Undergraduate Program Information

The Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) Department has 28 full-time teaching and research faculty with expertise in structural, geotechnical, environmental/water resources, and transportation engineering. Undergraduate CEE students can pursue a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE), which requires successful completion of 128 credit hours. If an undergraduate student elects to, they can apply for an additional 'Concentration' in a technical area of their choice if they successfully complete the required courses for that ‘Concentration’. This can be accomplished within the 128 required credit hours with some planning. Students are encouraged to speak with their adviser, Sarah Sonefeld, if they are interested in pursuing a 'Concentration'. More specifically, a student may earn a BSCE with a concentration in one of the following technical areas:

  • Energy Infrastructure
  • Environmental/Water Resources Engineering
  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Land Development Engineering
  • Structural
  • Transportation

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Academic Plans of Study