B.S. Civil Engineering

Public health. Safe structures. Sustainability in the environment.

Gonzaga's Civil Engineering combines technical excellence, experiential learning, and the Jesuit 'care of the whole person' to give you the tools and knowledge to serve civilization.

Gonzaga's Civil Engineering program is small enough to develop strong academic relationships between students and faculty. Faculty are not only active in research, they are industry practitioners bringing a wealth of experience into the classroom.

Technical electives provide a deeper experience with a specialty field (subdisciplines) such as environmental engineering or structural engineering.

The Bachelor of Science in Civil engineering degree program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, https://www.abet.org, under the General Program Criteria and the Civil and Similarly Named Engineering Programs Program Criteria.

The World is Our Lab

Study Civil Engineering in the Field...

In addition to great laboratory spaces, Gonzaga Civil Engineering students work around Spokane and the Inland Northwest!

... and Study Abroad!

Civil engineering students can spend a semester in Florence, and can study sustainability practices in the Netherlands with Gonzaga in Delft!

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About Gonzaga Civil Engineering


Civil graduates working or pursuing Master's within 1 year of graduation


Civil Engineering students intern before graduation


pass the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam (average, past 18 months)


Female (2020 Fall Enrollment)

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