Are you good at science and math? Want to put your skills to good use? Do you want to help solve some of the most challenging problems faced by our society? If so, a career in Civil & Environmental Engineering may be right for you. Civil engineers work in the natural environment to design and construct the infrastructure needed by our society. This includes the buildings where we live and work, the highways on which we travel, the water we drink and many other essential ingredients of our lives.
We are very proud of our program at UConn. Our faculty are dedicated teachers and leaders in their fields who will challenge you to learn. We have outstanding facilities for our students that include our high-tech classrooms, hands-on labs and state-of-the-art computer facilities. Our program prepares our students to excel in their careers. The demand for our graduates for high quality jobs is very strong.
The UConn Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers three degree programs:
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
We currently have a total of 243 undergraduate students in Civil Engineering and graduated 69 students in May 2013.
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering
We currently have a total of 92 undergraduate students in Environmental Engineering and graduated 18 students in May 2013.
Minor in Environmental Engineering