University of Notre Dame - Department of Civil Engineering and Geological Sciences

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The Department of Civil Engineering and Geological Sciences is home to a diverse group of faculty and students - enrolling approximately 50 graduate students per year. Our goal is to educate the next generation of engineers, professionals who are independent thinkers capable of addressing a wide range of problems. The multidisciplinary nature of the program prepares candidates for a variety of careers, from civil to environmental engineering. We offer course work, research opportunities, and experience in world-class facilities, which lead to the Master of Science in Civil Engineering, the Master of Science in Environmental Engineering, the Master of Science in Geological Sciences, and the Doctor of Philosophy.

The undergraduate program in Environmental Geosciences emphasizes the inter-relationships of geosystems and human impact on the environment in a unique curriculum.

Source: Department Website July 2010

Additional Info

  • Department Name: Department of Civil Engineering and Geological Sciences
  • Disciplines and Research Areas: Geology, Geochemistry, Hydrology, Mineralogy, Petrology
  • Degrees: BS, MS, PhD
  • State: Indiana
  • City: Notre Dame
  • Phone: (574) 631-5380