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Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
Begins every Fall (August), Spring (January) & Summer (May)
- 135 Credits
- 6+ Years to Complete
- Recorded Lectures with On-Campus Labs
- Deadlines for Lessons/Exams
- ABET Accredited
With the University of North Dakota’s ABET-accredited distance engineering degree program, you can earn your Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering while you continue to live and work in your local community. Through online learning, employees from the following areas have earned their bachelor’s degrees while continuing to work:
- Departments of transportation
- Consulting firms
- State agencies
UND’s distance engineering degree program prepares you for the responsible practice of professional engineering and provides you with the necessary skills to advance your civil engineering career. You will receive a well-rounded education that emphasizes creativity, critical thinking, and communication skills.
As part of the distance engineering program, you will:
- gain the knowledge and skills required to analyze and solve problems related to the field of civil engineering.
- be able to design and conduct experiments, as well as analyze and interpret engineering data.
- receive the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, societal, and economic context.
- be qualified to practice civil engineering in a wide range of professional settings including consulting firms, government agencies and industries.
As a civil engineer, you may work in the areas of:
- engineering design and development
- project management
- contract administration
- technical support
- water resources
- geotechnical engineering
- structural engineering
- site development
- wastewater engineering
- transportation engineering
- environmental regulation
UND’s civil engineering program emphasizes the areas of environmental engineering, geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, and water resources engineering.