Civil Engineering

Academic Level
Graduate, Undergraduate

Roads, bridges, skyscrapers, dams, water supply systems, pollution control, airports, railroads, and other key elements of our modern infrastructure — civil engineers play a key role in developing and maintaining them all. The complexity of these systems requires innovative engineers who are capable of applying the best and newest technologies to the ever-increasing needs of a modern society. Our original ideas, diverse perspectives, and international collaborations take advantage of the Minneapolis/St. Paul urban laboratory and the Minnesota landscape. The Civil Engineering program consistently ranks among the top 20 programs nationwide.

Student Groups

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  • American Society of Civil Engineers, Student Chapter
  • Building Engineering Technical Skills
  • National Organization of Business and Engineering

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    CEGE, ME, Chem, Math, Phys, AEM
  • Undergraduate-level classes are 1000-4000. Graduate-level classes are 5000-7000.

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