If you want to design and build the foundation for a modern society, then civil engineering at Jewell is the major for you.
You will learn to solve some of the most important issues facing humankind today – such as deteriorating infrastructure, water sources and purification, clean and renewable energy, limited resources, pollution and public health.
Design and Build a Modern Society
To prepare you for this vital role, Jewell’s civil engineering degree is designed with an emphasis on the environmental, social and economic impacts of our decisions. These are the defining elements of providing sustainable solutions that you will experience across the curriculum and the focus of engineering at Jewell.
Civil engineering is a broad and continually changing field, and that is precisely why a degree from Jewell will uniquely prepare you to address the needs of the profession and our society. Your education will include technical content from four areas within civil engineering – environmental, geotechnical, water resources and structural. But it doesn’t stop there. As a Jewell educated engineer, you will also enjoy the benefits of a broad base of learning skills, a depth of intellectual perspective, and the critical thinking skills necessary to lead and make a difference in the world around you.
As a civil engineering major, within a few years of graduation you will be engaging in professional engineering practice or graduate study. You will be able to confidently analyze and design a structure, system or process, with mindful consideration of the aesthetic, economic, societal, ethical and environmental impacts of your design. You will be ready to advance into leadership positions in your profession and in service to your community. In addition, you will value lifelong learning to remain an effective professional through participation in professional societies, professional licensure and knowledge of contemporary issues.
After graduating with a degree in civil engineering from William Jewell College, you will have the ability to:
- apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering;
- design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data;
- design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability and sustainability;
- function on multidisciplinary teams;
- identify, formulate and solve engineering problems;
- execute professional and ethical responsibility;
- communicate effectively; and
- use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.