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Graduate Studies

The graduate program and research goals of the Department of Civil Engineering are consistent with the mission of both Queen's University and the civil engineering profession. These goals, which reflect the educational, professional and research needs of society and the environment.

 

MASTERS & Doctoral

Coastal Engineering Lab

The Queen's University Coastal Engineering Laboratory is an integral part of the Civil Engineering Department's undergraduate courses, graduate programs, academic research, and commercial model testing. Laboratory facilities for hydraulics and fluid mechanics occupy 600 m2 at the main campus.

 

Costal ENgineering

What Does a Civil Engineer Do?

Civil Engineering is a challenging and dynamic profession serving society to improve the quality of our life, the health of our social system, the continuity of our economy and business activities, and our competitive position in the international market place.

 

Civil Engineer

Discover the Challenges & Excitement in Civil Engineering

Internationally recognized team of people to provide a first class educational, research, and development enterprise.

Coastal Wave Pool at Queen's

The Queen's University Coastal Engineering Laboratory is an integral part of the Civil Engineering Department's undergraduate courses, graduate programs, academic research, and commercial model testing. Laboratory facilities for hydraulics and fluid mechanics occupy 600 m2 at the main campus, but this lab provides an additional 1,860 m2 of space. Here coastal engineering problems are studied in three 61 m long and one 30.5 m long wave flumes, a 21m x 21m coastal models basin, an oscillating water tunnel, and closed pipelines.

 

Facilities   |   Coastal Lab


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