See the department in action.
20.3 million in research expenditures
156 ongoing research projects
13 winners of CAREER and other NSF young faculty awards
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Construction of our new home on Centennial Campus has started! Fitts-Woolard will house the department and future generations of engineering students. We are scheduled to move in for the Fall 2020 semester. The building will provide modern laboratories, collaborative workspaces for students and faculty, and a dedicated work area for student groups.The College of Engineering is responsible for raising a substantial portion of the building’s cost. We continue to ask for financial partners to achieve our goal and have created many ways for alumni and friends to participate. Contact Lora Bremer for details. firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-513-0983
Explore our Research Areas
Learn by Doing
Through its state-of-the-art facilities and advanced computer resources, the department integrates education and research, giving our undergraduate and graduate students opportunities to solve real-world problems in classroom, field and laboratory settings.
- B.S. Civil Engineering
- B.S. Construction Engineering
- B.S. Environmental Engineering
- Master and M.S. Civil Engineering
- Master and M.S. Environmental Engineering
- Ph.D. Civil Engineering
- Master of Civil Engineering
- Master of Environmental Engineering
Broaden Your World
Co-op Experience: Gain hands-on job experience while pursuing your degree, and get paid for it, through the Cooperative Education Program.
Study Abroad: Engineering has no borders. Employers value graduates with second languages, and exposure to international cultures. Study Abroad will introduce you to engineering from a global perspective and help you build your confidence in navigating new surroundings.
Donations help the CCEE department evolve and keep pace with the latest technology, while giving our students the skills, global awareness and sense of responsibility they need to make a difference in the world. Consider supporting the department today. Follow our Give Now link to donate to the Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering Enhancement Fund.