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Civil Engineering

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.

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Researchers pave way toward technical, human solutions to aging infrastructure

Deb McAvoy

On a late-June day 60 years ago, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed into law the Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956, which pledged $25 billion to construct 41,000 miles of what would become the Interstate Highway System – and the largest public works project in American history at the time.(read more)