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Online Civil Engineering Programs

Civil engineers can be found working in architectural services, nonresidential building construction, and all levels of government. In order to qualify for a career in civil engineering, you must generally hold a bachelor's degree in the field. Typical coursework in a civil engineering program includes specialized civil engineering courses, technical and programming electives, and upper division courses in engineering and applied science.

Civil engineering is the most popular branch of engineering, with the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reporting about 256,000 civil engineers employed in 2006. The career is also expected to see growth of 18 percent through 2016, thanks to general population growth and the need to improve national infrastructure.

Many adult students choose to pursue their civil engineering degrees online because of the convenience online learning offers. With an online degree, your learning environment is facilitated by trained professionals ready to help you meet your goals.

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