Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

Drexel’s Civil Engineering undergraduate program is broad and flexible, covering the entire range of civil practice from environmental to structural design, and from project management to engineering materials. There is continuing emphasis on communications skills, teamwork and understanding how to divide a project into its components, design them and integrate them into a functioning whole. Students can specialize in any of the technical branches of civil engineering including Construction Management and Engineering, Architectural and Building Systems, Structural and Materials, Geotechnical and Geosynthetic, and Environmental and Water Resources.

Undergraduate

  • Undergraduate (BS)

Graduate

  • Master's (MS)
  • Doctorate (PhD)

Accelerated

  • BS/MS
The Drexel Steel Bridge Team was one of 40 competitors (out of 230) to advance to the nationals in one of civil engineering’s most anticipated collegiate competitions.

Steel Bridge Team Advances to Nationals

The Drexel Steel Bridge Team was one of 40 competitors (out of 230) to advance to the nationals in one of civil engineering’s most anticipated collegiate competitions.

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