The mission of the Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering is to educate students in the Catholic, Jesuit tradition. These students will be competent in their technical fields, appreciate the moral and ethical impact of their professional work and continue their professional development throughout their careers. The students and faculty of the department will advance the state of technical and scientific knowledge through research and provide service to civic and professional communities.
Program Educational Outcomes: Construction Engineeering and Management
To carry out the mission of the College of Engineering and the mission of the department, the Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering has established the following Educational Objectives for its Construction Engineering and Management undergraduate program. Within a few years of graduation our graduates will be able to:
- Demonstrate an appreciation for religious, moral, ethical and human values
- Apply the fundamentals of science and mathematics to engineering analysis and design.
- Apply the fundamentals of construction engineering and management based on their student opportunities to experience the construction engineering and management profession through the co-operative engineering program, service learning, summer internships and/or hands-on experience in laboratory courses.
- Communicate effectively in written, graphical and oral form.
- Be leaders within their companies and on their projects.
- Demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning.