There’s always a need for rebuilding, maintaining and further developing infrastructure, so the demand for civil engineers has never been greater. Civil engineers can find career opportunities in industry, government and private consulting.
The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Civil Engineering program combines a background of interrelated sub-disciplines of Civil Engineering with the fundamental core subjects of the engineering program.
Apply early. You’ll need a high school degree from an accredited institution, official SAT/ACT scores, transcripts from all other colleges you’ve attended.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Our College offers financial aid and scholarships to qualified students. The amounts and eligibility requirements of these awards vary depending on the type of award. Merit-based financial assistance is highly competitive, so apply early.
You’ll need 128 credit hours to graduate. Lower-division requirements include at least 60 hours of pre-engineering credits. Up to 90 academic credits may be transferred from an ABET-accredited institution of higher education. You must also meet the University Foreign Language Requirement and meet all of state and university requirements for graduation.
2017-2018 Civil Engineering Flowchart