Students who qualify for graduation from the Civil Engineering Program will demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the following:
Engineering Design - Ability to apply a systems engineering approach to derive, formulate and address physical, functional, and financial requirements, and create Civil Engineering systems and subsystems, that satisfy clients needs.
Analysis û Ability to identify, formulate and execute problem solving approaches using scientific and engineering principles, select and utilize proper analytical tools including modern computer solutions, and interpret information to solve Civil engineering problems.
Experimentation and Statistical Analysis û Ability to design experiments to investigate scientific or engineering questions through selection and use of methods and equipment for data collection, performance of proper statistical analysis on data, and interpret results to obtain useful answers.
Professional Context û Understanding of the role of engineers in society through consideration of global, cultural, social, economic, and ethical issues while making responsible engineering decisions.
Communication û Ability to gather information from varied sources, resolve inconsistencies, integrate that information into the task objective, and convey ideas, concepts, and relationships in oral and written forms to achieve desired results.
Teamwork ûAbility to organize and/or participate in an appropriate multi-disciplinary project team, execute effective team processes, and produce required deliverables.
Life-Long Learning û Understanding the need for, and the value of, sustaining career growth, professionalism, and productivity after graduation.
Boise State University is accredited by the Northwest Commission of Colleges and Universities (NWCCU
Facts & Figures
Financial Aid: No
International Financial Aid: No
Classification: Master's College or University I
Loans Offered: Federal student loans are available to U.S. citizens.
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