Students entering the Environmental Engineering with International Development option must have completed the second-year curriculum of Civil Engineering with a minimum year-weighted average (YWA) of 75%.
Second Year Program
Applied Mathematics 2270A/B, Applied Mathematics 2277A/B, CEE 2202A/B, CEE 2217A/B, CEE 2219A/B, CEE 2220A/B, CEE 2221A/B, CEE 2224, Earth Sciences 2281A/B, Statistical Sciences 2141A/B, Writing 2130F/G (or the former ES 2211F/G).
*Note: A student may, with the permission of the Department Counsellor, substitute Statistical Sciences 2143A/B for Statistical Sciences 2141A/B.
Note: CEE 3324A/B (Surveying). This course is available each summer (15 days) and must be completed before a student may graduate from the Civil Engineering program.
Third Year Program
Fourth Year Program
Students who entered before September 2016 are required to take Business Administration 2299E.
*Selection of the non-technical elective must be approved by the Department Counsellor to satisfy the CEAB requirements of subject matter that deals with central issues, methodologies and thought processes of the humanities and social sciences. An approved list can be found on the Engineering website.
Technical Electives: Environmental Engineering with International Development Option
CEE 4401A/B, CEE 4405A/B, CEE 4418A/B, CEE 4424A/B, CEE 4427A/B, CEE 4428A/B, CEE 4429A/B, CEE 4463A/B, CEE 4476A/B, CEE 4479A/B, CEE 4440, CEE 4480A/B, CEE 4485A/B, Geography 2030A/B, Centre for Global Studies 2002F/G, the former Centre for Global Studies 3004A/B, the former Geography 2020A/B, the former Geography 2040A/B.
Some technical electives may not be offered in a given academic year.
It is recommended that students register for ES 3390 (Summer Community Development Placement) between their third and fourth years, although this is not a mandatory component of the program.