B.S. in Civil Engineering


This degree focuses on the design, planning, construction, and evaluation of the infrastructure around you, including everything from roads to buildings. The program prepares students for future employment and/or licensure as engineers, innovators, and decision-makers who can apply their knowledge in areas of Structural, Transportation, Geotechnical and Environmental Engineering.

Designed With You in Mind

Preparing you for your future is our number one priority. You will engage in hands-on application of a wide range of engineering, math, and science concepts to work toward innovative, real-world solutions. Our facilities and research equipment are comparable to large research institutions, providing you with access to industry standard tools and undergraduate research opportunities. Our faculty and institution are dedicated to student success. We provide a variety of academic success service including faculty/peer monitoring, supplemental instruction, math/science clinics, and tutoring.  

Impact the World of Tomorrow

In today’s world of rapid change, innovations and advancements in Civil Engineering are continuously needed to make civilians’ quality of life safer, more enjoyable, and more productive. A degree in Civil Engineering will open the doors to an exciting career in a variety of both public and private industries or consulting firms dealing with areas such as: 

  • Highway design and safety, 
  • Structural design and geographical systems, 
  • Graduate programs in Civil, Structural, and Environmental Engineering, 

And other related fields. 


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Program Objectives

Our graduates will be prepared and well equipped for licensure and employment in an industry position or consulting firms, and for continuing their education with graduate studies. These graduates will demonstrate their ability to synthesize engineering, math, and science concepts into solutions, as well as their ability to work and communicate effectively in team-oriented, project-driven environments.

Coursework Highlights

ClassNumberClass Name
CVEN3320Construction Planning and Management
CVEN3405Design of Structural Elements
CVEN3423Strength of Materials
CVEN4325Foundation Engineering
CVEN4360Highway Planning and Design
ENGR2321Engineering Mechanics: Statics
ENGR3311Engineering Mathematical Methods

For more information on courses, please refer to the university catalog.