Civil & Environmental Engineering

Welcome to Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) at Mizzou!

Civil and environmental engineers solve problems that directly affect daily life and health. They are vital to our nation’s effort to rebuild and repair the public infrastructure and protect our natural resources. One of engineering’s oldest disciplines, civil engineering focuses on design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, thereby strengthening the environmental, transportation, water and waste systems that we all rely upon.

Civil and Environmental Engineering is one of six academic departments within the College of Engineering at the University of Missouri.

Established in 1859, this ABET-accredited program is home to more than 400 undergraduate and graduate students, as well as 18 world-class tenured and tenure-track faculty members. The University of Missouri is one of just 34 public institutions to be a member of  the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU) and is the state’s only public Tier 1 research university.

Civil Engineering Areas of Emphasis

  • Geotechnical
  • Geotechnical engineering deals with the facilities that make up our infrastructure in, on, or made with earth materials.
  • structural
  • Structural engineers analyze and design structures to ensure that they safely perform their purpose.
  • Transportation
  • Transportation engineers develop facilities like highways, traffic signals, transit systems, airports and seaports.

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