Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Bachelor of Science in Construction
Engineering & Management
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering
Program and Career Focus Civil engineers build durable infrastructure to support our communities with safe and efficient energy, shelter and transportation, see CE Careers. Construction engineers design reliable processes and build quality structures that enhance our living and working environments, see CEM Careers. Environmental engineers eliminate hazards and develop sustainable solutions to keep our air and water clean and the land safe for habitation, see ENE Careers.
CODA Change of Degree Audit to declare major Students who complete first-year engineering requirements can apply to CODA into one of our department's degree programs.
Total CreditsCredit hours required to graduate 126 127 127
Current Enrollment See CCEE enrollment data provided by Office of Institutional Research and Analysis
Undergraduate Thesis Option Requirements and Form
Jobs and Salary

Civil Engineers Occupational Outlook and Salary
Environmental Engineers Occupational Outlook and Salary
Bureau of Labor Statistics

How to Apply CCEE Admission Information

Go beyond the bachelor's degree

Join a Professional Organization

Get involved in department organizations to network and learn more. There are many engineering student organizations to choose from in the college.

Get an Advanced Degree

Your job may take you away from campus, but you can still get your master's degree. Look at the MCE and MENE degrees offered by Engineering Online, or the MS or PhD.

Plan Your Career

Co-op and internships give you work experience while pursuing your degree. Our nationally recognized Engineering Career Fair gets you hired!

Become a Global Engineer

Engineer without borders! Consider study abroad and international degree programs in engineering. Learn other languages and cultures to expand your career horizons.

Explore Research

NCSU is a world-renowned research university with significant faculty research. Look into undergraduate research or consider an advanced degree.

Become a Licensed Engineer

The Professional Engineer (PE) license is the engineering profession's highest standard of achievement and assurance of quality. Learn how to get your PE.

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