SCE faculty demonstrating machinery to students

Civil Engineering

Civil engineers plan, direct, design and oversee construction of roads, bridges, tunnels, water supply systems and structures. They take the local environment into account, anticipating earthquakes and hurricanes as well as the stress of daily use. A civil engineer’s expertise is present in nearly every modern infrastructure project in the world. And the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that one of this professions will experience significant growth for years to come.

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE)

A BSCE degree provides students with depth and breadth of technical information. The broad scope and intense coursework prepares graduates for nearly any position in geotechnical engineering, environmental engineering, hydraulics and structural engineering. The BSCE degree program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET,

Admission Requirements Transfer Admission Requirements Where Civil Engineers Work
  • Engineering consulting firms
  • Construction industry
  • Oil companies
  • City, state and federal governments
  • Manufacturing companies
  • Transportation departments