The primary goal of the programs offered by the department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at California State University, Fullerton is to provide students with the educational background and tools required for them to excel in their intended profession in Civil Engineering.
The Civil and Environmental Engineering department offers a baccalaureate degree in Civil Engineering. Our baccalaureate degree is a 129 unit program. We admit transfer students and work with them closely to ensure that they receive all of their transfer credit in a timely manner.
The BS degree in Civil Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET,
The Master of Science degree allows students to choose one of these tracks: Structural Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Construction Engineering and Management and Geotechnical Engineering. Course offering in a specific track depends on enrollment. The graduate degree is a 30 unit program. We encourage students of all baccalaureate backgrounds to apply to our graduate program.
We invite you to browse the contents of this website to get an overview of our department. If you are considering applying to our program, we invite you to visit us to view our facilities and meet our faculty. We hope you will consider California State University, Fullerton as your school of choice to study Civil Engineering.