Welcome to Purdue University's Lyles School of Civil Engineering.
We invite you to explore our academic programs, our faculty and students, along with our current research. As you navigate through our web site you will learn more about the extraordinary opportunities that a Purdue Civil Engineering degree will offer you.
Purdue civil engineers are highly sought as many are the top leaders in the profession throughout the world. Our students are recruited and graduates are widely regarded as having the best work ethic in the country.
New technology as well as industry's demand for design, team experiences and interdisciplinary research evolves education and discovery. The Lyles School of Civil Engineering leads in educational discovery with nine academic engineering specialty groups: architectural engineering, construction engineering, environmental engineering, geomatics engineering, geotechnical engineering, hydraulic and hydrologic engineering, materials engineering, structural engineering, and transportation engineering.
Degrees and Programs
Incoming students are admitted to the First-Year Engineering Program, which provides a plan of study to all freshman engineering students. After satisfactory completion of the Freshmen Engineering Program requirements, students may enter the Lyles School of Civil Engineering to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE). To enhance your learning experience you may choose to study abroad or participate in the CE Honors Program.
Combined BSCE + MSCE Program
A combined BSCE + MSCE program is available for outstanding Civil Engineering undergraduate students. This program can be completed in as little as five years (non-thesis and thesis option MSCE are possible) and results in receiving both the BSCE and MSCE degrees.
The BSCE + MSCE program allows students to take up to 6 credits of graduate coursework (500 level) toward their BSCE professional elective requirement. These same 6 credits likewise count toward the MSCE degree. Additional graduate level courses taken in excess of the bachelor’s requirement may also be eligible for transfer to a MSCE program for a total of 12 credits (6 dual counted; 6 excess).
Interested students should consult the complete details of the combined BSCE + MSCE program here:
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The Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, 111 Market Place, Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202-4012 – telephone: (410) 347-7700, www.abet.org.