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Cities Engineering and Management

Program Overview

Cities are the economic engines of the world. With over 50% of the world’s population now living in cities, the health and wealth of nations depend strongly on how well cities function. With global urbanization trends, climate change, limitations of natural resources, and sustainability concerns, urban centres around the world will encounter increasing challenges in managing their infrastructure and in delivering high levels of service to ensure the well-being of their citizens.

What is needed are professionals with both technical expertise and a fundamental understanding of the complex and cross-disciplinary issues facing cities. To proactively respond to this growing need, the Department of Civil and Mineral Engineering offers the Master of Engineering in Cities Engineering and Management (MEngCEM) degree program.


Quick Facts

Domestic International
Application deadline MEngCEM:

Fall 2024 entry

01-Jun-2024

 

MEngCEM:

Fall 2024 entry

18-Mar-2024

 

Minimum admission average MEngCEM:

Mid-B in final year of bachelor’s

MEngCEM:

Mid-B in final year of bachelor’s

Are any standardized tests required/recommended? MEngCEM:

NA

MEngCEM:

NA


Kate Mitchell

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Kate Mitchell
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