At graduation, Civil Engineering Program graduates:
1. Design civil engineering components and systems.
2. Demonstrate creativity, in the context of engineering problem-solving.
3. Solve problems in the structural, construction management, hydraulic, and geotechnical discipline areas of civil engineering.
4. Solve problems in mathematics through differential equations, calculus-based physics, and general chemistry.
5. Design and conduct experiments, and analyze and interpret data.
6. Function effectively on multidisciplinary teams.
7. Describe the roles and responsibilities of civil engineers and analyze the issues they face in professional practice.
8. Use modern engineering tools to solve problems.
9. Write effectively.
10. Speak effectively.
11. Incorporate knowledge of contemporary issues into the solution of engineering problems.
12. Draw upon a broad education necessary to anticipate the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context.
13. Are prepared and motivated to pursue continued intellectual and professional growth—as Army officers and engineers.
14. Explain the basic concepts of management.
15. Explain the basic concepts of business and public policy.
16. Are leaders of character.
A few years after graduation, Civil Engineering Program graduates:
1. As Army leaders, solve complex, multi-disciplinary problems effectively, to include:
a. recognizing and fully defining the physical, technological, social, political, business and ethical aspects of a complex problem;
b. using a methodical process to solve the problem; demonstrating creativity in the formulation of alternative solutions;
c. using appropriate techniques and tools to enhance the problem-solving process;
d. working effectively on teams; and
e. developing high-quality solutions that consider all dimensions of the problem.
2. Provide appropriate civil engineering expertise to the Army, when called upon to do so
3. Communicate effectively.
4. Continue to grow intellectually and professionally - as Army officers and as engineers.