Civil Engineering Program

Civil engineers design the built environment - the structures, roads, water supply systems, and much more - that surrounds us. The profession is broad and encompasses several technical areas including structures, transportation, geotechnics, water resources and environmental protection. Employment opportunities are plentiful in design, construction, management, teaching, and research. Employers include consulting firms, industrial companies, and government agencies and non-governmental organizations. The UNF Office of Career Services provides information on companies seeking civil engineering graduates for permanent positions or current students for employment in cooperative education positions.

Program Educational Objectives

UNF Engineering graduates will demonstrate:

  • sound engineering fundamentals.
  • strong team and leadership skills.
  • strong problem solving skills.
  • an ability to learn and advance.
  • effective communication skills.


Program Details

Note: 
Through the university governance and administrative processes, after publication of these curriculum maps, changes may occur in the academic calendar, admission and graduation requirements, academic programs, course offering, policies, and regulation. As a result, these curriculum maps should not be construed as an agreement between the School of Engineering and the reader or as an irrevocable commitment from the School of Engineering to the reader. While a reasonable effort will be made to publicize such changes, a student in encouraged to seek current information from appropriate offices, because responsibility for complying with all applicable requirements ultimately rests with the student.

2014-2015 Academic Catalog:
 
2013-2014 Academic Catalog:

 

Engineering
Civil Engineering

The School of Engineering offers a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.