Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Undergraduate
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, a component of the Roy G. Perry College of Engineering, subscribes to and supports the goals of the College and the University. One objective of the program is to produce civil engineers for leadership in the profession. As such, a primary focus of the department is excellence in civil engineering education with the ultimate goal of promoting graduate research, excellence in civil engineering practice, and professional registration in civil engineering. The Civil Engineering Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) are provided below.
Civil Engineering program graduates will:
- Have careers in civil engineering or related fields that lead to increasing levels of responsibility and leadership;
- Obtain professional licensure/certification;
- Complete graduate studies in civil engineering or related fields;
- Engage in professional development and service.
Table 1. First-time Freshmen Requirements for Admission to the Civil Engineering Program
|Academic Major||Meet PVAMU Admission Standards||High School GPA||SAT/ACT||High School Rank||THEA Passed|
|Civil Engineering||Yes||3.00||New Sat: 950/18|
Table 2. Transfer Students Requirements for Admission to the Civil Engineering Program
|Academic Major||Meet PVAMU Admission Standards||Transfer Grades||Transfer GPA (Math; Science and Engineering)|
|Civil Engineering||Yes||"C" or greater||2.50|
These tables represent a summary of admission requirements. For detailed admission requirements, see the section in the catalog pertaining to the Roy G. Perry College of Engineering college requirements.
The Civil Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.