Graduates of Civil Engineering Design & Technology programs have demonstrated achievement of vocational learning outcomes which relate to engineering in general and civil engineering in particular that are necessary to perform their roles according to recognized civil engineering practices. This enables graduates to evaluate assignments, establish objectives, set parameters, and determine and implement appropriate procedures and actions. Graduates are able to adhere to applicable laws, to exercise due diligence in the workplace, to adhere to health and safety practices, and to work in accordance with labour-management principles and practices. Graduates are prepared to assume responsibility for their work and may work independently or interdependently as part of a civil engineering or multi-disciplinary team.
Applicants are to have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent, although provision can be made for those who do not meet this requirement, are 18 years of age or older, and pass a qualifying test. Advance standing for up to 40% of the program is possible depending upon an applicant’s previous education and/or work experience
The amount of credit to be awarded is determined on an individual basis after an interview with the Program Director, a review of the applicant’s history, and, if applicable, the applicant’s results on a challenge examination