Bachelor's in Civil Engineering
Accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org, this program provides the broad background needed to succeed in civil engineering. Built around a core of mathematics and natural and engineering sciences, the program teaches students the essential tools and problem-solving ability to work in industry or prepare for civil engineering graduate studies. Students receive theoretical and practical experience in planning, analysis, design, and construction of various types of private projects and public works. Graduates emerge fully prepared to work at engineering consulting firms, the construction industry, and government agencies.
Bachelor's in Construction Management
Accredited by the American Council for Construction Education, this program gives you comprehensive professional knowledge of the techniques, materials, equipment, job planning, and cost controls needed to work in the construction planning and design professions. The BSCM is built around a core of mathematics, basic and engineering sciences, engineering planning and design, and humanities and social sciences. Junior-level curriculum emphasizes engineering science and laboratory and computer techniques. Senior-level courses emphasize engineering planning, design, economics, and professionalism.
Seniors can conduct in-depth study on water resources or structural, environmental, geotechnical, or transportation engineering. The program was previously called Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering Management.