A civil engineer works in the oldest branch of engineering and is typically engaged in design, construction, operation and maintenance of facilities and infrastructure, such as buildings, roads, bridges, airports, tunnels, water supply and wastewater disposal systems. With its orientation toward applications rather than theory – the distinctive feature of the Georgia Southern Civil Engineering program – the CE curriculum provides its students with broad exposure to three major areas within the discipline of civil engineering – environmental, structural, and transportation.
Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering and Computing
|Department Website||Civil Engineering & Construction|
|Degree(s) Offered||Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering|
|Possible Employment Settings|
* May require additional education or certification.
Professional and Student Organizations
|Professional Organizations||Student Organizations|
|American Council of Eng. Companies (ACEC)||Construction Management Guild|
|American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)||American Society of Civil Engineers Student Chapter (ASCE)|
|Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA)||National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)|
|Society of Women Engineers (SWE)|
Last updated: 2/19/2020