While civil engineering is an ancient concept (think Roman aqueducts and Egyptian pyramids), it couldn't be more relevant today, with an aging U.S. infrastructure and countries across the globe in need of basic structures and pure water. It's a bridge to a solid future, for you and the world.
Civil Engineers are: Analytical thinkers who figure out how things work. Innovative problem-solvers who make them work better and faster. Proactive achievers who transform ideas into actions and solve real-life issues. Preservers of the environment and promoters of safety. Advancers of civilization.
Civil engineers take on the challenge of creating and maintaining our infrastructure, and thanks to that, our world can have cleaner air, purer water, stronger buildings, safer bridges and more efficient transportation systems. Use your analytical smarts and sound decision-making to make the world stronger.
Our concentration emphasizes structural engineering and water resources engineering. However, our grads gain enough education to branch out and pursue other areas of civil engineering too.
The concentration in Civil Engineering at LeTourneau University involves a curriculum of 130 semester hours and is one of six concentrations within our Bachelor of Science in engineering degree.
To learn more about course requirements, view the course sequence.
Professor of Civil Engineering
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