Civil, Architectural & Environmental Engineering
Welcome to the Department of Civil, Architectural & Environmental Engineering (CAEE). CE and its subfields are the broadest type of engineering. Besides environmental and civil/city design, there is also hydrology, transportation, structural design and construction. Are any of these areas right for you? (more about AE/CE) best paid, pay career
UDM is an exciting place to study Civil or Architectural Engineering. Our co-op program will put you to work with engineers so you can earn money, gain experience, and make contacts for when you graduate. We also have several good scholarship opportunities. (more)
The cooperative education (internship) program is our most unique feature. In four years at UDM, students earn a bachelor's degree and get one year's job experience, plus money to support themselves in school. (more)
The co-op program has an educational aspect. Since you are doing engineering at a job as you learn it, both learning and job performance are reinforced. Are you curious what courses you would take at UDM?
One of the courses is our Senior Capstone Project Course. It is supervised by practicing engineers who bring in real projects. (more)
Several of the CE and AE courses are labs. Our faculty members all have practical experience and are involved in advanced research. Much of this research is done in the labs.
UDM is much more than a place of learning. It is the place where you will grow, and meet many new people who will be your friends for the rest of your life. (more)
Congratulations: Eric Tenazas, University Transportation Center Student of the Year.
UDM has brought back Architectural Engineering (AE). The program had been combined with Architecture for many years, but now is a unique program again. (more)
For more information, contact:
Dr. Alan Hoback
Chair of Civil, Architectural & Environmental Engineering
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: (313) 993-1578