CCEE offers a diverse range of program opportunities for undergraduate study. Our goal is to provide innovative and high quality programs that support the many and varied interests of our students.



If you are thinking of coming, the links here should help you plan a visit, help you choose a major  and learn more about financial aid and scholarships. In addition, the Freshman Engineering Program is specially designed to help you transition from high school to college.

The UA Office of Undergraduate Admissions is the source for applying to attend the UA College of Engineering. If you can’t find the information you need, contact or Greg Singleton.

Architectural Engineering, BS

Architectural engineering emphasizes planning, design, construction and maintenance of buildings. While architects focus on a building’s form and function, architectural engineers focus on how the building works.

Civil Engineering, BS

The University of Alabama’s bachelor of science in civil engineering program is one of the oldest in the country. We have designed the bachelor’s program to be one of the most innovative engineering degree programs, allowing students maximum flexibility to select courses that will benefit them the most in support of their own career aspirations.

Construction Engineering, BS

We have designed the BSConE degree to be one of the most innovative construction engineering degree programs available, allowing students to combine their interests in construction and engineering in preparation for a rewarding career in the construction profession.

Environmental Engineering, BS

Environmental engineers use the principles of engineering, geological science, biology, physics and chemistry to develop solutions to today’s environmental problems.


Required courses and electives needed for an engineering or computer science degree may also count toward the minor. See Requirements for Department Minors for more information. A student majoring in an engineering program may earn a minor in engineering or another division of the University, such as chemistry, mathematics or business. The Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering offers the following minors:

Architectural Engineering, Minor

A minimum of 22 credit hours; classes include structural and construction engineering, and integrated building design.

Civil Engineering, Minor (for non civil engineering majors)

A minimum of 25 credit hours; classes include environmental, structural and construction engineering and highway design

Construction Engineering, Minor (for non construction engineering majors)

A minimum of 18 credit hours; classes include construction and safety engineering and construction cost estimating

Environmental and Water Resources Engineering, Minor

A minimum of 18 credit hours; classes include environmental and water resources engineering and air pollution

Structural Engineering, Minor

A minimum of 15 credit hours: classes include structural analysis, structural mechanics, and steel, concrete, and wood design

Transportation Engineering, Minor

A minimum of 15 credit hours; classes include highway design and construction and traffic engineering

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Student Resources

Architectural Engineering,
Civil Engineering Advisor

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Christy Hayden

Academic Advisor
Engineering Student Services

Construction, Environmental
Engineering Advisor

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Ross Van Velsor

Academic Advisor
Engineering Student Services

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CCEE Community

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International Programs

The College of Engineering proudly supports study abroad through a variety of innovative and exciting programs, including these faculty-led summer programs.

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Honors Program

The Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering offers an undergraduate Honors Program for students who seek to be challenged by both independent and team projects and receive additional distinction with their undergraduate degrees.

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Accelerated Master’s Program

The Accelerated Master’s Program is designed specifically for outstanding students to help complete the requirements for both the bachelor’s degree and a graduate degree in less time and at a reduced cost.

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