Construction Technician in Mining and Civil Engineering

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Program Description

This program is taught in French, click here for the French Translation of the program

This program prepares the student to work as a civil engineering technician or mining engineer. The program covers diverse functions relating to the exploitation and extraction of minerals (in mines), the development an underground or open-pit mine, and the design and construction of public works (buildings, road systems, ducts or dams). Theoretical notions are applied and tested in laboratory classes.

Admission requirements:

  • Ontario high school diploma or its equivalent from another province, or mature student status
  • 1 French credit: grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university
  • 2 mathematics credits: grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university

Work environment (type of employer):

  • Public works industry (construction, inspection, concrete industry, land surveying)
  • Mining industry (underground or open-pit)
  • Consulting engineering firm

Possibility of a bachelor’s degree or other title:

Many universities recognize the postsecondary credits of Collège Boréal. Each university has its own admission criteria. After your college studies, the university of your choice will examine your credits in order to establish appropriate equivalence.

Candidate profile:

  • Aptitude for mathematic and physics
  • Written and spoken French and English
  • Ability to work in a team, organized, attentive to detail
  • Flexibility and openness
  • Good interpersonal skills

Note:

  • Graduates of this program may enroll directly in the 3rd year specialization in Construction Technician in Civil and Mining Engineering (Technologie du génie de construction – civil et minier)
  • All of our programs are offered in French. Taking into account the realities of the job market, Collège Boréal prepares its students to work in both official languages. Your program could include English texts and documents and the possibility of an internship where bilingualism is required

Cost & Fees

Tuition fees (approx.):

$2,812 (1st year)

Other fees (certificate, field activities, etc.):

  • $900 (approx.: 1st year)
  • $600 (approx.: 2nd year)
Last updated Nov 2017

About the School

Recognized for the quality, accessibility, and flexibility of its training and services, Collège Boréal is the first choice among French-language colleges. Collège Boréal provides a high calibre perso ... Read More

Recognized for the quality, accessibility, and flexibility of its training and services, Collège Boréal is the first choice among French-language colleges. Collège Boréal provides a high calibre personalised education to a diverse clientele and practices leadership to foster the sustainable development of Ontario’s Francophone community. Read less
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