Undergraduate degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering
Civil engineers are concerned with all aspects of engineering, including the conception, planning, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of major physical works and facilities that are essential to modern civil life. Civil and Environmental engineering projects are typically characterized by their scale, complexity, durability, and cost. Some examples include bridges, subways, roads, tunnels, coastal facilities, dams, foundations, sewerage and sewage treatment facilities, water supply and purification systems, and various transportation facilities. Students participate in laboratory studies as well as classroom activities and become proficient in the use of computers for problem-solving and design. In civil and environmental engineering, the courses extend to the areas of structural, geotechnical, hydraulic, environmental, and transportation engineering. The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers a specialized undergraduate program accredited by ABEEK (Accreditation Board for Engineering Education of Korea).
The College of Engineering
The College of Engineering is divided into 4 schools with similar characteristics: the School of Advanced Materials Engineering, the School of Mechanical Systems Engineering, the Department of Automotive Engineering, and the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering. The most advanced courses in each major are taught by professors with the highest academic achievements and most research experience. The College of Engineering has produced numerous engineers and researchers of the highest expertise. They have in turn had a substantial influence on the development of technology and on the growth of Korea. The college will continue to expand its academic and research capabilities by hiring professors of extraordinary ability. By continuously updating our state-of-the-art facilities, students have the high-tech equipment necessary for a top-quality engineering education.
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Last updated February 11, 2018