Civil & Environmental Engineering
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Civil and environmental engineering can be divided into the focus areas of:
- water resources
- project management
Engineers in this profession are responsible for the the planning, design, construction, and operation of facilities such as buildings, bridges, water systems, transit systems, etc. The management of the environment as it relates to these facilities is also addressed. A knowledge of the basic subject areas of mathematics, chemistry, physics, biology, and computer science are necessary to solve the problems in civil and environmental engineering.
Created on March 2005. Last updated on August 18, 2016
Civil & Environmental Engineering Web Resources
Professional engineering societies usually have student chapters. To get involved with a student chapter on this campus see the information on the department's website.
Civil Engineering is a component of the work of many Utah state agencies. Check out their websites for pertinent information and contacts.