Students in the BYU Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering work with nationally renowned professors, as they prepare for professional involvement in structural, water resources, environment, geotechnical (soils), and transportation engineering.
Civil Engineers are employed in industry, private consulting, and government. Industries employing many civil and environmental engineers include construction, transportation, aerospace, petroleum, and mining. Many civil engineers enter private consulting practices, and many eventually establish their own firms.
There are a vast variety of careers and job opportunities within the field of Civil Engineering.
With a Civil Engineering Degree you can work for engineering consulting firms, architectural firms, construction companies, as well as in Federal, State, County, and City engineering departments.