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Bachelor of Civil Engineering

Why this degree?

Civil engineers conceive, plan, design, construct, operate, and maintain the facilities and systems that serve the basic needs of society, such as providing clean drinking water and protecting the environment. They design and build sustainable roads, bridges, buildings and other structures that facilitate the efficient delivery of goods, services and utilities.This degree program prepares students to practice professionally in a competitive global environment, working as efficient team members and leaders in the planning, construction or operation of infrastructure systems.

You are eligible to apply if...

You meet the admissions requirements to be admitted to Auburn University. Freshman and transfer application requirements can be found at http://www.auburn.edu/admissions/prospectivestudents.html.

To complete the program you must...

Complete the  Bachelor of Civil Engineering curriculum, which includes required and elective courses in seven civil engineering specialty areas: construction engineering and management; environmental engineering; geotechnical engineering; hydraulic and hydrological engineering; pavements and materials engineering; structural engineering and transportation engineering.

What can you expect?

You can expect outstanding interaction with our award-winning faculty and a focus on hands-on, practical laboratory and field experiences. Once admitted into the Bachelor of Civil Engineering program, you will work with our Student Services Coordinator to develop your plan of study. Ashley Winfree, student services coordinator, can be reached at sandeaa@auburn.edu

Applying for the Bachelor of Civil Engineering

Undergraduate Admissions

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