Civil & Coastal Engineering Department Admissions
The Department of Civil & Coastal Engineering has been a recognized leader in innovative educational programs and is widely considered to be among the top programs in the United States. A department with a strong emphasis on social consciousness, UF’s Civil & Coastal Engineering department continues to graduate men and women who make outstanding contributions to the public through business, industry, education, and government. We encourage you to join this ever growing population of individuals within the Gator Nation! Learn more about the undergraduate program.
Civil & Coastal Engineering offers graduate study and research opportunities in nine areas: Coastal & Oceanographic Engineering, Coastal Ecosystem Dynamics, Geosystems Engineering, Materials & Pavements Engineering, New Infrastructure Planning and Management, Structural Engineering, Sustainable Materials & Construction Engineering, Transportation Engineering, and Water Systems. Research may involve theoretical developments, physical testing, and computer modeling. The department’s entire research program is directed toward engineering for the public benefit.
We also offer a non-thesis, non-research based distance education (online) Master’s degree.
We hope that you will consider joining us and becoming a member of the Gator Nation! Learn more about the graduate program.
Environmental Engineering Sciences Department Admissions
The broad undergraduate curriculum of Environmental Engineering Sciences has earned the department a ranking as a leading undergraduate program. The ABET accredited engineering bachelor’s degree is comprehensively based on physical, chemical, and biological principles to solve environmental problems affecting air, land, and water resources. An advising scheme including select faculty, led by the undergraduate coordinator, guides each student through the program. Learn more about the undergraduate program.
The Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences offers graduate study in the following areas: Air Resources, Ecological Systems, Engineering Education Collaborative, Environmental Nanotechnology, Water Systems. Students graduating from the program will demonstrate depth in individual focus areas as well as breadth of core knowledge concepts in all areas. Learn more about the graduate program.