The All-University Core Curriculum provides a broad background in communication, liberal arts, humanities, and social sciences. In addition to offering courses in the various sub-disciplines of Civil Engineering , the Civil Engineering curriculum covers design practices, information technology, technical communications, project management, and engineering ethics.
The Civil Engineering program from Colorado State University culminates in a year-long, term-based, senior capstone design experience. Preparation for high-level professional practice is emphasized. The Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam is the first step toward registration as a Professional Engineer (PE), an important professional credential for civil engineers. Thus, students in this major are strongly encouraged to take the FE exam prior to graduation. Graduates of our Civil Engineering major consistently have a passing rate on the FE exam that is significantly above the national average.
Participation in internships, volunteer activities, professional organizations, and cooperative education opportunities is highly recommended to enhance practical training and development. Graduates who pursue advanced studies are prepared for higher level technical responsibilities.
The current national focus on the need to replace and upgrade the nation's infrastructure means that employment opportunities for students who obtain a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from CSU should be plentiful in the foreseeable future.
Civil engineers are employed in many different organizations, including small and large consulting firms, local, state, and federal governmental agencies, and industrial companies such as construction, petroleum, and aerospace firms. Civil engineers also may find opportunities in specialized design, research, and teaching.
Some example job titles for graduates with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering (BSCE) include, but are not limited to, civil engineer, transportation engineer, hydraulic engineer, water resources engineer, structural engineer, geotechnical engineer, geoenvironmental engineer, groundwater engineer, hydrologist, urban/regional planner, infrastructure engineer or manager, contract administrator, construction engineer or manager, building construction inspector, facilities engineer or manager, industrial transportation specialist, industrial designer/engineer, construction materials engineer, irrigation engineer, mining engineer, mining and petroleum research engineer, technical sales engineer, and educator.
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- General Chemistry
- Civil and Environmental Engr
- Engineering Graphics and Computing
- College Composition
- Calculus for Physical Scientists
- Physics for Scientists and Engineers
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DisciplinesIndustrial & Systems Engineering Civil Engineering & Construction General Engineering & Technology View 583 other Bachelors in Civil Engineering & Construction in United States
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- All first-year freshman students apply using the Common Application.
- Personal Statement - What we call a “personal statement” is called the “personal essay” in the Common Application. This short writing piece is your opportunity to help us understand what makes you unique, to share a talent or element of your identity that’s important to you, to describe what you are passionate about, or to highlight an accomplishment you’re proud of.
- Submit your most recent transcripts or mark sheets. We will ask for additional materials if necessary.
- All decisions are provisional until a final, official transcript verifying graduation is received.
- Only transcripts sent directly from the school or stamped and sealed are considered official.
- If a record is not in English, a certified literal English translation must accompany the transcript.
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In-State12874 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 12874 USD per year during 48 months.
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