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How to transfer into Civil Eng with BSc in Physics?

  1. Nov 14, 2012 #1
    I have a BSc in physics and I want to get into civil engineering. I'm in Canada, and to get professional engineering licence, you have to get an engineering undergrad degree.

    I dont want to go back to school for 3 years just to get another bachelors, but the masters programs in Canada don't really accept non civil eng undergrads, and they wont give the professional certification.

    I found UCL in the UK has a one year masters program with an option for a pre-classifying year for people with non civil backgrounds. The pre-qualifying year also makes you eligible for professional engineering status. So I applied, and got accepted. it would seem my problem was soved except I cant afford tuition (30 000 pounds a year).

    Does anyone know of any other programs around the world that I coud get eligibility for licensing in a masters program that accepts non engineers.
     
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