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George Brown College Advanced Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology
George Brown College

Advanced Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology

Toronto, Canada

3 Years

English

Full time

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CAD 18,015 / per year

On-Campus

* most programs fill quickly, so we strongly recommend that you apply at least six months in advance

Introduction

The Civil Engineering Technology advanced diploma program is a three-year program that focuses on the planning, design, and construction of roads, bridges, tunnels, sub-divisions, buildings, municipal services, and heavy infrastructure. Students learn to ensure projects are functional, economical, and meet standards and codes. There is a blend of lectures, laboratories, and tutorials, with a focus on real drawing sets. This program also teaches CIM (Civil Information Modelling) through the use of the latest industry-standard software. There is an option for co-op.

The Civil Engineering Technology advanced diploma program includes:

  • Designing reinforced concrete structures, storm, water, and sanitary systems, roads, and steel-framed structures.
  • Interpreting construction drawings and specifications for various types of projects through extensive practical training from project drawing sets.
  • Estimating, bidding, scheduling, and managing/supervising projects using the latest software.
  • Health and safety, site management, and quality management on construction sites.
  • Risk analysis and value analysis for construction projects.
  • Types of contracts used by the construction industry as well as the legal aspects of construction.
  • Business management techniques to pre-qualify projects based on expected returns, create and manage a construction company, and understand the financial statements involved in running a construction business.

*If you enroll in the program in January, you are required to complete semester 2 in the summer (May to August) of the same year in order to continue into semester 3 in the fall.

Your Field Education Options

Students are encouraged to secure summer employment in the civil and construction sectors. This summer fieldwork reinforces and extends the classroom training.

The Industry Liaison Office helps students connect with the industry for field experience opportunities.

The program offers a cooperative education experience in the third year. Details will be provided to eligible students by the School of Construction Management.

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