The global need for civil, construction, and architectural engineers will only continue to grow in the coming century. Earning an Oregon State degree will give you the tools you need to make a dramatic impact on our built environment, our society, and our planet.

Our applied programs are about putting knowledge to practice. Industry-sponsored capstone projects and courses taught by industry professionals add a distinct flavor to our rich academic environment. Our graduate programs in civil engineering offer 10 distinct areas of concentration. Whatever path you choose, you’ll find great opportunities for student involvement and engagement.

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Our Majors and Degrees

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Architectural Engineering

B.S., H.B.S.
Corvallis Campus
Civil Engineering students.

Civil Engineering

B.A., B.S., H.B.A., H.B.S., M.S., MEng, Minor, Ph.D.
Corvallis Campus
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Construction Engineering Management

B.A., B.S., H.B.A., H.B.S.
Corvallis Campus, Ecampus
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Geomatics Engineering

Corvallis Campus
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Engineering Management

Certificate, MEng


Material science

Materials Science

M.S., MEng, Minor, Ph.D.
Corvallis Campus


Future Students

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