Civil Engineering is one of the oldest and most widely recognized engineering disciplines. Civil engineers plan, construct, and maintain infrastructures. Some of these structures include roads, tunnels, airports, railroads, buildings, bridges, and dams. It is the oldest and broadest of the engineering disciplines. A civil engineer works with a wide spectrum of individuals in both the public and private sectors to meet today's challenges of pollution, infrastructure rehabilitation, traffic congestion, floods, earthquakes, and urban development.
Typical Engineering Positions
* These positions typically require considerable experience
The Civil engineering Program is housed within the Mathematics, Engineering and Computer Science Department and has been designed for transfer as a Dual/Joint program with the School of Engineering at City College of New York (CCNY) and its Bachelor of Engineering in Civil (BE / CE).