Civil + Mining + Petroleum Engineering

The information on this page is intended for students who have been admitted to one of the following programs:

  • Civil / Civil Environmental
  • Mining
  • Petroleum

Program-Specific Notes

  • MIN E 310 and MIN E 323 are only offered in the Spring/Summer terms as 13-week classes. Students requiring these courses must take them during the Spring/Summer terms (from May to August) - see Spring/Summer Registration.
  • If you are unable to register in a core MATH or EAS course, contact Please ensure you include your student ID in your message.
  • Before selecting a Complementary Studies Elective, read through the course description and annotated notes. Some B LAW courses on the listing are not eligible for credit in Civil and Civil Environmental programs.
  • CIV E 251 (Survey School) is taken in the Spring term and takes place the week before the start of other Spring term courses. Registration in Spring term courses normally opens in mid-February.

Important Changes to the Petroleum Engineering Program for Fall 2023

Changes have been made to the Petroleum programs that will take effect in Fall 2023. Three of the PET E courses have been renumbered and the renumbering will affect students already in the Traditional and Co-op programs. Starting in Fall 2023, students will need to search for the new course numbers in Bear Tracks to register in the courses.

The new course numbers will be updated to show in the Academic Requirements Report in Bear Tracks and in the 2020, 2021, and 2022 Program Planners, but the Calendars prior to the 2023/2024 academic year will not be updated.

Old Course New Course
PETE 373 PETE 295
PETE 475 PETE 375
PETE 477 PETE 377

Last Updated: March 15, 2024