Full-time Bachelor of Engineering 8660beng

Civil Engineering

Note: The September 2014 intake is now closed for new applications. The next intake will begin accepting applications on November 1, 2014 (or next business day).

Please check our list of programs that may have space available or access our program database for a complete list of BCIT programs.

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 the engineering student for professional practice. The curriculum focuses on developing strong skills in engineering science and design, communications, and management. Throughout the program, the students are given many opportunities to develop their critical thinking, problem solving and creative abilities. A Diploma in Civil Engineering credential is conferred after the first two years of academic study within this degree program and a Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering is conferred after academic year four.

The Program

The BEng in Civil Engineering is composed of four years of full-time academic study.

The first two years of the degree program present a broad, practical overview of the field of civil engineering. During the first two years, presentation of the course material is primarily delivered at a foundational level with engineering fundamentals stressed and reinforced across the curriculum. A strong understanding of practical and physical principles is fostered and promoted and an abundance of learning opportunities is provided to apply these fundamentals to the solution of real-world design scenarios that would be encountered by both technologists and engineers. Throughout the program, opportunities are presented to students to strengthen their graphical, written, and oral communication skills. A significant amount of time is directly related to hands-on training in material testing, surveying, manual and computer-aided drafting, and instruction in the use of engineering software tools. Successful completion of the first two years of the program allows students to exit with a nationally accredited diploma in Civil Engineering Technology.

The final two years of the degree program are academically rigorous, with thorough investigation of the theoretical foundations of civil engineering science and design topics. At the same time, the practical application of civil engineering knowledge is presented and applied through course assignments and project work. Additionally, the student is challenged to view the engineer's role from an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary perspective. The role of the engineer as a manager is also developed. In the final two years of the program, the student's educational experience is enriched through a series of liberal studies courses. To further develop engineering skills for professional practice, the degree concludes with the completion of a team-based capstone design project.

As an integral component of the degree program, all students must satisfy the Practical Work Experience requirement before graduation.

Students from BCIT's Department of Civil Engineering evaluate bending strength of masonry beams. Pictured here in the Structural Engineering Lab, Megan Chambers and Cole Ferguson test beams externally reinforced using glass and carbon "fibrewraps".  These tests were sponsored by the Masonry Institute of BC and ISIS Canada.

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Program Entry

Application processing

Applications accepted November 1st* to April 15th*

*or next business day

Entrance requirements

Competitive Entry: Two-step process

Preference will be given to applicants with:

  • Academic grades above the minimum
  • Requirements completed within the last five years
  • Additional post-secondary academic courses - ideally successful completion of at least one term of full-time (15 credits) post-secondary studies within the past two years.*

*Applicants with preferred entrance requirements are to submit transcripts and supporting documentation with their online application.

Step 1: Meet the following entrance requirements

  • High school graduation

  • English: two years of education in English in an English-speaking country with one of the following:
  • Chemistry 12 (73%)

  • Physics 12 (73%)

  • Math: one of the following:
    • Principles of Mathematics 12 (73%) or
    • Applications of Mathematics 12 (86%) or
    • Pre-Calculus 12 (73%)

Read more about how to meet BCIT’s entrance requirements

Step 2: Department assessment

All applications will be reviewed by the program area at the application deadline. Admission is competitive and will be offered to the most qualified applicants.

Recommended for success

You'll significantly improve your chances of success if you come prepared. Read the following and spend some time in honest self - assessment. You must be absolutely committed to put in long hours, work cooperatively with fellow students, and be willing to learn how to become a good student. Leaving all work until the last minute, not keeping up, not taking thorough notes, not asking questions, not managing your time, and not seeking help (which is readily available) all contribute to difficulties in completing the program.

