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  Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering  
 


The civil engineer transforms our environment through design, construction, maintenance and inspection of infrastructure to provide the community with civil works that meet its needs in an ethical, sustainable and cost-effective manner. The courses include an educational program of technical depth and breadth as well as a broad liberal education.

 
 


The Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering has four areas of emphasis:

  • Design and analysis of structures
  • Systems and transport ways
  • Water treatment and resources
  • Soil mechanics
 
  Mission
 

Civil Engineering joins the mission of the university, which is committed to the principle of accessibility with the most disadvantaged, comprehensiveness in its offerings, and adaptability to satisfy the needs of the community served. The Institution is also committed to the development of intellect and social ethics. In addition, it accepts the responsibility of fostering among its students respect for human dignity and their personal commitment towards improving society

 
     
  Program Educational Objectives:  
 


A few years after graduation, graduates of the bachelor of sciences in Civil Engineering from Caribbean University will:

  1. Evaluate, analyze, design, develop or make decisions over CE projects by considering safety standards, codes, regulations, ethics, resource optimization, costs and available technology within environmental, economic, social and political contexts.

  2. Communicate effectively in both English and Spanish, and work in diverse, global and multidisciplinary teams.

  3. Extend their learning process through lifelong professional development or other graduate education.

  4. Become leaders in their profession and be involved in professional state board and associations.
 
     
  Student Outcomes  
     
 
  1. an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering

  2. an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data

  3. an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired need within realistic constrains such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability

  4. an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams

  5. an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems

  6. an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility

  7. an ability to communicate effectively

  8. the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context

  9. a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning

  10. a knowledge of contemporary issues

  11. an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice
 
   
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Once finishing the bachelor degree of science in Civil Engineering, the graduate can get a job in a construction, environmental, soil or design related companies, as well as, government agencies and/or pursuing a graduate degree. In addition, after getting the professional engineer license (PE), graduates can develop their own design or consulting company.

 
     
  Faculty  
 


The Faculty from the civil engineering program is compromised with the education of their students. The priority of the program is to provide the best tools to our students in order to prepare then to solve the typical problems that an engineer will face during their firsts working years and to continuous learning through their professional career.

 
 


Dr. Nelson Gómez (Coordinator)
Field of interest: Transportation
ngomez@caribbean.edu

 

Dr. Luis Campos
Field of interest: Environmental Engineering
lcampos@caribbean.edu

     

Prof. Javier Rivera
Field of interest: Surveying and Structures
jvirella@caribbean.edu

 

Prof. Raymond Rosa
Field of interest: Structures
rrosa@caribbean.edu

     

Prof. Luis Castillo
Field of interest: Soils and Structures
lcastillo@caribbean.edu

 

Prof. Carlos Osorio Gómez
Field of interest: Structures
cosorio@caribbean.edu

     

Dr. Hermes E. Calderón
Field of interest: Materials and Structures
hcalderon@caribbean.edu

 

Dr. José García Villamil (Coordinator)
Field of interest: Structures
jgarcia@caribbean.edu

     

Prof. José Correa Rivera
Field of interest: Surveying and Construction Management
jcorrea@caribbean.edu

 

Prof. Vivian Méndez Badia
Field of interest: Soils
vmendez@caribbean.edu

     

Prof. Julio González Fortuño
Field of interest: Environmental Engineering
jgonzalez@caribbean.edu

 

Prof. José Lugo Muñoz
Field of interest: Construction Management
jlugo@caribbean.edu

     

Dr. Drianfel Vázquez Torres
Field of interest: Structures
dvazquez@caribbean.edu

 

Dr. Zalleris Escobar Vázquez
Field of interest: Environmental Engineering
zescobar@caribbean.edu

     
 
     
  Contacts  
 


Dr. Hermes E. Calderón
hcalderon@caribbean.edu
787 780 0070 x1200
Director – Department of Engineering and Informatics Technology

 
     
  Events and calendar  
 


Getting Started with MATLAB Workshop, Mar 13/2014

 
     
  Student Associations  
     
 

Engineering Student Association of Caribbean University (AEICU)
Student Chapter of the Colegio de Ingenieros y Agrimensores de Puerto Rico

 
     
 

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