Civil Engineering Infrastructure Technology
Learn about the evaluation, inspection, repair, and rehabilitation, as well as decision making and asset management of various infrastructures from both technical and managerial points of view.
Seventeen core technical courses cover advanced curriculum in math, materials, fluids, structural analysis and design, municipal hydraulics, environmental impact and sustainability, and geotechnical engineering. Seven management courses complement your studies.
Careers: Our graduates are ideal candidates for engineering, project management, and supervisory roles that require a technical background. They work in the residential and ICI sectors, for the government at all levels, and in private sector consulting and sales.
Eligible College Programs
An Advanced Diploma (or equivalent) in:
- Architectural Technology
- Civil Engineering Technology
- Construction Engineering Technology
Civil Engineering Infrastructure Technology Curriculum
- Find online Course Descriptions and Outlines
- View program requirements in the McMaster University Undergraduate Calendar
*The information in the chart below is for your planning purposes only. We try to keep this information as up to date as possible. Please consult the Undergraduate Calendar or your personal Degree Audit to ensure you are meeting all official program requirements.
If you are a PREVIOUS CIVTECH student, please view your course sequence HERE.
|Required General Technology Courses|
|GEN TECH 3EE3||ENGINEERING ECONOMICS|
|GEN TECH 3EN3||TECHNOLOGICAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP|
|GEN TECH 3FS3||FINANCIAL SYSTEMS FOR TECHNOLOGY ORGANIZATIONS|
|GEN TECH 3MP3||MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES|
|GEN TECH 4PM3||THE MANAGEMENT OF TECHNICAL PROJECTS|
|Elective General Technology Courses
(choose 2 of the following 6 courses)
|GEN TECH 1DM3||CREATIVITY, INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY|
|GEN TECH 4EM3||LEGAL AND REGULATORY ISSUES|
|GEN TECH 4LM3||LEAN THINKING|
|GEN TECH 4SE3||SUSTAINABILIY AND ETHICS|
|GEN TECH 4SF3||FORMULATING TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY|
|GEN TECH 4ST3||CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN MANAGEMENT|