Graduates of our program will be able to:
- explain and apply selected principles from basic and applied sciences to solve common engineering problems,
- explain and apply principles and practices from five civil engineering disciplines to solve common civil engineering problems, and, in addition, be able to analyze and design solutions for more complex problems in at least three civil engineering disciplines,
- demonstrate relevant skills associated with contemporary civil engineering practice including written and oral communication, computer proficiency, appropriate engineering laboratory techniques, and
- explain by way of several examples the societal context of civil engineering practice including the importance of civil engineering works to society and contemporary issues from at least three civil engineering disciplines,
- explain basic concepts in management, business, and public policy,
- explain the professional and ethical responsibilities of engineering practice including the significance of licensure and the need for life-long,
- demonstrate an interest in liberal arts and the Judaeo-Christian humanistic tradition.