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Approved shared courses


These classes may be used towards both your bachelor’s degree and your master’s degree once you are accepted into the accelerated 4+1 degree program. Remember to review the graduate degree program requirements when deciding which classes to double count.

Construction management


  • CON 530/430 Facilities Operations and Management
  • CON 545/455 Construction Project Management (Fall 2016)
  • CON 557/457 Principles of Leadership for Project Managers (Fall 2016)
  • CON 565/465 Deductive Logic, Leadership and Industry Structure (Fall 2016)
  • CON 567/467 Advanced Procurement Systems (Fall 2016)
  • CON 598/446 Marketing for Construction (Fall 2016)
  • CON 598/483 Advanced Building Estimating (Fall 2016)
  • CON 598/494 Indigenous Project Delivery (Fall 2016)
  • CON 530/430 Facilities Operations and Maintenance (Spring 2017)
  • CON 545/455 Construction Project Management (Spring 2017)
  • CON 554/454 Trenchless Construction Methods (Spring 2017)
  • CON 557/457 Principles of Leadership for Project Managers (Spring 2017)
  • CON 565/465 Deductive Logic, Leadership and Industry Structure (Spring 2017)
  • CON 567/467 Advanced Procurement Systems (Spring 2017)

Civil, environmental and sustainable engineering and construction engineering


  • CEE 511/412 Advanced Procurement Systems (Fall 2016)
  • CEE 532/432 Developing Software for Engineering Applications (Fall 2016)
  • CEE 545/440 Hydrology (Fall 2016)
  • CEE 567/467 Environmental Microbiology (Fall 2016)
  • CEE 570/470 Sustainable Environmental Biotechnologies (Fall 2016)
  • CEE 576/475 Highway Geometric Design (Fall 2016)
  • CEE 585/481 Civil Engineering Project Management (Fall 2016)
  • CEE 598/452 Foundations (Fall 2016)
  • CEE 598/466 Urban Water System Design (Fall 2016)
  • CEE 598/474 Transportation Systems Planning (Fall 2016)
  • CEE 598/494 Earth Structures (Fall 2016)
  • All geotechnical graduate courses can be counted as a shared 4+1 class.  (Geotechnical)
  • All structures graduate courses can be counted as a shared 4+1 class (Structures)