Undergraduate Program

lauren civilCivil engineers conceive, plan, design, construct, operate, and maintain the facilities and systems that serve the basic needs of society. The Auburn University Department of Civil Engineering prepares students, via a high-quality Bachelor of Civil Engineering curriculum, to practice professionally in a competitive global environment. Program educational objectives include preparing graduates to

  • function as efficient, reliable team members in the evaluation, planning and design, construction, or operation and maintenance of civil infrastructure systems,
  • demonstrate their belief in lifelong education by expanding their body of knowledge, maturing professionally, and progressing toward licensure as professional engineers,
  • assume leadership roles in their workplace by exercising initiative and responsible stewardship, and
  • employ the human touch in engaged involvement in their professions and communities.

The program includes required and elective courses in seven civil engineering specialty areas:

Bachelor of Civil Engineering graduates are prepared for a variety of entry-level civil engineering positions or graduate/professional schools.

The department offers an ABET-accredited undergraduate degree in civil engineering and participates in an interdisciplinary undergraduate degree program in environmental science in collaboration with the College of Agriculture and the College of Sciences and Mathematics.

Accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET

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Last Updated: 4/28/17 9:08 AM