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Graduate courses in civil engineering at Saskatchewan University are offered in four broad areas:
Transportation includes topics on transportation economics, transportation systems, pavement management, geometric design, and traffic engineering.
Geological, geotechnical, and geo-environmental engineering include topics on rock mechanics, hydrogeology, petroleum wells and reservoirs, terrain evaluation, physio-chemical properties of soils, and frozen soils.
Structures and materials science include topics on structural analysis, numerical analysis methods, dynamics of structures, theory of elasticity, advanced composite materials, structural steel design, prestressed concrete and concrete technology.
Water resources and environmental engineering include topics such as water quality, advanced water and wastewater treatment, stormwater collection systems, river engineering, erosion, and sediment transport.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,464|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$4,216|
Duolingo : Score of 110 or better.
The English for Academic Purposes program has four levels. Each level is designed to build on existing skills and teach new language specifically to help you prepare for university.
Includes the TOEFL iBT Home Edition
(minimum 4.0 in all areas) + required placement test
(minimum 10 in all areas) + required placement test
(minimum 4.5 in all areas) + required placement test
(minimum 12 in all areas) + required placement test
|5.5 (minimum 5.0 in all areas)||70 (minimum 15 in all areas)||100 (minimum 95 in all areas)|
Academic Success or University Bridging
|6.0 (minimum 5.5 in all areas)||75 (minimum 17 in all areas)||105 (minimum 100 in all areas|
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