Our Program

The Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at the University of Wisconsin Platteville offers a wide range of courses in each of the major disciplines of Civil and Environmental Engineering. From these courses, students may tailor their education to specialize in a specific concentration of Civil Engineering or Environmental Engineering.

Objectives and Outcomes

Our goal is to provide students with a professional practice-oriented educational background that will enable them to enter and succeed in their future careers. More information on objectives and outcomes for each degree program found here.


The course work required for a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering is composed of 124 credits. More info...

The course work required for a Bachelor of Science Degree in Environmental Engineering is composed of 126 credits. More info...

A complete list of course listings can be found in the Online Catalog published annually. More info...

Degree Programs

The Civil Engineering Program gives students a broad background in all areas of civil engineering, while permitting specialization in the senior year.  Practical applications are emphasized with sufficient theory so that the individual can grow with the future as new materials, methods and designs develop.

Environmental Engineering Program provides a balance between basic science, engineering science and engineering design.The purpose of the curriculum is to develop in each student a thorough understanding of the underlying environmental principles in the basic sciences along with practical applications in engineering design.

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