Ranked third in U.S. News & World Report's 2010 Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs
Bucknell's facilities and instrumentation allow students to participate as active learners, not as observers, in laboratories.
In September of 2013, the Class of 2014 went on a two-day field trip to Baltimore, Md. and Washington, D.C., led by Professor Beiler and Professor Toole. The trip included visits to construction sites that provided students with exposure to various civil and environmental engineering sub-disciplines.
Many students in the Civil & Environmental Engineering Department here at Bucknell University are involved in intercollegiate athletics. Our engineering students not only excel in the classroom but also on the playing field.
ENGR 290: Engineering in a Global/Societal Context - Learn More
Planes, trains, automobiles – bridges, landfills, high-rises too!
In Bucknell's civil engineering and environmental engineering department, you will get the background you'll need for your first job in engineering and the critical thinking and communications skills to bolster you throughout your life.
So plan on planning a safer highway, protecting a delicate ecosystem or reducing playground injuries. Bonus! In our liberal arts environment, you'll also develop your writing, communication and critical thinking skills to take your career to the next level.
Bucknell professors identify teaching as their number-one priority and they welcome close interactions with students.
The program strikes a balance between modern computer applications and "hands-on" engineering.
Bucknell's civil and environmental engineering majors learn about global and societal concerns, ethics and sustainability when making engineering decisions.
Selected students can participate in the Institute for Leadership in Technology and Management, a joint effort with Bucknell's School of Management. The goal of the two-summer institute is to bring engineering and business students together to prepare the next generation of technology managers.
All civil and environmental engineering students participate in multiple field trips to major construction sites and other civil engineering works, including a three-day trip during their senior year.
Interest in green building design, climate change action and sustainable development is growing throughout the engineering sector. Transportation planning should incorporate sustainable techniques to enhance mobility while reducing impacts on the environment, society and economy.More about Professor Oswald Beiler
Bucknell provides opportunities for students to find summer employment in industry, government or academia. Recently, students have interned at:
Each year, about 20 percent of our engineering students study overseas in their junior year at such locations as the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom and the University of Queensland in Australia.
For students unable to spend a full semester or year abroad, Bucknell offers a three-week program titled Engineering in a Global and Societal context.
Bucknell's facilities and instrumentation allow students to participate as active learners, not as observers, in laboratories. For example, in addition to our indoor geotechnical engineering laboratory, students participate in "field" laboratories using a full-scale drilling rig and associated in situ testing and sampling equipment.
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