Fall 2012 – Summer 2013
Civil engineers have traditionally applied scientific and engineering knowledge to the task of providing the built environment, from its conception and planning to its design, construction, maintenance, and rehabilitation. Examples include buildings, bridges, roads, railways, dams, and facilities for water supply and treatment, and waste disposal. With the ageing and deterioration of an already vast infrastructure, its maintenance and rehabilitation has become an increasingly important role of the civil engineering profession. Also, with worldwide concern about the detrimental impact of human activities on the environment, civil engineers are now in the forefront of developing and providing the means for both prevention and remediation of many aspects of environmental pollution.
Students who wish to extend their knowledge in certain areas beyond the range that the program complementary courses allow can also take a minor. Minors are available in fields such as Arts, Economics, Management, Environmental Engineering, Construction Engineering and Management, and others. These require additional credits to be taken from a specified list of topics relating to the chosen field. Further information on the various minors may be found in Minor Programs. Details of how minors can be accommodated within the Civil Engineering program will be made available at the time of preregistration counselling.
Considerable freedom exists for students to influence the nature of the program of study which they follow in the Department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics. A variety of advanced complementary courses is offered in five main groupings: Environmental Engineering, Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, Water Resources and Hydraulic Engineering, Structural Engineering, and Transportation Engineering.
Guidance on the sequence in which required core courses should be taken is provided for students in the form of a sample program which covers the entire period of study. The technical complementary courses selected, usually in the last two terms of the program, will depend upon the student's interests. All students must meet with their adviser each term to confirm the courses for which they are registered.
Courses taken in Term 3 or later will depend on a student's interests and ability. Information and advice concerning different possibilities are made available in the Department prior to registration. All programs require the approval of a staff adviser. Programs for students transferring into the Department with advanced standing will be dependent upon the academic credit previously achieved, and such a program will be established only after consultation with a staff adviser.
|Philip J. Harris; B.Sc.(Manit.), M.Eng., Ph.D.(McG.), F.E.I.C., F.C.S.C.E., Eng.|
|M. Saeed Mirza; B.Eng.(Karachi), M.Eng., Ph.D.(McG.), F.A.C.I., F.E.I.C., F.C.S.C.E., Hon. F.I.E.P., Eng.|
|Stuart B. Savage; B.Eng.(McG.), M.S.Eng.(Cal. Tech.), Ph.D.(McG.), F.R.S.C.|
|Vincent H. Chu; B.S.Eng.(Taiwan), M.A.Sc.(Tor.), Ph.D.(MIT), Eng.|
|Denis Mitchell; B.A.Sc., M.A.Sc., Ph.D.(Tor.), F.A.C.I., F.C.A.E., F.C.S.C.E., Eng. (James McGill Professor)|
|Van-Thanh-Van Nguyen; B.M.E.(Vietnam), M.C.E.(A.I.T.), D.A.Sc.(Montr.), Eng.|
|James Nicell; B.A.Sc., M.A.Sc., Ph.D.(Windsor), P.Eng. (William Dawson Scholar)|
|A. Patrick S. Selvadurai; M.S.(Stan.), Ph.D., D.Sc.(Nott.), F.E.I.C., F.I.M.A., F.C.S.C.E., P.Eng. (William Scott Professor of Civil Engineering, James McGill Professor)|
|Suresh C. Shrivastava; B.Sc.(Eng.)(Vikram), M.C.E.(Delhi), Sc.D.(Col.), Eng.|
|Mohamed Abdel-Meguid; B.Sc.(Cairo, Azhar), M.Sc., Ph.D.(W. Ont.), P.Eng.|
|Luc E. Chouinard; B.Ing., M.Ing.(Montr.), B.C.L.(McG.), Sc.D.(MIT), Eng.|
|Susan J. Gaskin; B.Sc.(Qu.), Ph.D.(Cant.), P.Eng.; Graduate Program Director|
|Ronald Gehr; B.Sc.(Eng.)(Rand), M.A.Sc., Ph.D.(Tor.), P.Eng.|
|Subhasis Ghoshal; B.C.E.(Jad.), M.S.(Missouri), Ph.D.(Carn. Mell), P.Eng.; Associate Dean (William Dawson Scholar)|
|Ghyslaine McClure; B.Ing.(Montr.), S.M.C.E.(MIT), Ph.D.(Montr.), Eng.|
|Colin Rogers; B.A.Sc., M.A.Sc.(Wat.), Ph.D.(Syd.), P.Eng.|
|Yixin Shao; B.Sc., M.S.(Tongji), Ph.D.(N'western), P.Eng., F.A.C.I.; Undergraduate Program Director|
|Andrew J. Boyd; B.Sc.Eng.(New Br.), M.A.Sc.(Tor.), Ph.D.(Br. Col.), P.Eng., F.A.C.I.|
|Naveen Eluru; B.Sc.(Indian IT), M.Sc., Ph.D.(Texas-Austin)|
|Dominic Frigon; B.Sc.(Agr.Sci.), M.Sc.(McG.), Ph.D.(Env.Sci.)(Ill.)|
|Tom Gleeson; B.Sc.(Vic., BC), M.Sc.(S. Fraser), Ph.D.(Qu.)|
|Marianne Hatzopoulou; B.Sc., M.Sc.(Beirut), Ph.D.(Tor.)|
|Dimitrios G. Lignos; B.Sc.(Nat. Tech., Athens), M.Sc., Ph.D.(Stan.)|
|Jinxia Liu; B.Eng., M.Eng.(Tianjin), M.Eng.(Rensselaer Poly.), Ph.D.(Purd.)|
|Luis Miranda-Moreno; B.Sc., M.Eng.(Mexico), M.Sc., Ph.D.(Wat.)|
|Thanh Son Nguyen|
Program credit weight: 139 credits Program credit weight for Quebec CEGEP students: 110 credits The Civil Engineering program is comprehensive in providing the fundamentals in mechanics and engineering associated with the diverse fields of the profession, in offering choices of specialization, and in fully reflecting the advances in science, mathematics, ...
For more information, see Civil Engineering (139 credits).