Civil engineers are all over the world developing new technologies to conserve resources and make life easier. Combining all of the necessary industry standards of communication, math, physics and engineering science, UND has perfected a civil engineering curriculum that is offered online and on campus. Join alumni who work everywhere from next-door North Dakota to the sandy beaches of Guam to improve life on a global scale.
To combine and complete courses that are relevant to your education goals, you’ll be assisted in planning your college academic route by an advisor within the program. Some course topics you’ll take are:
- Introduction to Civil Engineering
- Introduction to Digital Terrain Modeling
- Steel Design
- Structural Mechanics
- Transportation Engineering
The Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
In a creative and hands-on field such as civil engineering, any additional experience and knowledge can put you one step closer to the next big idea. Most Civil Engineering students find jobs or internships during the summer, which often count for credit in conjunction with UND’s cooperative education program.
Civil Engineering students have a remarkable number of active organizations on campus.
Civil Engineers are one of the most in-demand career areas due to environmental concerns all around the globe. Whether you’d rather work for an engineering firm, government agency or construction company, you’ll be sure to utilize your knowledge from UND.
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