Civil and Environmental Engineering
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CIE) is one of four departments in the College of Engineering and Computer Science
that offers a broad range of programs leading to the B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. The strength of the Department is in our faculty/staff and students. Among the CIE faculty is a University Professor (appointed by the University for his excellence in research and scholarship), three Meredith Professors (appointed by the University for their excellence in teaching and mentoring), a National Science Foundation CAREER award recipient, and a Fulbright scholar. In addition, three CIE faculty members have received the College's Crouse Hinds Awards for teaching excellence.
The CIE Department is affiliated with two research centers – The Center for Environmental Systems Engineering
and the Geofoam Research Center
. Some CIE faculty members are also associated with the Syracuse Center of Excellence (CoE
) in Environmental and Energy Systems. All faculty members in the CIE Department are well-respected authors and scholars, and all are active in teaching, research and professional service. Our students are highly qualified and motivated. Many of our graduates are currently enjoying successful careers in the field of Civil and/or Environmental Engineering, and are contributing their talents and experiences to the betterment of the profession and society.
Our undergraduate programs are accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET)
. The Department offers courses in a variety of technical areas such as environmental, geotechnical, materials, hydraulics, structural, transportation, and water resources engineering. Students enroll in our program can also take courses from the nearby campus of State University of New York Environmental Science & Forestry (SUNY ESF)
in the areas of construction management and landscape architecture. The rigor and flexibility of our programs not only prepare students to embark on challenging careers upon graduation, but to pursue advanced degrees in their areas of interests.
Our graduate programs are focused in three areas: Environmental, geotechnical and structural engineering. The College and Department support and maintain a variety of computational and experimental laboratories for use in teaching and research in these disciplines. Graduate students work closely with their faculty advisors on a variety of research projects funded by federal, state, and private agencies, and receive individualized attention from the faculty. To help finance their studies, highly qualified students are often offered financial aid in the form of university fellowships, college grant scholarships, research assistantships and teaching assistantships.
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