Considering a career in Civil Engineering? BCIT’s 4-year full-time Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering program provides a path whereby students can earn dual credentials—a Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology and a Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering. All students who successfully complete the first two years of the program receive a nationally-accredited Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology, while students who successfully complete years three and four also receive a nationally-accredited Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering. These credentials prepare the graduate for professional practise in this popular field as either a civil technologist or as a civil engineer, and also provide a path to further studies.
Civil Technology Part-time Studies programs and courses
BCIT’s Civil Technology Part-time Studies (PTS) programs and courses provide continuing education and professional development opportunities for individuals in various civil technology fields. Courses are offered during weekday evenings and are held in classrooms or labs at BCIT’s Burnaby Campus. In addition, there are a limited number of paper-based Distance Education (DE) courses available.
You can take just one or two PTS courses or complete a Part-time Associate Certificate or the Part-time Certificate. Please note that PTS courses do not lead to a Diploma or Degree nor confer advanced placement in the full-time Civil Engineering program. If you already have a Civil Engineering degree or diploma, download our information sheet Resources for Internationally-trained Professionals [PDF, 70 KB].
For single courses, perform a search for courses in the subjects that interest you by entering keywords in the subject area and selecting “course” or download the Part-time Studies flyer. DE courses may be found by entering “TSYH” (without quotes) in the “find part-time courses” search field.
For your benefit we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help in your decision whether Civil Technology PTS programs and courses might work for you.