The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers dynamic, innovative and cross-disciplinary undergraduate and graduate programs leading to Bachelor, Master’s and Doctoral degrees in both Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering.
Civil Engineers plan, design, construct, and maintain public works, but the range of projects that the term “public works” encompasses has also grown with time. The areas of specialization that civil engineers can choose from can be divided into six general categories: structural, transportation, geotechnical, hydrotechnical, environmental, and municipal engineering.
The Environmental Engineering program provides a solid background in environmental engineering and the environmental aspects of chemistry and biology.
Architectural Conservation and Sustainability provides a unique, innovative focus in a multidisciplinary program that blends both engineering and architectural studies.