Civil and Environmental Engineering

Degrees

Civil and Environmental Engineering Programs

Be a part of helping society face the infrastructural challenges of the modern world. Civil engineers work on topics as diverse as environmental sustainability, transportation automation, structural optimization and hazard resiliency.

The BS degree in civil and environmental engineering is accredited by the Engineering Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). 

Undergraduate Degree Program
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BS CiE)

Study the wide range of civil engineering including fundamental topics in geotechnical, construction, structural, water resources, transportation and environmental engineering.

Accelerated Program

Earn a master’s degree in as little as one year after your bachelor’s degree through our accelerated BS to MS in Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Graduate Programs
Master of Science in Civil Engineering (MS CiE)

Further your study and exploration of civil engineering, focusing on specific or multiple areas of civil engineering such as environmental and water resources, geotechnical, structural or transportation systems.

The MS CiE (with a transportation focus) is also available online.

PhD in Civil Engineering (PhD CiE)

Conduct leading-edge research alongside faculty in areas such as environmental and water resources, geotechnical, structural and transportation engineering.

Graduate Certificate
Construction Management Graduate Certificate

Obtain fundamental knowledge and skills needed to pursue a career in the construction management industry.

Contact Information
Director of Undergraduate Studies:

Sarah Orton
ortons@missouri.edu
573.884.5089

Director of Graduate Studies:

Maria Fidalgo
fidalgom@missouri.edu
573.884.6777