The following 7.0 transfer credits will be granted for students who have completed since 1996 a three year Environmental Engineering Technology diploma from Confederation College with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7 as calculated by UWO's Admission Office, and have no mark less than a "C" in the corresponding courses.
|Confederation College courses:
CH 131+ 331 + 431
EI 335 + 538
GC 100 + CD 110
GE 302 + PH 231
CS 101 + 405
EI 131+ 231 +331
EI 134 + 234
EI 336 + 436
EI 634 + 535
|UWO transfer credit recommended:|
0.5 Year 1 Earth Science
0.5 Year 1 Science (no UWO equivalent)
0.5 Year 1 Physics (no UWO equivalent)
0.5 Year 1 Arts
0.5 Year 2 Biology (Group B)
0.5 Year 2 non-Science (Group E)
Engineering Science 363a/b
0.5 Year 2 Science (sub for Group A - E)
0.5 Year 2 non- Science (Group F)
1.0 Year 2 Science option
Students who qualify for the above 7.0 transfer credits under the conditions of the articulation agreement would require the following 8.0 courses at UWO, with an overall average of at least 60%:
NOTE: One of the two* half courses must be from the Faculty of Science
To satisfy the graduation requirement of an average of at least 60% achieved on the courses that constitute the Area of Concentration, the following UWO courses (chosen from the list above) must be completed with an average of at least 60%:
The above would apply to those students who pursue a 3-year BSc Environmental Science degree.
For graduates from one of the three-year Environmental Science Programs, transfer credit will be given in the Environmental Engineering Technology diploma program at Confederation College.
Upon successful completion of the following subjects with a cumulative GPA of no less than 2.0 as calculated by Confederation College, these students will receive a 3-year Environmental Engineering Technology diploma from Confederation College.
|Course #||Credit Hours||Course Description|
|EI 350||60||Field School|
|EI 336||30||Federal Environmental Legislation|
|EI 535||60||Chemical Processes of Industry|
|EI 536||60||Water and Waste Water Treatment*|
|EI 537||45||Solid Waste Management|
|EI 134||45||Field Measurement|
|CD 110||30||Auto-CADD or other elective of their choice|
|EI 436||45||Ontario Environmental Legislation|
|EI 437||60||Water Quality**|
|EI 438||60||Sampling & Data Management/Field Placement|
|GE 325||45||Occupational Health & Safety|
|EI 632||75||Instrumentation & Process Control|
|EI 634||45||Air Pollution Chemistry|
* EI 536 - Water and Waste Water Treatment: Upon successful completion of this course, students may opt to pay the fee and write the "Operator-In-Training" MOE Certification exam. Graduates considering a career in water treatment plants should have this. Instructors provide training manuals and tutorials for exam preparation.
** EI 437 - Water Quality: Upon successful completion of this course, students may opt to pay the fee and write the "Water Quality Analyst" MOE Certification exam. All employees working at primary water treatment plants must have this Certification. Instructors provide training manuals and tutorials for exam preparation.
With a further two years of directly related work experience, students may opt to pay the fee and apply to the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT) for Certification as a Certified Engineering Technologist (CET). Graduates of the Confederation College program, who are working in the environmental field, and, who have applied to OACETT, have received their CET accreditation.