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Throughout history, civil and environmental engineers have designed and built facilities that have advanced civilization and provided for a higher standard of living. We continue that tradition today, developing sophisticated new technologies and approaches to meet many of society's greatest challenges—aging infrastructure, pollution, sustainability, global climate change, drinking water and energy needs, traffic congestion, and natural disasters, to name a few. Civil and environmental engineers are responsible for the planning, design, construction, operation, and retirement of facilities essential to modern life.

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Delaware combines the best aspects of smaller, teaching-oriented colleges and larger, research-oriented institutions. We offer accredited programs in both civil engineering and environmental engineering. Both programs are flexible, allowing students to choose a focus from multiple possible concentrations. All of our courses are taught by our faculty, who bring the expertise and excitement of their laboratory, field, and industrial experience to the classroom. Students take advantage of a wealth of unique opportunities, including study abroad, undergraduate research, internships, and the honors program, while studying and living as part of a stimulating, friendly department community.

See Academics->Undergraduate Programs for more information about the undergraduate degrees and requirements.

See Academics->Courses for a complete listing of CEE courses.

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