Civil, Environmental and Sustainable Engineering undergraduate program objectives and student outcomes
The Civil Engineering undergraduate program at ASU is fully accredited by ABET, Inc. The following are the Civil Engineering undergraduate program educational objectives within three years of graduation.
- Our graduates will be employed as engineers or will be enrolled in (or have graduated from) engineering or professional graduate school.
- Our graduates will provide engineering and program management services for civil infrastructure development that protect and enhance the environment while stewarding natural resources.
- Our graduates will demonstrate professionalism and will hold positions of increasing responsibility within their organizations.
Graduates are expected to achieve the following outcomes at graduation.
- Knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.
- Ability to design and conduct experiments, and to collect, analyze, and interpret data on civil engineering applications.
- Ability to design civil engineering systems, components, and processes, in conjunction with economic, environmental, ethical, sustainability and other considerations.
- Ability to work in, and provide leadership for, diverse teams in the solution of engineering problems.
- Ability to identify, formulate, and solve civil engineering problems.
- Understanding of professional, sustainability and ethical issues.
- Ability to communicate effectively at a personal level and through written reports and oral presentations which utilize professional-quality visual aids.
- Understanding of issues and impact of engineering solutions in a broad cultural and geographical scale that extends to metropolitan, regional, national and global levels.
- Ability to engage in life-long learning and recognition of its necessity.
- Ability to take into consideration contemporary issues and environmental impact in civil engineering practice.
- Ability to use modern techniques, skills, and tools required in civil engineering practice.