Regarding preparation, only you can know if your basic communications, mathematics, and physics skills honestly reflect the prerequisites for acceptance. A check-list of minimum skills that you should have (from your prerequisites) includes the following:

  • You should be able to write a simple, clear, coherent paragraph that contains few or no grammatical or spelling errors.
  • You should be able to assemble a sequence of paragraphs to relate a coherent story.
  • You should be able to express yourself verbally so that you are easily understood.
  • You should be able to write or print clearly enough so that others can understand your work.
  • You should know the difference between a scalar and a vector quantity.
  • You should know the difference between mass and force.
  • You should know the relationship between distance, velocity, and acceleration and their respective units.
  • Given the appropriate conversion factor, you should know how to convert any quantity from one unit system to another.
  • You should have good spatial skills. (Can you visualize simple objects in three dimensions?)
  • You should know how to isolate an unknown variable in an algebraic expression using common algebraic manipulations for sums, differences, products, fractions, and exponents.
  • You should know how to solve two equations with two unknowns.
  • You should know fundamental theorems of Euclidian geometry.
  • You should know how to work with similar triangles and with radian measure.
  • You should know how to use trigonometric functions to solve for unknown angles and sides of a right-angled triangle.
  • You should know how to use the sine and cosine laws to solve for unknown angles and sides of a triangle that is not right-angled.
  • You should know how to determine areas and volumes of common geometric shapes.

Re-admission Requirements

Re-admission to Levels 2 to 8 is only available to returning BCIT Civil Engineering students. Non-BCIT applicants are not eligible for advanced placement. Students who have been removed from the program due to course failures, or who have withdrawn from the program of their own accord, must apply for re-admission and submit the Course-by-Course Self-Assessment form [PDF] when they are ready to re-enter full-time study (at least a 60% course load) into levels 2,3 or 4.

Students that have elected for an academic absence of more than 4 months after completing Year 2 and now wish to return to Year 3 must:

  1. Have received a Diploma in Civil Engineering from BCIT. Please note that advanced placement is not available to those who have obtained a Diploma at another educational institution.

  2. Have successfully completed CHEM 6020 and MATH 6010.

  3. Meet or exceed the Grading requirements identified on the Program web page.

  4. Satisfy the Practical Work Experience Requirement as described on the Program web page.

  5. Apply to "Civil Engineering, BEng, Levels 5-8" with accompanying fee.

  6. Download and complete the form Practical Work Experience Record [PDF] identifying that you have at least 300 hours of relevant work experience, confirmed by your employer. This form also requires you to provide a written description of your work responsibilities in a short letter report signed by you and by your employer. If you had more than one job or employer, complete a form and report for each. Forward the completed form(s) and report(s) to the appropriate address indicated at the bottom of the form.

If you have any questions about the process for returning to academic year 3 of the program, please contact Thomas Abbuhl, Civil Engineering Internship Coordinator at 604-451-6968.

Apply to program

The September 2014 intake is now closed for new applications. Applications for September 2015 will be accepted starting November 1, 2014 (or next business day).

You can check the status of your application online at any time using the Student Information System.

Scheduled intakes

September each year.

Technology entry

The Technology Entry (TE) program is a full-time, day school program which provides academic upgrading to students wishing to enrol in Computing, Engineering, Electronic and Health Sciences programs at BCIT.

The TE program provides courses in chemistry, communication, mathematics and physics that meet program prerequisites for selected programs at BCIT. The program also includes an introductory course in computer applications and a learning skills course. The program is supportive to those who require English-language training.

myCommunication

Within 3 weeks of applying to a program, you will be sent a letter in the mail confirming receipt of your application. The letter will identify your student number, BCIT e-mail address and instructions on how to login to your myBCIT account.

All official BCIT correspondence will be sent to your myBCIT account. Check myCommunication often during the application process and throughout your studies at BCIT.

You can expect to receive communication concerning the status of your application within 4 weeks.

Costs & Supplies

Tuition fees

Please see the Fees, Payments and Refunds section of the website for more information on full-time tuition fees.

