Design + Build
Not many degree programs allow you to use something as large as an earthquake simulator to conduct your studies. But civil and environmental engineers do just that.
Well-versed in building structures, roads and bridges as well as ensuring environmental sustainability, graduates of the civil and environmental engineering program are well prepared to handle the nation’s increasing demand for infrastructure projects like expanded transportation, energy-efficient construction, water supply and pollution control systems.
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CivilEngineering(B.S., M.S. & Ph.D.)
Civil engineers apply scientific and engineering principles to improve the built environment and provide a sustainable local and national infrastructure system. Civil Engineers might analyze and design structural components of buildings and bridges, improve seismic safety, understand soil-structure interactions, design and test new asphalt and concrete mixtures, or analyze transportation systems.
EnvironmentalEngineering(B.S., M.S. & Ph.D.)
Environmental engineers apply scientific and engineering principles to preserve, restore and sustain the natural environment while maintaining clean air, water, and land resources. For example, Environmental Engineers provide safe drinking water supplies, prevent pollution of the aquatic environment, understand the fate and transport of contaminants, treat contaminated effluents and restore polluted sites.