Civil & Environmental Engineering at UWM
Civil Engineering is a profession that deals with the infrastructure of society and impacts your everyday life. From the roads and bridges you use everyday to the drinking water that comes out of your tap at home, civil engineers work to develop safe, efficient and sustainable ways to continually improve our infrastructure.
- Geotechnical engineering
- Structural engineering
- Transportation and municipal engineering
- Water resources and environmental engineering
Work with faculty engaged in leading-edge research in areas such as:
- Social and environmental impacts of transportation development
- Flexible pavement design
- Fatigue and fracture mechanics
- Hydrodynamic modeling
- Environmental fluid mechanics
- Application of nanomaterials in construction
Civil engineers work in all levels of government and throughout the private sector.
- Structural Designer
- Construction Manager
- Civil Drafter
- Senior Pipeline Engineer
- Project Engineer
- Construction Inspector
Did You Know?
Civil engineering is one of the oldest engineering disciplines, dating back to Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia. Today civil engineers design, build and maintain:
- Highways, tunnels rail systems and airports
- Bridges, canals and dams
- Power plants
- Water supply and sewage systems
- Buildings of all sorts
We offer an ABET accredited Bachelor of Science in engineering degree in Civil Engineering that prepares you for the future.
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|The Civil Engineering Major is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET
415 N. Charles Street
Baltimore MD 21201