Books and supplies

Level 1 & 2: $1800.00, Level 3 & 4: $1200.00, Level 5 & 6: $1200.00, Level 7 & 8: $1200.00
(general estimated cost, subject to change)

Financial assistance

Financial assistance may be available for this program. For more information, please contact Student Financial Aid and Awards.

Courses

Class hours

8:30 am to 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday

Program delivery

The Civil Engineering program matrix has been revised effective for the September 2014 Level 1 and Level 5 cohorts. The revised matrix is presented below. Students entering Levels 3 and 7 in September 2014 must refer to the former matrix [PDF].

Program matrix

Level 1 (15 weeks) Credits
  CIVL 1011 Introduction to Civil Engineering 3.0
  CIVL 1020 Statics 5.0
  CIVL 1024 Graphical Communication 1 2.0
  CIVL 1060 Applied Hydrology 4.0
  COMM 1142 Communication for Civil Engineering 1 3.0
  MATH 1422 Differential Calculus for Civil Engineering 5.0
  PHYS 1192 Physics for Civil Engineering 1 5.0
  SURV 1130 Surveying for Civil Engineering 1 3.0
 
Level 2 (20 weeks) Credits
  CIVL 2020 Mechanics of Materials 1 6.5
  CIVL 2024 Graphical Communication 2 2.5
  CIVL 2025 Applied Hydraulics 5.5
  CIVL 2026 Construction Materials 4.0
  COMM 2242 Communication for Civil Engineering 2 4.0
  MATH 2422 Integral Calculus for Civil Engineering 6.5
  PHYS 2192 Physics for Civil Engineering 2 6.5
  SURV 2230 Surveying for Civil Engineering 2 4.0
 
Level 3 (15 weeks) Credits
  CIVL 3011 Issues in Engineering 3.0
  CIVL 3020 Computer Applications 3.0
  CIVL 3033 Construction Management 1 4.0
  CIVL 3041 Soil Mechanics 3.0
  CIVL 3050 Road Design 4.0
  CIVL 3052 Municipal Engineering 1 4.0
  CIVL 3074 Structural Engineering 1 4.0
  COMM 3342 Communication for Civil Engineering 3 2.0
  MATH 3423 Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra for Civil Engineering 4.0
 
Level 4 (20 weeks) Credits
  CIVL 4033 Construction Management 2 5.5
  CIVL 4041 Geotechnical Analysis and Design 5.5
  CIVL 4052 Municipal Engineering 2 5.5
  CIVL 4074 Structural Engineering 2 6.0
  CIVL 4090 Industry Project 4.0
  COMM 4442 Communication for Civil Engineering 4 2.5
and
  CIVL 4024 Land Development Modeling* 4.0
  CIVL 4053 Traffic Engineering Fundamentals* 4.0
  or
  CHEM 6020 Chemistry for Civil Engineering* 4.0
  MATH 6010 Advanced Mathematics for Civil Engineering 1* 4.0

*Students intending to continue to Level 5 must successfully complete Levels 2, 3 and 4 with a 70% GPA (calculated using grades obtained in the first attempt of each course), take CHEM 6020 and MATH 6010 in lieu of CIVL 4024 and CIVL 4053 and complete a minimum of 300 hours of post-diploma Practical Work Experience.

 
Level 5 (15 weeks) Credits
  CIVL 7001 Engineering and Society 3.0
  CIVL 7021 Mechanics of Materials 2 4.0
  CIVL 7023 Engineering Dynamics 4.0
  CIVL 7060 Environmental Engineering 3.0
  CIVL 7070 Structural Analysis 4.0
  MATH 7010 Advanced Mathematics for Civil Engineering 2 4.0

Choose one of the following Liberal Studies electives:

  LIBS 7005 Technology, Invention and Power 3.0
  LIBS 7007    
 
Level 6 (15 weeks) Credits
  CIVL 7011 Uncertainty in Civil Engineering 3.0
  CIVL 7012 Computational Methods 4.0
  CIVL 7020 Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Science 4.0
  CIVL 7022 Structure and Properties of Materials 4.0
  CIVL 7040 Geotechnical Engineering 1 4.0
  CIVL 7092 Civil Engineering Design 4.0

