The Civil and Environmental Engineering program provides a basic civil engineering education with depth in the areas of environmental engineering, structural engineering, structural mechanics, and transportation. Civil and environmental engineers continue to make vital contributions to the solution of current issues of modern society such as pollution control, transportation, bridges, water resource development, and wastewater treatment.
Undergraduate and graduate Program Educational Objectives and Student Outcomes are listed below. These are aligned with ABET definitions and documentation. The following table defines our equivalence between ABET and SACS terminology.
|ABET NOMENCLATURE||SACS NOMENCLATURE|
|Program Educational Objectives||Program Objectives|
|Student Outcomes||Learning Objectives|
Please refer to the CEE 2008 ABET Self-Study Report for results of the assessment methods and a summary of "ActionsTaken for Improvement" in the BSCE program.
Please refer to the 2008 CEE MS Self-Study Report for the results of the assessment methods and a summary of the actions taken to improve the MSCE program.