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Undergraduate Degrees

Civil Engineering

Learn how to plan, design, construct, and maintain public works and structures like roads, bridges, while also examining the environmental impacts and natural disaster mitigation techniques to solve problems and improve lives.

Environmental Engineering

Take the opportunity to solve real-world problems through research that can benefit human lives and improve the environment, as well as gaining valuable hands-on experience in the field with professors and internships with experts.


Study the planet, its composition, history, and structure as you explore energy and resources, learn to evaluate potential hazards, and more to make a positive impact on how humans interact with and utilize Earth.

Geology: GeoWorkforce

Through geology, learn the scientific, hands-on, and professional skills necessary in the modern workforce.


Study math in a versatile degree program while you enjoy the collaborative environment of a close-knit department with broad applications, from computational math to actuarial science to data- and technology-driven analyses.

Mechanical Engineering

Learn to design and create mechanical systems and machines that function in nearly every area of industry as you gain hands-on experience in national student competitions and work with clients to create real-world designs.


Study matter, energy, and the ways they interact — from the scientific theories that guide them to data analysis and computer simulations in the field — while you take advantage of research opportunities with award-winning faculty.

Environmental Studies

Study the complex opportunities, issues, and concerns that surround humans’ relationships with nature in this interdisciplinary field, encompassing ecology, politics, economics, geography, and societal management.