University of Michigan - Civil & Environmental Engineering Program
500 S State St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
The CEE undergraduate programs at the University of Michigan are traditional four-year programs of study resulting in Bachelor of Science in Engineering degrees in either Civil Engineering (BSE CE) or Environmental Engineering (BSE EnvE). There is also an option to earn a Minor in Environmental Engineering. Students in both degree programs receive a broad-based education and the rigorous preparation to succeed in a variety of careers and graduate fields within engineering and beyond.
Main Focus Areas:
• Construction Engineering and Management
• Environmental Engineering
• Geotechnical Engineering
• Hydraulics and Hydrological Engineering
• Materials Engineering
• Structural Engineering
• Water Quality and Health
• Earth Systems
• Environmental Fluid Dynamics
• Environmental Policy and Sustainable Infrastructure
Interdisciplinary and Research Experiences:
Civil and environmental engineers typically work on open-ended design problems in interdisciplinary teams. To acquire these types of experiences as a student, we encourage undergraduates to seek out research project experiences with faculty at the University.
Sequential Undergraduate/Graduate Studies (SUGS):
Students who do well in our undergraduate program are encouraged to consider graduate study. The SUGS program is available for students who graduate with a GPA of 3.5 and above. The program allows students to complete a Master’s degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering in one additional year by applying their undergraduate technical electives to both the bachelors and masters degrees.