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, coastal, 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. Civil Engineering at UNF offers an ABET accredited BS degree as well as Master's degrees. Our alumni find success in top tier companies and graduate schools across the country.
Academic Programs and Policies
Prospective students (incoming freshmen, transfers, and graduate students) are encouraged to explore the academic programs and policies for the various CE programs. CE is part of the School of Engineering at UNF. There are academic policies that apply across all engineering majors and disciplines. Be sure to meet with an SOE Advisor often to ensure you are on the right path to graduation.
BS Degree Civil Engineering
Certificate - Port and Coastal
MS Degree Civil Engineering
MS Degree Coastal and Port Engineering
School of Engineering Policies
Block Schedules and Curriculum Maps
Engineering courses are progressively complex, relying on a carefully designed sequence of courses which must be taken in the proper order. Since many courses have multiple prerequisites, it helpful to use a curriculum map to understand the path to graduation. Each curriculum map details the required courses and course sequences for a specific catalog year. Your catalog year is defined by the year you enrolled at the university. Curriculum maps are provided below, with the most recent catalog year first. If you are unsure of your catalog year, please consult an SOE Advisor. The curriculum map is an aid, and not to be used in lieu of academic advising.