Civil & Environmental Engineering has never been in greater demand. Who’s going to improve infrastructure in the 21st century? Speed School graduates.
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Degrees Available: Undergraduate, Graduate, Doctorate
From our metropolitan Louisville location just minutes away from rural areas and nature preserves, Speed School students are uniquely situated to ask vital questions: How should cities and towns function within our environment?
The groundbreaking research conducted on our campus, and in the wider community, has the potential to save lives. That’s hardly an understatement when you consider the implications of flooding, earthquakes, and other natural disasters, as well as road safety and wastewater treatment.
What You’ll Study
- Water resources
- Geotechnical engineering
- Structural engineering
- Transportation engineering
Areas of Research for Advanced Degrees
- Urban infrastructure
- Advanced materials for infrastructure systems
- Structural heath monitoring
- Structural performance evaluation
- Geothermal energy and its application
- Soil behavior under extreme conditions
- Smart, safer, and sustainable transportation systems
- Stormwater control
- Wetland ecosystems
- Stream restoration
Explore Our Degree and Certificate Offerings
Regardless of the stage in your engineering journey, Speed School gives you options to reach your goal. Our undergraduate degree earns you a Bachelors of Science in 4 years, with an option to acquire a masters degree in only one additional year. Our graduate options will give you a professional advantage or take you into more advanced research. Find your trajectory, as an undergraduate, graduate student, or professional.
Check your Undergraduate Flight Plan
The Flight Plan is a structured, measurable guide for your academic success and growth. Our award-winning academic counselors will work with you to find your optimal path to graduation.
Eleven engineering graduates participate in the doctoral hooding ceremonies on December 13, 2019.
In partnership with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Louisville District, the CEE department hosted a Lunch & Learn seminar series for CEE senior students in fall 2019