Civil and environmental engineering is the engineering of constructed facilities; of buildings, bridges, tunnels, and dams; of harbors and airports; of waterways, railways, and highways; of water power, irrigation, drainage, and water supply; of wastewater and hazardous waste disposal and environmental health systems.
Civil Engineers are the professionals who plan, design, direct the construction, and often maintain these facilities.
The department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers the Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and the Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering. The department participates in the college’s IMPULSE and co-op programs.
The undergraduate Civil Engineering program's enrollment and degree data are available here.
Students who study civil engineering may be interested in pursuing advanced degrees, including the Ph.D. Program in Engineering and Applied Science.