The Department of Civil Engineering offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees as well as two graduate certificate programs.
Undergraduate students study civil engineering from a broad perspective. You’ll take a strong core of engineering courses and have ample hands-on research opportunities.
Graduate students approach civil engineering from a specialized viewpoint. Graduate specializations include environmental and sustainable engineering, geographic information systems, sustainable infrastructure, geotechnical engineering, hydraulics and hydrology, structural engineering, and transportation.
A degree in civil engineering can open the door to many areas of study and be the start of a long and successful career.
The master of engineering degree in civil engineering is intended for students with an undergraduate degree that is not in engineering and is structured to give basic knowledge in engineering in an interdisciplinary manner.
The master of science degree in civil engineering is structured for students who have previously earned an undergraduate degree in engineering.
The Engineering and Applied Science Ph.D. is a multidisciplinary degree.
The doctoral degree in civil engineering is a great step for furthering research in vital technologies in the engineering industry and is administered jointly with the University of Colorado Boulder.