- School of Engineering
- About Us
The Department Civil Engineering offers a well-balanced undergraduate program that strives to develop graduates who are capable of solving complex problems with fixed and oftentimes limited resources. The application of state-of-the-art skills, a sound understanding of engineering principles, the ability to communicate and articulate ideas, and preparation for lifelong learning are some of the key areas of focus in the civil engineering curriculum. At the completion of the undergraduate program, graduates are well equipped to enter the practice or pursue advanced studies in any of the civil engineering disciplines. The department provides students with the necessary guidance to develop their full potential within the context of their own personal experiences and the expectations of the profession.
As graduates of the civil engineering program, junior engineers get involved in the planning, design, construction, and maintenance of the infrastructure that is critical to daily life, including buildings, transportation systems, airports, irrigation systems, water supplies, supply systems, and environmental protection facilities.
The educational objectives developed by the Department for its undergraduate program reflect our commitment to providing a program that produces graduates who, within five years of graduation, will:
Students entering during or after Fall 2009 must fulfill the following requirements for a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering:
Humanities and Social Sciences
Mathematics and Science
Three technical electives with at least one from each of the two categories below:
The electives should be selected in consultation with an academic advisor to satisfy the requirement of the general civil engineering program or one of the approved emphasis area programs in civil engineering.
Total = (196 units)(min)