Civil and Environmental Engineering is concerned with planning, designing, constructing, and operating various physical works; developing and utilizing natural resources in an environmentally sound manner; providing the infrastructure which supports the highest quality of life Read More..
Civil Engineering is concerned with planning, designing, constructing, and operating various physical works; developing and utilizing natural resources in an environmentally sound manner; providing the infrastructure which supports the highest quality of life in the history of the world.Environmental Engineering use principles of engineering, chemistry, and biology to develop technical solutions to provide safe water, sanitation and clean air.
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers ME, MS and PhD degrees. These graduate degrees provide a more focused academic experience within an area of Geotechnical, Environmental, Structural, Transportation, Hydraulics and Water Resource Engineering. Students are provided the opportunity to work on cutting edge research with faculty who are experts in their field.
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Gilberto Urroz is an Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and a researcher with the Utah Water Research Laboratory. His areas of interest include computational hydraulics, computer applications in civil engineering, hydraulic system modeling – both numerical and physical, numerical modeling of groundwater flow and contaminant transport, flood plain hydraulics, hydraulic structures, mountain streams, civil engineering fluid mechanics, and erosion control. His research sponsors include the Utah Department of Transportation, the United States Geological Survey, the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory, the Natural Resources Conservation Service, and a number of private hydraulic and erosion control companies. He has served in the Standards Committee for the International Association of Hydraulic Research, and in two technical committees of the Hydraulic Division, American Society of Civil Engineers.
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The undergraduate Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineeringprograms are accredited by the Engineering AccreditationCommission of ABET www.abet.org