UA civil engineering graduates are in high demand.
More than 90% of the students receiving degrees in spring 2019 from the UA Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering and Mechanics had jobs or were accepted into graduate programs at the time of graduation. Placements ranged from large companies such as Exxon Mobil to local firms like Riley Engineering, and from the Peace Corps to the University of California, San Diego.
"Our faculty and staff work hard to give students the best experience possible during their time at the UA, and our students work hard to make the most of their education,” said CAEM department Head Dominic Boccelli. “I am proud that the diligence of these students, dedication of our educators and commitment of industry partners has paid off.”
The department offers top-notch undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs. In fact, U.S. News & World Report places the UA civil engineering graduate program at No. 36 nationally, out of more than 150 schools ranked – with even more not included in the rankings.