Leadership, Collaboration, Community, and Innovation
Our Civil Engineering curriculum is intended to allow ample opportunity for you to pursue areas of personal interest. The opportunity for self-exploration requires careful advising to gain meaningful educational experiences.
We believe in a focus on design and teamwork within the curriculum, as well as appropriate hands-on experience in laboratories and projects. We encourage our students to participate in research projects and to pursue study or work abroad.
Our undergraduate program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
The objectives of the Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering curriculum are to develop graduates who embody the following:
- Graduates distinguish themselves within their organizations as individuals able to provide solutions to a wide range of conventional, cutting-edge, and emerging professional challenges related to one or more of the areas of the built, natural and information environments, considering sustainability principles.
- Graduates are innovative, proactive, and adaptive professionals, highly engaged in their professional communities; graduates are prepared to take on leadership positions within their organizations and communities.
- Graduates are able to contribute and collaborate on developing solutions to local and global problems; graduates are able to cross geographic, cultural, and traditional discipline boundaries in developing solutions.
*Total undergraduate enrollment includes sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
Want to be part of our Civil and Environmental Engineering department?
You will apply for admission through the University and declare your major mid-semester of the second semester of your freshman year. If you would like Civil and Environmental Engineering to be your primary major, you must declare your major no later than mid-semester of your final semester sophomore year.
Please visit the CMU Undergraduate Admissions to start your application!