About Civil Engineeing

From the design of highrise buildings, bridges and foundations, to the development of sustainable construction, environmental, water, and transportation systems, civil engineers have been leading infrastructure development for society since the dawn of civilization. The Civil Engineering Program at AUD provides the comprehensive undergraduate education required for private practice and public service in civil engineering, as well as continuing education at the graduate level. Our faculty expertise covers a broad range of technical areas, including structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, construction engineering and management; environmental systems; hydraulic engineering and water resources; and transportation systems engineering.

Throughout our programs, emphasis is placed on the application of fundamental principles of civil engineering and the utilization of the latest software and tools within a robust curriculum. Students learn how to design and develop structural, geotechnical, transportation, and hydraulic infrastructure, and manage environmental, water resources, and construction projects. The program culminates into a field experience and an interdisciplinary capstone design project in which students integrate their technical knowledge, communication skills, and professional education to solve actual engineering problems.

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