and Project Management

 4

 0

Engineering 4539 - Professional Practice and Law

 3

 0

Civil Engineering 4969 - Degree Project

 6

 0

Geology 4015 - Basic Scientific Methods in Geology

 3

 0

Two engineering elective courses

 6

 0

Sociology 2755 - Technology, Society and Indigenous Peoples in Canada*

 3

 0

 

 25

 0

* The Indigenous Content requirement is met by taking Sociology 2755, a Type E course. This course may be taken at any time in the 3rd or 4th year of the program.

**Complementary Studies electives must be selected from the approved list of courses in the academic year the course is completed.  Refer to the Faculty of Engineering website for the current list of approved courses.


CIVIL ENGINEERING ELECTIVE COURSES

Civil Engineering students will normally select their engineering elective courses from the following list. Not all elective courses in this list will be offered every year.

 

Civil Engineering 0112 - Computer-integrated Construction Management
Civil Engineering 0113 - Wind Engineering
Civil Engineering 0135 - Bridge Engineering
Civil Engineering 0233 - Structural Design Topics
Civil Engineering 0235 - Water Resources and Hydropower Development
Civil Engineering 0336 - Special Topics in Civil Engineering
Civil Engineering 0534 - Construction Engineering
Civil Engineering 0553 - Traffic Engineering
Civil Engineering 0572 - Modeling in Water Resources
Civil Engineering 0637 - Geotechnical Engineering Topics
Civil Engineering 0638 - Computer-Aided Structural Analysis and Design
Civil Engineering 0652 - Wood Structures Design
Civil Engineering 0510 - Rock Engineering

Note:
1. Students may interchange the position of complementary studies electives and engineering electives from one year to another in their program to accommodate course selection. Obtain advice from the Chair of the Civil Engineering Department.
2. See course descriptions for prerequisites.