Gain the skills you need to become an environmental engineer. Design structures, hydraulics, soil mechanics and traffic systems.

Use the fundamentals of engineering and natural science to solve real, large-scale problems. Learn how “public works” are constructed, and study the complex systems behind transportation and structures as well as geotechnical, environmental and water resources.

Some of the areas in which our alumni are working:

  • Governmental agencies or consulting firms solving real problems
  • Laboratories and in the field, understanding how a system works and verifying conditions necessary for construction
  • Designing large-scale projects that benefit society
  • Managing an engineering design team or task

Download the Civil and Environmental Engineering Model Program worksheet.

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