Civil and Chemical Engineering Department
It is the mission of UTC’s civil and chemical engineering department to provide students with
- the knowledge and skills required for a wide range of careers and graduate study
- to provide service to the profession in our region and beyond
- to maintain a supportive environment that encourages our students and faculty to achieve
UTC’s civil and chemical engineering program produces graduates who, upon entering the work force or advanced studies:
- Have the ability to function as civil or chemical engineers
- Agree that UTC was conductive to their achieving
- Work effectively in multidisciplinary teams
- Are progressing toward professional registration
- Participate in professional societies
- Pursue graduate studies
Prior to graduation, each graduate of UTC’s civil and chemical engineering program will demonstrate:
- A knowledge of science, mathematics, physics, chemistry and engineering principles that are fundamental to the design and management of infrastructure.
- An ability to understand contemporary, societal, and global issues as it impacts the design and management of infrastructures.
- An ability to use engineering principles and modern engineering tools to identify, analyze, and solve technical problems in civil and chemical engineering including the appropriate use of computer technology
- An ability to function effectively in interdisciplinary teams and to communicate effectively through speaking and writing.
- An understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities and a need for a commitment to life-long learning and participation in professional societies
- An ability to plan, conduct, analyze, and interpret and synthesize experimental results
- An ability to design major components or process in four of the major technical specialty areas of civil and chemical engineering.