Civil Engineering (B.S.)

Help transform the world with the power to bring new ideas and innovations in energy, technology and health.

If solving problems, creating new ways of living and enhancing existing communities is a passion for you, a career in civil engineering is a rewarding profession. With a program that emphasizes key engineering areas like environmental, geotechnical, structural and water resources, you’ll gain the well-rounded education to help build a new world.

Program Snapshot
Program type:
Major
Format:
On-campus or online
Est. time to complete:
4-5 years
Credit hours:
134

Why Study Civil Engineering at UND?

Civil engineers have a direct impact on the world around us, creating and helping to improve the many ways people move, interact and live in their communities. It's a rewarding profession that combines ideating, planning and designing with teams at the office, with hands-on project management and supervision out in the field.

With this UND undergraduate program, you'll benefit from a curriculum that weaves in teamwork, problem solving and design exercises, along with opportunities to:

  • Gain the ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to the field of civil engineering.
  • Conduct experiments in laboratories to prove or disprove engineering theories or designs.
  • Gain expertise with computer software and other innovative engineering technologies.
  • Develop knowledge of contemporary issues, and cultivate life-long learning and communication skills.