A Bachelor of Science degree in civil or architectural engineering from the Construction Engineering and Management program is part of the Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering. An emphasis in construction management is available in either option. Students who have a strong interest in the construction of commercial buildings, architectural engineering provides the combination of engineering, architectural design, and building systems as a foundation for entering the commercial construction industry. For students with a strong interest in infrastructure construction such as roads, water treatment facilities, and bridges, a degree in civil engineering provides a foundation in structural engineering, Geotechnical, and water resources as preparation for a career in civil construction.
For more information on the degree requirements for Bachelor of Science degrees in civil engineering and architectural engineering, visit the CEAE Department Web Page.