Invest In Our Future Through The Civil Engineering Departmental Fund
Civil Engineers design, build, supervise, and construct sustainable projects and systems in public and private sectors. Projects are wide in scope and can include: buildings, roads, airports, tunnels, dams, bridges, and municipal systems. A Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering at Montana Tech offers students courses that meet the needs in 5 areas of study: Sustainable Engineering, Water Resources Engineering, Construction Engineering, Structural Engineering, and Transportation Engineering.
The Montana Tech Civil Engineering program features strong industry collaboration and incorporation of industry professionals into its curriculum either through the teaching of select courses or supervision of senior design projects. Students are able to visit job sites and experience real-world examples through their curriculum and are prepared to graduate with strong industry connections and experience.
To help meet this need and graduate more engineers it is imperative we increase our available scholarships, invest in our department, and support experiential learning opportunities for our students provided by our student chapter of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). With your help, this DayOne we are raising funds for our Civil Engineering Departmental Fund.
The Civil Engineering program at Montana Tech is very student-centric. We are invested in the success of our students and recognize that increased Civil Engineering Scholarship dollars allow for support of current students and recruitment of future students. We also know how important it is to raise funds to support our department as a whole with a gift to the Montana Tech Civil Engineering Departmental Fund. Increased funds allow our Civil Engineering Department to best support our students, provide continued professional development for faculty, opportunities for field trips and conferences, and resources to acquire innovative and needed equipment.
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