Pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree at Embry-Riddle means students benefit from ERAU’s high-technology atmosphere, offering unique hands-on opportunities whether they pursue a civil engineering career in transportation, aerospace, or elsewhere. This program provides the foundation necessary to pass the Fundamentals of Engineering exam and become a professional engineer.
The demand for civil engineers educated in the fields of airports, transportation, aviation and aerospace planning, and analysis and design is strong and is expected to grow rapidly in the future. Space utilization and exploration initiatives are certain to produce further demand for civil engineers with aerospace interests.
Civil Engineering graduates are sought-after candidates for jobs in many fields, including airport design and construction, roadway infrastructure, alternative energy development, municipal systems, and more.
A Civil Engineer can work in just about any populated part of the planet. Graduates are not limited to following an industry; every municipality employs Civil Engineers, for example.
Students can participate in the annual American Society of Civil Engineers’ steel bridge contest, complete a senior design project, and explore opportunities in research.
The Civil Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET
Housed in the Civil Engineering Department of the College of Engineering, the B.S. in Civil Engineering program gives students the tools they need to make an impact in tomorrow’s world, engineering transportation networks, and other infrastructure.
The program takes advantage of ERAU’s advanced technological capabilities to give students the following unique opportunities:
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The contest challenges students to design and build solar-powered houses that are affordable.