Civil and Environmental Engineering
From the pyramids in Egypt to the Panama Canal, all of the world's man-made wonders were designed by Civil and Environmental Engineers.
By definition, civil engineers are problem-solvers: they design and build roads, bridges, and other infrastructure. Environmental engineers pioneer technologies for hazardous waste site cleanup, water treatment plants, pollution control, and much more.
As a Rowan Civil and Environmental Engineering student, you'll take part in the program's popular, hands-on clinic program starting freshmen year and learn to use science to improve the world around you!
Career paths for Rowan Civil and Environmental Engineering majors include employment with municipalities, state and federal agencies as well as private contractors, consulting firms or large design firms.