Practical Work Experience (Accumulation of 700 total hours is required before entering Level 7)

 
Level 7 (15 weeks) Credits
  CIVL 7031 Construction Management 3 3.0
  CIVL 7050 Transportation Engineering 3.0
  CIVL 7062 Water Quality Engineering 4.0
  CIVL 7072 Design of Concrete and Masonry Structures 4.0
  CIVL 7089 Capstone Design Proposal 1.0
  MINE 7041 Geology 3.0

Choose one of the following technical electives:

  CIVL 7063 Water Resource Engineering 4.0
  CIVL 7073 Design of Steel Structures 4.0
 
Level 8 (15 weeks) Credits
  CIVL 7030 Civil Engineering Contracts and Law 3.0
  CIVL 7090 Capstone Design Project 6.0
  LIBS 7025 Selected Topics in Liberal Studies 3.0
  OPMT 7030 Engineering Economics 3.0

Choose two of the following technical electives (with at least one from CIVL 7061, 7075, or 7091):

  CIVL 7042 Geotechnical Engineering 2 4.0
  CIVL 7061 Storm Water Management 4.0
  CIVL 7074 Structural Analysis and Design 4.0
  CIVL 7075 Seismic Design 4.0
  CIVL 7091 Civil Engineering Applied Research Project 4.0
 
Total Credits: 230.5

Transfer credit

Do you have credits from another BC/Yukon post-secondary school? Do you want to know if they transfer to courses here at BCIT? Check out BCIT's Transfer Equivalency Database to find out.

Program Details

As a full - time student, you'll learn by being immersed into a structured, highly demanding environment. Course materials will be delivered using lectures, labs, and tutorials. We'll teach you theory in combination with its practical application, simulating an engineering office environment where possible. We'll set a high standard and expect you to rise to meet it. Here are the conditions you'll learn under...

 

  • The Civil Engineering program is a four year engineering program with an optional exit after academic year 2 with a Diploma. Eligible students may continue into academic years 3 and 4 which will lead to a Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering.
  • The first two years run from the beginning of September to the end of May and include:
    • a 15 week term from September through December,
    • a 1 week exam period in December,
    • a 1 week holiday break at the end of December,
    • a 10 week term from January to mid March,
    • a 1 week March break.  Some courses will start or stop at this break,
    • a 10 week term from March to the end of May,
    • a 1 week exam period at the end of May.
  • The final two academic years consist of two 15 week terms; one from September to December and another from January to the end of April.
  • The program is not organized on a semester intake system. The program course matrix is highly interrelated and structured, and all students take the same courses for the first three terms. If you don't pass all courses in the first four terms, an extra academic year is almost always required to makeup missed courses and successfully exit the program at the mid-way point with a Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology.
  • A typical term requires that you attend 30 hours per week of classroom, laboratory, and tutorial time. The majority of students put in at least another 15 to 25 hours per week studying and working on assignments and projects. Really successful students are more likely to put in an additional 30 to 40 hours per week.
  • You'll take either 8 or 9 separate courses each term for the first two years, and then we'll reduce it to 6 or 7 courses for the final two years. (Obviously, you'll quickly develop time-management skills as a survival mechanism.)
  • In total, then, over the first 2 years, you'll attend some 2100 hours of classroom time, and take 42 courses. The following two years will add on another 1100 hours of classroom time plus another 27 courses. Whew!

 

Program length

Four years of full-time academic study with a diploma exit after academic year 2.

Practical Work Experience Requirement

All students seeking to complete the BEng in Civil Engineering must satisfy the Practical Work Experience Requirement after obtaining a Diploma. The Practical Work Experience Requirement can be satisfied by completing a minimum of 700 hours of relevant work experience, with at least 300 of these hours completed before entering Level 5 and the remaining hours completed prior to entering Level 7. The summer periods between years 2 and 3 and years 3 and 4 provide sufficient time to meet these requirements.

