Montana Tech Department of Civil Engineering
Montana Tech's Civil Engineering Department empowers students to identify and solve complex engineering problems by applying engineering, science, and mathematics principles through the ABET-accredited bachelor’s degree in civil engineering at Montana Tech. A Master's degree option is also available. Dedicated faculty are at the forefront of their field, with numerous opportunities to assist in ongoing research available to both graduates and undergraduate students.
For all students
This ABET-accredited program boasts a 10:1 student-to-faculty ratio. Your professors will know you and your goals, and help you reach them. In addition to hands-on class time, you can expect an immersive program where internships and research opportunities are integrated so you walk onto your first jobsite after graduation fully prepared.
A Master of Science student may elect to focus on Civil Engineering. Within the civil engineering field, students may opt to further concentrate focus on structural engineering, geotechnical, and water hydraulics or hydrology fields. Thesis and non-thesis options are available. Research is encouraged.
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Montana Technological University has partnered with Mantra Health, a telemental health provider, to offer virtual mental healthcare options for students during daytime, evening, and weekend hours.
Meet the faculty that guides our department, and explore their areas of expertise and research.
The American Society of Civil Engineers allows you to network and compete in competitions. Learn more about the student chapter and how to support the club's efforts.
We're proud of our accreditation by the by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET.
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Associate Professor, Department Head