Why choose SSEBE?
Build the future here.
We are addressing critical infrastructure needs in an environmentally sound manner.
Our unique blend of civil and environmental, construction engineering and construction management programs—coupled with a focus on sustainable engineering—enables us to train students who can impact the entire lifecycle of the built environment, from planning to design to construction.
Why choose the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment?
Choosing the right school for your civil engineering or construction degree is a crucial step for your career and your life.
The School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment (SSEBE) prepares you for success with core engineering knowledge, expert academic advising, world renowned faculty, innovative learning and a dedication to career advancement.
With nine degree options in three programs, SSEBE offers you a top-ranked engineering degree and a unique opportunity to match engineering with the life you’ve always dreamed of achieving.
Which degree program is right for you?
Pursuing an advanced degree with us, you can:
- analyze complex urban systems that involve quantification of risk and uncertainty in engineering design and construction
- develop green technologies from novel materials, biotechnological approaches to carbon and nitrogen cycle management and design for disassembly of urban infrastructure
- apply sustainable practices in all areas of urban infrastructure through partnerships with industry and municipal governments water resources and treatment, geotechnical management, transportation materials and analysis of transportation systems, novel composite materials, green building techniques, building information modeling and computational approaches to design.
Why choose the Fulton schools?
At the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, we build engineers. We have a strong community, passion about innovation and outstanding research opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students.
Learn more about the Fulton Schools.
Get to know us
Even before you come to campus for a visit, get a feel for campus and the Fulton Engineering buildings. Freshmen and students in Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) projects spend plenty of time working on projects in eSpace, our newest design studio. When you’re ready to come to campus, Fulton Engineering offers tours or you can spend time shadowing a current student. You can also sign up for our summer programs. See all the options and plan your visit!
Questions? Find out more
Contact the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment
SSEBE Advising Office