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Civil and Environmental Engineering Undergraduate Program

Construction Engineering (BSConE)

Construction engineering focuses on the design and construction processes required to produce facilities and systems that are essential to modern life and infrastructure. The program leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Engineering (BSConE) gives its graduates thorough training in fundamental engineering principles along with the practical business and management concepts necessary for construction professionals. The program covers many aspects of the built environment, such as bridges, roads, harbors, airports, industrial facilities, and many others.  The BSConE program is in the process of obtaining accreditation by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

Specialization Tracks

Several specialization tracks are offered for the Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Engineering.

  • Environmental Facilities
  • Foundations/Heavy Civil
  • Infrastructure/Pavement
  • Structures
  • General Civil


Each student’s program is tailored to meet the needs and interest of the student. The curriculum emphasizes a collaboration between engineering and construction management programs, with crossover courses developed with support from more than 150 construction and engineering contractors. Graduates will be ready to enter the contracting industry with the ability to obtain a Professional Engineering license. In addition to the classroom education, students can gain additional experience through a Cooperative Education Program.

Current Students

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  • certification
  • class registration
  • graduation
  • and more
Visit CEE’s Advising and Student Resources pages.

More Information

John Rarig Undergraduate Advisor (509) 335-1219 Christina Gerard Undergraduate Advisor (509) 335-6933