ABET Accreditation: Construction Engineering
The College of Engineering enthusiastically embraces its unique role as the singular intellectual and cultural resource for engineering instruction, research, and outreach within the state. It provides the people of Nebraska with comprehensive engineering academic programs to fulfill their highest aspirations and ambitions.
The missions of the College of Engineering at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln are to:
- deliver relevant and challenging educational programs to attract an outstanding diverse student body
- prepare graduates for rewarding careers in their chosen professions and encourage graduates to extend their level of knowledge through lifelong learning
- conduct leading edge research advances engineering science and stimulate the intellectual development and creativity of both students and faculty,
- extend exemplary engineering service and transfer knowledge that contributes to the well-being and betterment of society.
Program Educational Objectives
Professional Achievement: The ConE program prepares graduates to become Licensed
Professional Engineers and Certified Professional Constructors.
Career Achievement: The ConE program prepares graduates to contribute to society by working in an occupation related to the architecture-engineering-construction industry.
The University of Nebraska Construction Engineering faculty requires its program graduates to demonstrate the following capabilities:
- Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
- Design, conduct experiments; analyze, interpret data
- Ability to design a system, component, or process within constraints
- Function on multi-disciplinary teams
- Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
- Understand professional and ethical responsibility
- Communicate effectively
- Understand the global impact of engineering solutions
- Recognize the need for and engage in lifelong learning
- Know contemporary issues
- Use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools for engineering practice.
The tables below are a summary subset of ten year enrollment data for the Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Complete enrollment data for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln may be viewed in the Institutional Research and Planning Data Index.
The table below is a summary subset of ten year graduation data for the Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Complete graduation data for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln may be viewed in the Institutional Research and Planning Data Index.