Civil Engineering

College Department

 Summer Session 2016 

Civil Engineering is offering online courses in both summer sessions.  For more detail on application and admissions, please see Summer Session 2016 at Montana State University. Important department specific requirements and notes:

  • Engineering Statics is offered in the first session. Successful completion of Statics is a prerequisite for both Dynamics and Mechanics of Materials.
  • Dynamics and Mechanics of Materials are offered consecutively in sessions one and two.
  • Dynamics and Mechanics of Materials are prerequisites for Fluid Mechanics.
  • Summer online students must provide proof of prerequisites AND an official testing center at a U.S. college or university. 

 

Bachelor of Science degrees in

The Graduate School awards Master of Science degrees in

The College of Engineering awards a Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering, with options that include

  • Civil Engineering
  • Applied Mechanics
  • Environmental Engineering

Advising Appointments

Schedule an appointment with your faculty advisor by clicking their name below. (Each link will open a new window.)

 Civil Engineering News, Information and Events

  • Congratulations to Dr. Al Cunningham the recipient of the Excellence in Research Award for Spring 2015.

  • Dr. Daniel A. Miller, II selected as new Department Head for Mechanical and Industrial Engineering.
  • In Memoriam: Dr. Warren Jones
  • 2014 Newsletter (PDF, will open in a new window)

The Department of Civil Engineering has strong affiliation with the Western Transportation Institute (WTI) and the Center for Biofilm Engineering (CBE), a graduated NSF research center. The department is also affiliated with a Montana Department of Transportation Design Unit located on the MSU campus.

The Department of Civil Engineering is committed to promoting diversity among students and faculty. More information about diversity at Montana State University is available through the ADVANCE Project TRACS website, the President's Commission on the Status of University Women, and the Family Advocate website.