Want to major in civil engineering and begin building your future? You’ll benefit from declaring your major freshman year, when the civil engineering curriculum begins to differ from other engineering programs.
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering at OHIO
You want to improve modern civilization. In this program, you'll start from the ground up, learning how to transform society by developing, designing, maintaining and upgrading infrastructure like roads, bridges, buildings and water supply and waste treatment systems. Even better, you'll develop the creativity and expertise to meet the world's needs in smarter, safer, more energy-efficient ways.
Undergraduate Civil Engineering
Graduate Civil Engineering
Graduate-level study in civil engineering prepares you to explore more closely the challenges of building infrastructure and systems for the future.
Science Café features Jason Trembly exploring sustainability through repurposing legacy carbon wastes on Feb. 8January 30, 2023
Jason Trembly’s cafe will highlight the importance of reducing embodied carbon — a measurement of carbon dioxide emissions associated with the manufacture of materials.Read More
Becker uses art to develop skills in industrial and systems engineeringJanuary 27, 2023
Anna Becker loves industrial and systems engineering (ISE) because she loves problem solving, which can be fostered through creative activity like art.Read More
OHIO’s online programs among best in state, nation in latest U.S. News rankingsJanuary 26, 2023
Several of Ohio University’s online programs were ranked top in the state for veterans and among the best nationally in the latest U.S. News & World Report list of
“Best Online Programs” released this week.