Undergraduate Programs

Civil and Environmental Engineering undergraduate degree programs include a B.S. in Civil Engineering or a B.S. in Environmental Engineering. These programs are designed so that students can tailor their courses of study to include specializations and minors according to their individual interests.



B.S. in Civil Engineering

Civil engineers engage in planning, design, construction, maintenance and management of the infrastructure of modern society. Every major structure critical to this country and in the global community depends on the work of civil engineers.

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B.S. in Environmental Engineering

The environmental field is dynamic and wide-ranging, comprising many different disciplines and professional roles. The trend toward global manufacturing is projected to grow stronger in the years ahead. Environmental challenges presented by this movement must be overcome if the economic and lifestyle benefits of globalization are to be extended around the world.

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B.S. in Environmental Engineering (Premedical Specialization)

In addition to the standard B.S. in Environmental curriculum, students will complete coursework in biology and chemistry. This program enables students to satisfy the requirements for an Environmental Engineering degree while preparing for post-baccalaureate medical studies.

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Students interested in earning a minor in Civil or Environmental Engineering should consult the Department for approval. A minimum of 15 credit hours in Civil Engineering courses are required. Students may also earn a minor in Global Development, supported by the Hunter and Stephanie Hunt Institute for Engineering and Humanity.