Montana State University

Civil Engineering

College Department

The Educational Activities Committee (EdAC) selected the Montana State University Civil Engineering Program as the recipient of the 2011 Walter LeFevre Honorable Mention in the large programs category for its activities in promoting licensure, ethics, and professionalism.  


Bachelor of Science degrees
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The Graduate School awards Master of Science degrees in

The College of Engineering awards a Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering, with options that include

  • Civil Engineering
  • Applied Mechanics
  • Environmental Engineering

Civil Engineering News, Information and Events

  • Montana State teams bring home wins from Reno ASC Estimating Competition :

    Montana State achieved another first this year at the Reno ASC Estimating Competition – placing in all of the five categories that Montana State competed in.  The best Montana State has done in the past was placing in three categories.  Placing 1st, 2nd, or 3rd is the Benchmark that is used to compare the success of the 40+ Universities that compete in the Estimating Competition, and Montana State will be at the top this year – ranked ahead of schools like Stanford, USC, BYU, Arizona State, Colorado State, and all the other much bigger programs throughout the western U.S.  After the Awards Ceremony, one of the Boise State coaches simply stated “The Mouse (Montana State) Roared Again.”

  • In Memoriam: Dr. Warren Jones
  • Summer online courses : Get in! Get ahead! EGEN 201, 202, 205, 335 and NEW! ECIV 331
  • 2012 Newsletter

 

 

The Department of Civil Engineering has strong affiliation with the Western Transportation Institute (WTI) and the Center for Biofilm Engineering (CBE), a graduated NSF research center. The department is also affiliated with a Montana Department of Transportation Design Unit located on the MSU campus.