Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering

The Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering offers undergraduate degree programs in civil engineering, construction engineering and environmental engineering, all accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, https://www.abet.org. Graduation from an ABET accredited program is the first step toward Professional Engineering licensure. The Department is among the largest and is highly ranked compared to peer programs nationwide. Faculty expertise and elective courses cover a wide range of topics including: coastal engineering, computer modelling and simulation, construction engineering, construction and transportation materials, environmental engineering, geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering, structural engineering, transportation systems, and water resources engineering. All three degree programs prepare students for engineering practice as well as graduate education and research.

Our overarching theme is sustainable infrastructure for society and our mission as civil, construction, and environmental engineers is to develop engineering solutions to better the human condition by improving infrastructure, human health, and the environment.  This includes the design, construction and operation of facilities that we use daily including roads, bridges, tunnels, buildings, clean water for drinking and recreation, transportation networks, flood control systems and much more.  We live by the principle that diversity makes us stronger and everyone has the right to be respected. Welcome to the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering.

Department Highlights:

  • The Department is now located in the new state-of-the-art Fitts-Woolard Hall on Centennial Campus.
  • The Department maintains state-of-the-art computing facilities and laboratories for teaching and research.
  • Many students gain work experience through cooperative education (Co-Op) and internships.
  • There are more than 25 student organizations and honor societies affiliated with the Department.
  • Through the generous support of industry and program alumni, many scholarships and awards are available to students, in addition to university, college, and need-based financial aid.
  • The Department offers an annual faculty led summer study abroad program, in addition to a wide range of programs offered by the Study Abroad Office in which our students participate.
  • We have numerous opportunities for students to become involved in research with faculty and we offer an undergraduate research thesis option.
  • Selected students may be admitted to the Accelerated Bachelors/Masters (ABM) program.
     

For more information about our Department, including contact information, visit our website.

Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering
North Carolina State University
Campus Box 7908
Raleigh, NC 27695-7908

Contact

Ms. Rachael Clark 
Undergraduate Student Services Specialist
North Carolina State University
Fitts-Woolard Hall, Room 3315B
915 Partners Way
Raleigh, NC 27695-7908
919.515.7626
rjclark4@ncsu.edu

Faculty

Department Head

  • J. MacDonald Gibson

Associate Head for Graduate Programs

  • S.R. Ranjithan

Associate Head for Undergraduate Programs

  • R. Seracino

Coordinator of Advising

  • T. N. Aziz

E. I. Clancy Distinguished Professor

  • E.J. Jaselskis

Christopher W. Clark Distinguished Professor

  • M.J. Kowalsky

Jimmy D. Clark Distinguished University Professor

  • Y.R. Kim

Glen E. Futrell Distinguished University Professor

  • H.C. Frey
  • F.L. de los Reyes

S. James Ellen, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering

  • D.R. Knappe

Distinguished University Professor of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering

  • M.A. Barlaz

Distinguished Professor of Civil Engineering and Construction

  • M.A. Gabr

Distinguished University Professor Emeritus

  • N.M. Rouphail
  • P. Zia

Distinguished Professor of Civil Engineering and Construction Emeritus

  • J.M. Hanson
  • S. Rizkalla

Edward I. Weisiger Distinguished Professor Emeritus

  • D. Johnston

Professors

  • S. Arumugam
  • J.W. Baugh, Jr.
  • E.Z. Berglund
  • J.F. DeCarolis
  • J.J. Ducoste
  • M.N. Guddati
  • A. Gupta
  • T. Hassan
  • M.I. Hoit, Vice Chancellor for Information Technologoy
  • G.F. List
  • J. MacDonald Gibson
  • G. Mahinthakumar
  • M.F. Overton, Vice Provost for Academic Strategy
  • M. Pour-Ghaz
  • S.R. Ranjithan
  • W.J. Rasdorf
  • R. Seracino
  • S. Underwood
  • B.M. Williams, Jr.

Professors Emeritus

  • M. Amein
  • R.C. Borden
  • R.H. Borden
  • E.D. Brill, Jr.
  • J.S. Fisher
  • A.K. Gupta
  • K.S. Havner
  • C.L. Heimbach
  • Y. Horie
  • N.P. Khosla
  • M. L. Leming
  • V. Matzen
  • J.M. Nau
  • S.W. Nunnally
  • M.S. Rahman
  • N.M. Rouphail
  • J.R. Stone
  • C.C. Tung
  • H.E. Wahls

Adjunct Professor

  • M. Breen
  • M.G. Calvi

Professor of the Practice

  • B.L. Edge
  • J.A. Rispoli

Associate Professor

  • A. Albert
  • D.F. Call
  • C.A. Castorena
  • J.C. Dietrich
  • A.P. Grieshop
  • A. Hajbabaie
  • K. Han
  • J. Johnson
  • B.M. Montoya
  • D.R. Obenour

Associate Professor Emeriti

  • W.L. Bingham
  • A.C. Chao
  • J.C. Smith

Assistant Professor

  • I.D. Akin
  • K. Anarde
  • T.N. Aziz
  • E. Bardaka
  • A. Cabas-Mijares
  • F. Garcia Menendez
  • A. Harris
  • J. Patrick
  • G. Proestos
  • A. Ziccarelli

Research Associate Professor

  • G.W. Lucier

Research Assistant Professor

  • E.J. Sciaudone

Teaching Professor

  • S.S. Welton

Teaching Assistant Professors

  • M. Kittle Autry
  • J. Miller

Lecturer

  • R.A. Nunez

Adjunct Assistant Professor

  • D.J. Findley

Interinstitutional Adjunct Faculty

  • R.A. Luettich

Director, NC Renewable Ocean Energy Program

  • G. Bonner