.alert-icon { Camosun College's Engineering Bridge program allows technology diploma graduates into third-year at UBC Engineering. display: inline; border: 1px solid #3894bc; You’ll study advanced topics that aren't typically found in technology programs. Tanveer graduated from the UBC Civil Engineering program with a minor in commerce. #block-calltoactionsurvey .col-xs-12 { program that is housed in the Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences (Faculty of Science), but is under the jurisdiction of the Dean of Applied Science, and administered by a Board of Study. In the third and fourth years, the program provides a thorough education and training in engineering fundamentals, engineering analysis and engineering design, largely through courses in Civil Engineering and Chemical and Biological Engineering at UBC. display: inline; The UNBC/UBC Environmental Engineering Program is an unique, four and a half year joint degree offered collaboratively between the University of Northern British Columbia and the University of British Columbia. UBC Engineering co-op is the largest co-op program in Western Canada and one of the most successful programs in the country. 2 Alternative Civil Technical Electives border: 1px solid #3894bc; vertical-align: middle; UBC’s Civil Engineering students are solidly schooled from the ground up—from soil mechanics and foundation engineering, to the design of structures, roads and transportation networks, river and flood management systems, construction management and law, environmental engineering (water and wastewater networks and treatment plants, air pollution, and waste management), and municipal … It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Dr. William Kaye Oldham. display:none; Check the UBC Student Service Centre to see the course availability. You’ll learn about the many subdisciplines that comprise civil engineering such as environmental, construction, geotechnical, hydrotechnical, materials, structural, transportation and urban engineering. Students automatically become members of the club upon entering Civil Engineering. @media only screen and (min-width: 980px) { Graduates from the Civil Engineering program at UBC who go on to practice as professional engineers are employed by small and large consulting engineering companies – some providing more specialized services and others more comprehensive services; engineering companies that provide large-scale infrastructure projects; crown corporations such as BC Hydro; and various levels of government – … Courses and lab work in topics such as soil mechanics and foundation design, construction management, design of steel, concrete and timber structures, as well as municipal infrastructure design, coastal engineering and environmental impact studies will inspire you to learn more. margin-left: 15px; } 3rd Year: CIVL 300 – Project & Construction Management: Core course in the Civil Engineering Program. Diploma graduates in civil engineering technology, mechanical engineering technology, or mining engineering technology are eligible for the third-year Civil, Mechanical, or Mining Engineering program, respectively. Civil and Geological engineering students will take CIVL 402 and Biomedical engineering students will take BMEG 455. CIVL 250 (3 cr): Engineering and Sustainable Development Implications of a finite biosphere and the complexities inherent in environmental decision-making. width:100%; ]]>*/, */. } The Civil Club is a student society for all Civil Engineering undergraduate students at the University of British Columbia (UBC). margin: 0px auto 20px auto; Then, if accepted, students will specialize in environmental engineering starting in their second year. /*-->