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Civil Engineering Student Resources

Resources provided to help students stay on course to graduation.
BYU-Idaho's Engineering laptop requirements enable students to work in an “anywhere, anytime” mode.
We encourage you to meet with your faculty mentor throughout your academic studies.
Some courses are only taught during certain semesters. Review the course availability schedule as you plan your classes.
BYU-Idaho offers many diverse societies for students to participate in, learn valuable skills, and make connections for their futures.
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Learn more about internships and how to find them.
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BYU-Idaho's engineering programs are ABET Accreditated.
Get help planning classes and getting help with academic questions.
Recommended Course Sequence
Use the course sequence list to assist you in planning your classes and path to graduation.

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Program Objective and Learning Outcomes
Review the Program Objectives and the Student Learning Outcomes for the program to help you understand what you can expect by participating in the Civil Engineering program.

Review Objectives and Outcomes

Civil Engineering Grants

The following sites can be used to search and apply for grants to help fund your studies. These sites will ask you to provide some information to reduce the list of grants to those more applicable to you and your chosen major.

Professional Licensure

Mechanical engineering is a respected profession that is charged foremost with maintaining public safety. Like those in the law and medical professions, many mechanical engineers in positions of responsibility are required to be professionally licensed.

Professional licensure is regulated at the state level, and licensure requirements may vary from state to state.

To become professionally licensed, all states require a minimum level of education, typically a B.S. degree in mechanical engineering from an ABET accredited school, several years of professional experience working with licensed professional engineers, and satisfactory completion of the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam (FE exam), a standard 8-hour exam.

Civil Engineering Graduate Programs At Regional Universities

UniversityURL for ME Graduate Program
Arizona State University
Boise State University
Brigham Young University
Clemson University
Colorado State University
Idaho State University
Montana State University
Montana Tech of the University of Montana
New Mexico State University
Oregon Institute of Technology
Oregon State University
Pennsylvania State University
Portland State University
Saint Martin's University
University of Arizona
University of British Columbia
University of California, Berkeley
University of California, Davis
University of Colorado
University of Idaho
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
University of Nevada, Reno
University of New Mexico
University of Southern California
University of Utah
University of Washington
University of Wyoming
Utah State University
Washington State University