The George Mason University Department of Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering offers a Bachelor of Science in Civil and Infrastructure Engineering (CIE) that prepares graduates to practice across the spectrum of civil engineering. The degree is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
The B.S. in Civil and Infrastructure Engineering curriculum educates graduates to identify solutions that address the most pressing civil infrastructure needs of our built environment. These include: transportation, water resources, environment, structural, geotechnical, construction engineering, and land development. The curriculum focuses on educating students not only in the science and application of engineering tools, but in their integration for engineering practice. Students are trained to conceive, develop, design, construct, maintain and renew these systems in a complex urban environment, whether they are working in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, or the megacities of Asia, whether they are addressing the small towns of America’s heartland or the villages of the developing world.
Entry Requirement: Year 11
Intakes: January, August
Course Duration: 4 Years