Academics > Undergraduate Studies
The CEE undergraduate programs at the University of Michigan are traditional four-year programs of study resulting in Bachelor of Science in Engineering degrees in either Civil Engineering (BSE CE) or Environmental Engineering (BSE EnvE). Both the degree of Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE) in Civil Engineering and the degree of Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE) in Environmental Engineering are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET (www.abet.org).
There is also an option to earn a Minor in Environmental Engineering. Students in both degree programs receive a broad-based education and the rigorous preparation to succeed in a variety of careers and graduate fields within engineering and beyond.
Students who do well in our undergraduate program are encouraged to consider graduate study. The SUGS program is available for students who graduate with a GPA of 3.5 and above. The program allows students to complete a Master’s degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering in one additional year by applying their undergraduate technical electives to both the bachelors and masters degrees.
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Tau Beta Pi: The Engineering honors society provides free tutoring for courses commonly taken by engineering students.
Engineering Learning Center: The Engineering Learning Center (ELC) is a valuable resource for academic support for engineering students, offering services such as 24-hour study space, CAEN-supported computers, and peer tutoring.
I’ve Got Your Back (IGYB): IGYB is a student organization that provides resources to form study groups, workshops in effective studying, and free tutoring.
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