Undergraduate Civil Engineering Degree Program
What is Civil Engineering About?
Civil engineers design the constructed environment and the infrastructure that supports our society. From highways and buildings to bridges, water resource systems and the environment, the profession of civil engineering is responsible for much of the world in which we live. The variety of challenges facing modern society means that civil engineers can look forward to a highly rewarding, dynamic career.
The program of study leading to a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering reflects the breadth of the profession. Students complete course work in basic science and mathematics, engineering sciences, civil engineering systems and materials, and in four major civil engineering disciplines (i.e. structures, geotechnical, water resources/environmental and transportation).
Civil Engineering Undergraduate Degree Program Information
- Admission Requirements
- Advising Flowchart (pdf)
- Two-Year Course Schedule
- Undergraduate Mission, Objectives and Student Outcomes
IFP Check Lists and Flight Plans for a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCV)
- MAC1105 (College Algebra)
- MAC1140 (Pre-Calculus Algebra)
- MAC2311 (Calculus with Analytic Geometry 1)
- Enrollment and Graduation Data
- Student Learning Outcomes Assessment (pdf)