Infrastructure Engineering

The Infrastructure Engineering major is no longer available to incoming students.  Only students who entered the EngSci program in Fall 2017 or before were eligible to enroll in this major.

 

roadwayBuildings, bridges and transportation networks are some of the largest and most significant products of engineering in the world. Together with other infrastructure components, they provide the necessary underpinning of civilization and allow people to live together in large cities sustainably and productively. In this unique major, students develop the engineering skills to tackle projects of this magnitude, going well beyond what is found in conventional engineering programs. Graduates are equipped to create unique systems and designs, custom-tailored to both site and function.

Sample Courses

Did you know...?

Students can further their knowledge in student clubs like CSCE and the Seismic Design Team.

Find more student clubs here.

Where this major can take you

Our graduates include leaders in industry and research.  Meet some of our alumni.

Employers for recent graduates include IBI Group, Hatch, the Ontario Ministry of Transportation, and others.

Recent graduates have attended graduate school at MIT, Princeton, UC Berkeley, UCLA, University of Michigan, U of T, and others.

 

Co-Chairs of the Infrastructure Engineering major

Professors Evan Bentz, Michael Collins, and Matthew Roorda (all CivE)

Professors Bentz, Collins, and Roorda have expertise in structural and transportation engineering.

bentz@ecf.utoronto.ca
mpc@civ.utoronto.ca
roordam@ecf.utoronto.ca

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