Civil Engineer (2131)
University of Manitoba

Academic Calendar

-Faculty of Engineering - Civil Engineering

-Graduate Studies - Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering Homepage

Career Mentor profile - U of M alumnus, Civil Engineer

Links to Sites

National Occupational Classification - an overview of the occupation in Canada

Set Your Course Manitoba - career exploration website by the Province of Manitoba

Working in Canada - labour market information (salary, job outlook)

Alberta Learning Information Service -OCCinfo
-Occupational Video: Civil Engineer

Occupational Outlook Handbook - Job outlook for U.S.

O*NET -detailed occupational information (U.S.)

The Canadian Society for Civil Engineering

Canadian Civil Engineering Departments (Universities)

Engineer Profiles - from Engineering Your Future

Engineers Canada

The Engineering Institute of Canada

American Society of Civil Engineering

APEGM- Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Manitoba

Consulting Engineers of Manitoba

Association of Canadian Engineering Companies

Civil Engineering Overview - Sloan Career Cornerstone Centre

Engineers Without Borders Canada

Discover Engineering Online

U.K. Institution of Civil Engineers - Topics in Engineering
National Academy of Engineering

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering - Carlton University

Civil Engineering Magazine - From the American Society of Civil Engineers

Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering

Information for foreign-trained Civil Engineers - Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials

Date modified: March 28, 2017

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Related Occupations:

Mechanical Engineer

Geological Engineer

Hydrologist

Architect

Environmental Scientist

Civil Engineering Technologist


A quote from a U of M Career Mentor &

Civil Engineer:

“I thoroughly enjoy meeting the students and discussing possible career paths in engineering. It is a profession with almost unlimited possibilities and of course most students just starting out do not appreciate this. They may also not realize that the profession is not just number crunching but provides opportunities for significant creativity, which is the mark of good engineering, and also the opportunity to serve the public good.”