Technical Electives for CIV Students

Technical Electives allow students to gain a thorough understanding of a very specific topic of interest in Civil Engineering.  Students may wish to take a wide variety of Technical Electives from multiple research areas, and thus become well-versed in many areas of the discipline, or they may use the Technical Electives to pursue a deep understanding in one area.

  • Engineering Biology CHE353H1 
  • Terrestrial Energy Systems CIV300H1 
  • Reinforced Concrete II CIV416H1 
  • Construction Engineering CIV420H1 
  • Special Studies in Civil Engineering CIV477H1 
  • Individual Project CIV499H1 
  • Concrete Technology CIV514H1 
  • Introduction to Structural Dynamics CIV515H1 
  • Prestressed Concrete CIV517H1 
  • Structural Analysis II CIV519H1 
  • Rock Mechanics CIV521H1 
  • Transport Planning CIV531H1 
  • Groundwater Flow and Contamination CIV549H1 
  • Water Resources Engineering CIV550H1 
  • Engineering Rock Mechanics MIN429H1 
  • Integrated Mine Waste Engineering MIN511H1 
  • Cellular and Molecular Biology CHE354H1 
  • Environmental Impact and Risk Assessment CIV440H1 
  • Solid Mechanics II CIV510H1 
  • Public Transit Operations and Planning CIV516H1 
  • Behaviour and Design of Steel Structures CIV518H1 
  • Geotechnical Design CIV523H1 
  • Environmental Biotechnology CIV541H1 
  • Sustainable Buildings CIV576H1 
  • Infrastructure for Sustainable Cities CIV577H1 
  • Physiological Control Systems MIE331H1 
  • Mining Environmental Management MIN430H1 
  • Ventilation and Occupational Health MIN470H1 
  • Borehole Geophysics for Engineers and Geoscientists MIN540H1 

Please browse the Undergraduate Academic Calendar for the full list of available fourth year technical electives.