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About the Department

Plan, design, and analyze bridges, roads, dams, buildings, and water distribution systems to improve society’s infrastructure. Collaborate with faculty mentors in a dynamic curriculum that encompasses structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, transportation engineering, water resources engineering, environmental engineering, surveying, and construction management.

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Research Opportunities

In lab and field settings, students collaborate on faculty-mentored research teams.


Distinguished Faculty

Get an inside track on innovative research, from faculty who collaborate across academia and industry.

Engagement with Ideas

Engagement with Ideas

Courses and labs revolve around hands-on research, challenging students to analyze and solve problems.

Recent News / Announcements

Dr. Andrew Bechtel Gives Evaluation of Pour-Stop Design Tables

Dr. Andrew Bechtel, Assistant Professor in the Civil Engineering department, recently gave a talk on the results he found through evaluation of steel deck institute pour-stop design tables.

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Dr. Thomas Brennan Presents at the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting in D.C.

This year, Dr. Thomas Brennan had the opportunity to present two research papers at the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting held in Washington D.C.

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MUSE Feature: Dr. Thomas Brennan & Students Study Evacuation Route Resiliency

This past summer as part of MUSE, Dr. Thomas Brennan took on 2 research students, Ashley Hyde and Anthony Laregina, to study how the usage of speed data can help analyze the congestion of roads. 

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Dr. Brennan Presents at the 2017 ITS World Congress

Thomas Brennan, a professor in the Civil Engineering department, recently presented his research at the 2017 ITS World Congress.

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Dr. Brennan Featured in UTRC Fall Research Review

The School of Engineering is happy to announce that Dr. Thomas Brennan has been featured in The University Transportation Research Center's (URTC) Fall 2017 Research Review as the publication's faculty profile.

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The Bachelor of Science programs in Biomedical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Science, and Mechanical Engineering are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET,