The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers four undergraduate degrees: Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE), Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering (BSEVE), Bachelor of Science in Engineering with focus in Architectural Engineering (BSE-Arch) and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering with focus in Environmental Health (BSE-EH).
Undergraduates interested in writing a senior honors thesis should first contact their potential research advisor for approval; we suggest doing so towards the end of the junior year.
Undergraduates interested in writing a senior honors thesis should first contact their potential research advisor for approval; we suggest doing so towards the end of the junior year. Approved students should then register for CEE 95 (fall semester) and CEE 96 (spring semester).
- Senior Honors Thesis Guidelines for Engineers
- Senior Thesis Information and Support
- Undergraduate Thesis Assistance by Tisch Library
Internships provide students with an opportunity to apply various types of knowledge and skills in a field-based situation. Two internship programs are available: internships for academic credit and internships that award transcript notation but no academic credit. Each year a number of CEE majors find highly satisfying internships in industry and government service.
Students wishing to receive credit must apply through the department. Applications must describe an internship opportunity, identify a faculty sponsor, and list the deliverables associated with the internship course. Approved applicants register for 1 credit of CEE 199. School of Engineering policy limits students to receiving no more than 3 credits of internship over the course of their undergraduate program of study.