Civil and Environmental Engineering


Current program descriptions are provided in the current Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogs. Students with previous catalog rights should refer to the appropriate archived catalogs.

The Bachelor of Civil Engineering program provides students with a solid background in structural, geotechnical, water resources, environmental, and transportation engineering.

The Master of Science in Civil Engineering program has concentrations in Structures & Foundations, Water Resources, Environmental Engineering and Transportation Engineering.

The Master of Science in Environmental Engineering program has courses in wastewater treatment plant design, water treatment plant design, hazardeous waste site remediation, air pollution control, and more.

The 4+1 Accelerated Program enables students to a earn a Bachelor of Civil Engineering degree as well as a Master of Science in Civil Engineering or Environmental Engineering in 5 years.

The Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering program is a college wide program to prepare students to meet complex technological demands of tomorrow. Students can select a concentration in Civil Engineering.