BSCE: Civil Engineering
The bachelor of science in civil engineering (BSCE) program prepares students for a professional career in civil engineering. Major areas of technical concentration are environmental, geotechnical, structural and water resources engineering.

BSEVE: Environmental Engineering
The goals of the BSEVE program are to develop a broad understanding of environmental engineering, its relationship to the physical, chemical, health, and earth sciences, and its interaction with the humanities, arts, and social sciences. The comprehensive view of environmental engineering comprising the program includes treatment; health, safety, and risk assessment; pollution prevention; modeling and simulation of environmental systems; and the design and operation of engineered works.

BSE-AS: Architectural Studies
A bachelor of science in engineering with a program in architectural studies is available for students interested in a professional career in architecture or in the historical, aesthetic, and engineering aspects of buildings and other structures.

BSE-EH: Environmental Health
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers a BSE program in environmental health. This course of study is particularly appropriate for students wishing to pursue a professional career involved in public health, the health sciences, and such activities as risk assessment and regulatory affairs.