Students returning to BCIT in the fall immediately following receipt of their Diploma must submit a completed Practical Work Experience form [PDF] and attachment prior to beginning Level 5 and again before Level 7.

A continuous work period of 12 to 15 months is considered optimum since these students will have the opportunity to use what they have learned and develop their skills in a real-world setting, and to clarify their academic and career goals before making elective decisions in years 3 and 4. Students considering an absence from academic studies longer than 27 months should keep in mind that BCIT policy requires students to complete their credential within 7 years of commencing year 1 studies.

Students returning after more than 4 months’ absence must apply for readmission to the program.

What is Practical Work Experience?

Refer to Clause 5.3 of the current ASTTBC Board of Examiners Policy [PDF]. It is expected that the first 300 hours of work experience will be mostly at Level 2, with some tasks at Level 1 and some at Level 3. Subsequent work experience should indicate a progression in these levels. Students should also note that APEGBC may accept up to a maximum of one year of pre-graduation experience towards the four years of engineering work experience required for registration as a Professional Engineer if it is supervised by a Canadian registered Professional Engineer and if it otherwise satisfies all of APEGBC's experience criteria.

Grading

For each course in Levels 1-4, students must obtain 50% before proceeding to the next course. For courses in Levels 5-8, students must obtain a 55% final grade in order to pass the course. At the program level, students must achieve a minimum 70% GPA across all Level 2, 3 and 4 courses under a full-time program load in order to be eligible for continuation into the third academic year of the degree. Students completing Levels 2, 3 and 4 in a mode other than full-time may also be considered for continuation into the third academic year if the minimum 70% GPA is obtained in their first attempt of all required Level 2, 3 and 4 courses.

Accreditation

The Civil Engineering program at BCIT leads sequentially to two credentials: a Diploma conferred after academic year two, and a Bachelor of Engineering conferred after academic year four.

The diploma in Civil Engineering Technology is nationally accredited by the Canadian Council of Engineering Technicians and Technologists (CTAB) and the Applied Technologists and Technicians of British Columbia (ASTTBC). Full-time students may apply for student membership in ASTTBC. Diploma holders are eligible for Graduate Technologist (ASTTBC) membership and may apply for registration as an Applied Science Technologist after completing a minimum of two years of relevant work experience.

The Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering is nationally accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB). Full-time students may apply for student membership with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC (APEGBC). Degree holders are eligible for Engineer-In-Training (EIT) membership with APEGBC.

Completion of an engineering degree and obtaining EIT enrolment with a provincial engineering licensing body are the first steps for all engineers towards achieving licensure as a Professional Engineer (PEng).Two steps remain: first, the Engineer-In-Training must complete a four-year internship under the supervision of a registered professional engineer to gain professional engineering work experience; and secondly, the PEng candidate must pass the professional practice exam. As a Professional Engineer, one has the license to practice engineering and a seal to stamp the designs and drawings one creates.

Program location

BCIT, Burnaby Campus

Continue your education

Degree Completion

Students exiting the program after academic year two with a Diploma may consider entering BCIT's Bachelor of Technology programs in Environmental Engineering Technology or Construction Management.

Degree graduates may pursue graduate studies in Civil Engineering, nationally or internationally. Entrance requirements typically specify a Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering with sufficiently high academic standing.

Graduating & Jobs

Job Opportunities

Civil engineers plan, design, develop and manage projects for the construction or repair of various structures and infrastructures. These include buildings, roads, airports, railways, rapid transit facilities, bridges, dams, ports and coastal installations, and systems related to highway and transportation services, water distribution and sanitation. Civil engineers may also specialize in foundation analysis, building and structural inspection, surveying and municipal planning. They are employed by engineering consulting companies, municipal and other levels of government, and in many other industries. They may also be self-employed.

