Majors, Minors, and Certificates
The B.A.E degree is a five-year program that includes a senior thesis project done throughout the 5th year.
Select students will be able to participate in a combined B.A.E./M.A.E. program. Successful completion of twelve additional credits will allow students to graduate with these two degrees. Eighteen of the credits must be at the graduate level.
Select students may elect to perform an integrated B.A.E./M.S. program.
Undergraduate option areas:
Construction focuses on the planning, management, design, and construction phases of building projects.
Lighting/Electrical includes the skills and knowledge necessary to create high-quality lighting systems and safe and effective electrical distribution systems.
Mechanical combines a strong background in buildings systems with mechanical engineering fundamentals to design systems that provide quality environments for people.
Structural learns the skills to design structures that successfully integrate structure, environmental systems, and architecture.
Residential Construction Minor
The object of the Residential Construction Minor is to provide an opportunity for students to gain an understanding of the residential building construction topics and issues with an emphasis on sustainable land development, design, construction of residential buildings, and construction management of residential projects.
Residential construction is a unique interdisciplinary field that draws upon civil and architectural engineering, architecture, real estate, management, finance, marketing disciplines, and design principles including economical, safe, and serviceable structural design, green building systems design, sustainable land development, and construction management.