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Civil Engineers design, build, and maintain the infrastructure of modern civilization. The products of civil engineering include roads, bridges, buildings, tunnels, dams, railroads, airports, docks, harbors, canals, offshore structures, water distribution systems, and waste water treatment facilities.
Mechanical Engineering is one of the broadest of all engineering disciplines, traditionally encompassing three primary subfields: energy, mechanisms and machinery, and manufacturing. Although its primary purpose could be summarized as creating and improving machines to benefit mankind, this fundamental task engages the mechanical engineer in a vast array of fascinating specialty areas.
For cadets majoring in another discipline.
Civil and Mechanical Engineering majors are able to study abroad by taking equivalent courses at the foreign institution and by completing courses via distance learning. Most C&ME cadets' schedules can be worked out to support this great opportunity.