M.Eng , Ph.D.
The Queen’s graduate programs in Civil Engineering are home to some of the finest minds in the fields of civil and environmental engineering. Students have the chance to study engineering in an environment where multidisciplinary research and activities are encouraged and facilitated.
They are trained to apply a diverse set of skills to solve complex problems, to work in teams and communicate effectively, and to uphold ethical standards of professional practice. This results in graduates obtaining jobs in consulting, construction, manufacturing, design, and financial firms all over the world.
Research activity in the Department is generally classified under two fields: Civil Engineering Environment and Civil Engineering Infrastructure. Environment encompasses the areas of Environmental, Geotechnical, Geoenvironmental and Hydrotechnical Engineering, while Infrastructure comprises the areas of Structural and Materials Engineering and Geotechnical Infrastructure.
These two fields reflect the growing interrelationships and collaborations among the areas within the Department, and with other research programs both within and outside Queen’s University
Ontario Graduate Council
* 4-year Bachelor's degree with a standing in the mid B range (70% graduating average or a ranking in the top third of the graduating class where number grades are not available).
* Applicants with a Bachelors degree in a cognate science may be admitted. We consider your grades from all four years, but we look at your last two years in specific courses.
Ph.D.: Master’s degree in Civil Engineering. Applicants with a Master's degree in a cognate science may be admitted.
International Student Requirements:
as per domestic including English Language Proficiency
Tuition & Financial Aid
Financial Aid Offered: No