Under the broad umbrella of civil engineering, they can specialize as: environmental engineers; municipal or public works engineers; construction or project engineers; highway, transportation or traffic engineers; water resource or hydraulic engineers; geotechnical engineers; bridge, building, or structural engineers.

Civil technologists are employed throughout the full spectrum of civil engineering related industries. Numerous career paths exist in consulting engineering, construction, public works and the technical sales sector. Starting positions include: consulting design technologists, municipal plan checkers, construction inspectors and supervisors, detailers, technical sales representatives, material testing technicians, surveyors and CAD operators. Many experienced civil technologists have attained senior positions in organizations or started their own businesses.

Graduate employment outcomes

The following link takes you to graduate outcome survey results containing mostly labour market results from the 2011-2013 BCIT Outcomes Surveys of 2010-2012 Graduates.
Note: The survey results will be displayed in a separate browser window. To view these results, you need to have the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed in your Web browser.

Faculty, Advisors & Staff

In addition to those listed below from the Department of Civil Engineering, you'll also benefit from the knowledge of BCIT Faculty from other departments on campus including Mathematics, Communications, Physics, Geomatics, Liberal Studies, Chemistry, Operations Management, and Business Administration.  Faculty office locations and phone numbers are available from the BCIT Directory.

Faculty

Michael Baumert, PhD, P.Eng., Lab Coordinator

Martin Bollo, MEng, P.Eng., Student Coordinator Years 3 & 4

Svetlana Brzev, PhD, P.Eng.

Colleen Chan,PhD, P.Eng.

Bryan Folz, DiplT, BSc, MASc, PhD, P.Eng.

Jacquie Gaudet, BASc, P.Eng., Program Head

Rishi Gupta, MASc, PhD, P.Eng. (On Leave- July 2015)

Chris Niwinski, BASc, MASc, P.Eng., Admissions Coordinator

Anna Ovanesova, PhD, P.Eng.

Habib Rahman, PhD, P.Eng(on leave- January 2015)

Paul Thurston, BASc, P.Eng. Student Coordinator Years 1 & 2

Renata Wood, BASc., P.Eng.

David Wong, BSc, P.Eng.

Non-teaching Faculty

Tom Abbühl, DiplT, AScT
Program Director - Centre for Infrastructure Management and Civil Engineering Work Experience

Ken Zeleschuk, DiplT, AScT, MBA
Coordinator - Civil Engineering Alternate Studies

 

Assistant Instructors

Corinne Dalgas, AScT (On Leave- Feb. 2015)

Ray Daxon, DiplT

Aiden Kiani, P.Eng.

Ken Zeleschuk, DiplT, AScT, MBA

 

Sessional Instructors

Sudip Talukdar, PhD.

Bishnu Pandey, PhD.

Hamid Maghzian, PhD.

Alexander Glock,Dr.-Ing., Visiting Professor Biberach, Germany

 

Staff

Kristin Maxom, BA, BRS
Administrative Assistant: Full-time Program

Pam Dade, BA
Program Assistant: Alternate Studies

Advisory committee

  • M. Jobke, P.Eng, Associated Engineering Ltd.
  • C. Braley, AScT, City of Coquitlam
  • J. Kupskay, P.Eng, Paragon Engineering Ltd., Chair
  • C. Longmuir, AScT, Fraser River Pile & Dredge
  • J. Miller, AScT, JJM Construction Ltd.
  • M. O'Keeffe, P.Eng, Glotman-Simpson Consulting Engineers
  • J. Pao, P.Eng, Bogdonov Pao Associates Ltd.
  • R. Schubak, P.Eng, BC Hydro
  • D. Tara, P.Eng, Thurber Engineering Ltd.
  • K. Terness, P.Eng. ISL Engineering and Land Services Ltd.
  • P. Archibald, P.Eng, Metro Vancouver

Contact Us


General inquiries (full-time program)

Alternate studies (part-time programs)

Inquiries about part-time studies (night-school) or distance ed:
  • Ken Zeleschuk, AScT
    Alternate Studies Coordinator     604-456-1066
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