Recognized as a regional leader in civil and environmental engineering education, the University of Idaho offers degree programs at the bachelor's, master's and doctoral levels, including a non-thesis M.Engr. degree in Civil Engineering and a non-thesis M.S. degree in Geological Engineering, both of which are available on-line through Engineering Outreach.
Our graduates can be found in virtually all of the major organizations hiring civil engineers in the Pacific and Inland Northwest and in many other locations throughout the U.S. and the world. Many of these graduates are partners or officers of their organizations. They work for consulting engineering firms, state and federal agencies, and construction contractors. They design and build highways, bridges, water and wastewater conveyance systems, water and wastewater treatment plants, dams, airports, structures and foundations for buildings, and other constructed facilities. They develop plans for managing traffic, preventing landslides on mountain roadways, and managing the quantity and quality of water in streams, lakes and reservoirs.