- Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
The primary objective of the program is to prepare graduates for professional practice in civil engineering. After foundation courses in mathematics, science, and engineering mechanics, students complete courses that cover seven areas of civil engineering. Additional professional electives provide either specialization or additional breadth within civil engineering and related fields.
- Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering
The Environmental Engineering Option is similar to the Civil Engineering Option. Students are not required to take a second course in structures and take additional courses in water resources and environmental engineering.
- Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering Technology
The primary objective of the Construction Engineering Technology program is to prepare graduates for project management in the construction industry. After foundation courses in mathematics, science, and engineering mechanics, the curriculum is a combination of technical and management courses. Professional electives provide either specialization or additional breadth in construction and related fields.
Graduate education is an opportunity to specialize in your field of interest. As an undergraduate, you develop broad-based technical expertise with an emphasis on engineering science and design. As a graduate student, you will expand your knowledge of your chosen field tremendously. This experience requires dedication, independent thought, and technical integrity, and rewards you with an increased understanding of what you are passionate about and broader career opportunities.
We offer two master's degrees and three Ph.D. options. Learn more about our graduate programs.