Think Big, and Build a Solid Foundation
Study civil engineering, architectural engineering or engineering mechanics at the highly ranked University of Arizona in a department that has been educating civil engineers for more than a century.
Join the UA Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering and Mechanics. Collaborate with renowned faculty across campus to solve complex problems critical to society – including seismic safety, flood prevention, traffic control, water treatment and sustainable construction.
Earn your bachelor’s degree, master’s degree or PhD in an industry-focused UA Engineering program that values interdisciplinary collaboration and personalized instruction, with job placement rates upwards of 90%.
Prepare for a future with myriad possibilities. The world awaits you!
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Aug. 24, 2020
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Sept. 2, 2020
See where transportation systems are headed as vehicles move toward automation. UA engineers are in the driver’s seat of research in technologies like traffic light control, connected vehicles and driverless cars, which could change transportation infrastructure as we know it. Featuring Yao-Jan Wu, CAEM associate professor and Jonathan Sprinkle, ECE associate professor. The panel begins at noon and will run for approximately 45 minutes. Hosted by Dean David Hahn.
Building a Legacy
“My grandfather, a civil engineer in Mexico, built correctional facilities, bridges and other structures. My mother has a degree in architecture. I am following in their footsteps.”
Doorway to the Future
“I’ve met a lot of people and gained a lot of knowledge from my classes, work experience and extracurricular activities. The UA has opened so many doors for me.”
“I rely on partnerships with industry and alumni. It’s a privilege to be able to invest in our students.”
Satisfaction of a Job Well Done
“There is tremendous satisfaction associated with finishing the job and seeing the final product – which will often serve future as well as present generations.”