Civil Engineering and Construction Management
The Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering and Information Technology offers programs in Civil Engineering and Construction Management.
A civil engineer works in the oldest branch of engineering and is typically engaged in design, construction, operation and maintenance of facilities and infrastructure. With its emphasis on applications rather than theory, Georgia Southern’s distinctive curriculum provides students with a broad exposure to four major areas within the discipline of civil engineering – environmental, structural, geotechnical and transportation.
Careers – In Georgia and other states in the U.S., the Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree along with the appropriate number of years of experience, and passing two 8-hour examinations, qualifies a graduate to become a licensed Professional Engineer.
The College of Engineering and IT’s Department of Civil Engineering and Construction Management offers an accredited degree program of Construction Management taught by highly qualified faculty.
Careers – The Bachelor of Science in Construction degree program prepares individuals to be leaders in the construction industry. Construction managers facilitate project design and construction by managing resources, understanding construction contract law and dispute resolution, being knowledgeable of safety standards, and estimating costs and timelines.