Undergraduate Programs

 

CIVIL & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) aims to produce graduates who will design and maintain sustainable built and natural environments. Civil and Environmental engineers are responsible for our civil infrastructure (buildings, roads, bridges, reservoirs, water and wastewater treatment and delivery), for prevention and mitigation of geohazards, and for protection and restoration of our natural environment.

Civil and Environmental Engineering are among the top 3 fastest growing engineering job markets, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. There are more civil engineers currently employed than in any other engineering profession. Environmental engineering is growing rapidly, and currently employ more engineers than (for example) chemical or petroleum engineering.

CEE Department offers the following Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degrees:

Civil Engineering 
Environmental Engineering

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