Leadership, Collaboration, Community, and Innovation
Our BS in Civil Engineering and new BS in Environmental Engineering programs enable you to pursue your personal interests and create a space for unique exploration while earning your degree. We focus on design and teamwork and offer a flexible, hands-on curriculum featuring interdisciplinary project courses with Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering students working together.
As a CEE student, you will work with Andrea Francioni Rooney for your academic advising. You will also have the opportunity to choose a faculty mentor at the end of your sophomore year and will meet with your mentor at least once a semester to discuss research, career, and CEE specialty area interests.
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!
The undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
The Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering will complete its first cycle of graduating students in May 2024 and will be formally evaluated by ABET later that year. The program was designed in accordance with ABET program criteria.
What it's Like to be a CEE Student
“To me, the Civil and Environmental Engineering department is my workplace, my study area, and where I can chat with peers or professors. I consider it my home because we foster a family here taking care of one another while helping each other succeed.”
Kojo Aduhene (UG)
“Being part of CEE means engaging, hands-on classes and a built-in community. I love taking a project course each year, as it reminds me of why I decided to study engineering in the first place. The community engagement that the CEE department fosters through events and classes means that I feel welcomed not only in my own cohort but in the department as a whole.“
Katharine Hart (UG)