Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
The Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering degree, combines the study of sciences, general engineering, design engineering and civil engineering with the study of liberal arts. Together with our Industrial Advisory Board, we have defined a critical set of outcomes and objectives for our students and alumni.
The civil engineering curriculum provides for a foundation in: mathematics, statistics, surveying, computer-aided design, theoretical and applied mechanics, fluid mechanics, hydraulic and hydrological systems, environmental engineering, geotechnical engineering, materials, engineering economic analysis, construction, structural design, transportation, ethics and professional practice.
Students graduating with a major in civil engineering will meet the program objectives and outcomes designed to exceed the requirements of ABET's Engineering Criteria. These are a comprehensive set of criteria designed to provide graduates with the technical, ethical, attitudinal and communications skills required to be a productive contributor to society and to aggressively seek life-long learning experiences.
From: University of St. Thomas Undergraduate Academic Catalog
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Plans of Study
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Undergraduate Engineering Enrollments
- Fall 2015: 637 students (Computer, Electrical, Mechanical and Engineering 3-2 programs)
Bachelor's Degrees Awarded in Engineering
- Year 2014-2015: 104 Total (88 Mechanical Engineering, 15 Electrical Engineering, and 1 Computer Engineering)