Marquette University campus

Overview

The Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering offers two degree programs giving the student an opportunity to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering and in Construction Engineering and Management. The undergraduate degree program in civil engineering allows students to declare and earn a major in environmental engineering or civil engineering.  In addition, the undergraduate degree program in civil engineering allows students to specialize in construction engineering and management, environmental and water resources engineering, structural engineering and structural mechanics, and transportation engineering and planning.

News

Three Students Advance in the Water Environment Federation National Competition

Dr. Patrick McNamara featured in ScienceNews

Events

Fall 2014: Environmental Engineering Seminar Series

September 24, 2014: Dr. Jeremy Brill will present on evaluating the options for phosphorus compliance

 


Civil, Construction and Environmental

Civil and environmental engineers design and build the infrastructure of civilization: highway systems, airports, water treatment systems, waste treatment systems, buildings, bridges and cities themselves.

Apply: Undergraduate

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Advisory Councils

Co-op and Internship

Faculty and Staff

Short Courses



Contact

 

Dr. Christopher Foley
Department Chair
Professor

(414) 288-7030
C2E2@marquette.edu

 



Catholic and Jesuit

Research Yearbook

The faculty of the college extend knowledge on engineering’s many frontiers.

Marquette Hall

Engineering Beyond Boundaries

The world is getting smaller, while its challenges become more global.

Student on campus

Peak Performers

Get to know Engineering Hall’s new generation of tech-rich labs.