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 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.
February 4, 2021Ohio University professors Guy Riefler, Ph.D., and Karen Coschigano, Ph.D., are monitoring and analyzing campus wastewater to look for possible trends of COVID-19 this semester.Read More
Civil engineering junior wins National Science Foundation summer research grantApril 27, 2020The National Science Foundation has awarded Ohio University student Liz Myers, a junior studying civil engineering, was awarded a nationally competitive Research Experiences for Undergraduates grant (REU) for a sponsored summer research internship.Read More
Russ College students honored for leadership, accomplishments at Tau Beta Pi virtual award ceremonyApril 21, 2020Ohio University’s student chapter of engineering honorary society Tau Beta Pi hosted the Russ College of Engineering and Technology’s first-ever virtual event via YouTube on Saturday evening to commend students on their academics, leadership and other achievements.Read More