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Most Popular Schools for General Civil Engineering Major & Degree Program

A program that generally prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of structural, load-bearing, material moving, transportation, water resource, and material control systems; and environmental safety measures.


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Rank School Name Students % of Total Total On-Campus Cost
1 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 342 3% $29,086
2 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 313 4% $26,165
3 Texas A & M University-College Station 286 2% $21,051
4 University of Florida 285 2% $19,103
5 University of California-Berkeley 268 3% $33,319
6 Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus 268 5% $23,384
7 University of California-Davis 260 3% $33,066
8 Purdue University-Main Campus 252 3% $23,242
9 California State Polytechnic University-Pomona 236 5% $22,571
10 University of Washington-Seattle Campus 219 2% $27,034
11 Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus 212 2% $33,592
12 North Carolina State University at Raleigh 206 3% $22,184
13 The University of Texas at Austin 205 2% $26,156
14 Clemson University 202 4% $28,502
15 California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo 200 5% $24,285
16 Stanford University 198 5% $60,749
17 University of Colorado Boulder 186 3% $28,887
18 Iowa State University 181 3% $18,920
19 Missouri University of Science and Technology 179 8% $21,798
20 Arizona State University-Tempe 177 1% $23,837
21 Ohio State University-Main Campus 170 1% $25,479
22 University of Maryland-College Park 167 2% $23,734
23 University of Central Florida 166 1% $20,839
24 University of California-Los Angeles 166 2% $32,416
25 University of Wisconsin-Madison 163 2% $23,931
26 New Jersey Institute of Technology 157 7% $31,484
27 San Diego State University 156 2% $25,068
28 University of Minnesota-Twin Cities 156 1% $25,281
29 San Jose State University 153 2% $23,629
30 Norwich University 153 10% $49,655
31 University at Buffalo 151 2% $23,316
32 Columbia University in the City of New York 149 1% $64,144
33 University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez 141 8% $3,844
34 California State University-Sacramento 137 2% $23,209
35 University of South Florida-Main Campus 134 1% $20,760
36 Texas Tech University 134 2% $21,601
37 Oregon State University 132 3% $23,559
38 Auburn University 131 2% $25,282
39 Washington State University 129 2% $27,697
40 University of California-Irvine 129 2% $30,504
41 Northeastern University 127 2% $58,096
42 Michigan Technological University 126 8% $26,375
43 Florida State University 125 1% $21,543
44 Brigham Young University-Provo 124 2% $17,496
45 University of Massachusetts-Amherst 124 2% $26,282
46 California State University-Fullerton 123 1% $23,505
47 Florida International University 123 1% $22,968
48 Universidad Politecnica de Puerto Rico 122 17% $9,860
49 California State University-Long Beach 120 1% $22,106
50 Colorado State University-Fort Collins 120 2% $23,203
51 University of Delaware 120 3% $25,612
52 The University of Texas at Arlington 119 1% $22,234
53 Rutgers University-New Brunswick 118 1% $29,468
54 Carnegie Mellon University 115 3% $62,032
55 University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus 114 1% $32,126
56 University of North Carolina at Charlotte 114 2% $19,080
57 Drexel University 113 2% $57,870
58 Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College 111 2% $23,227
59 University of Michigan-Ann Arbor 111 1% $26,240
60 University of Nebraska-Lincoln 111 2% $22,246
61 Manhattan College 110 13% $52,005
62 Cornell University 107 2% $61,618
63 University of Kentucky 106 2% $23,732
64 University of Utah 105 1% $21,920
65 The University of Alabama 101 2% $27,000
66 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 100 6% $61,820
67 University of Illinois at Chicago 100 2% $29,320
68 University of Missouri-Columbia 97 1% $22,943
69 University of Hawaii at Manoa 94 2% $22,996
70 The University of Tennessee-Knoxville 93 1% $27,450
71 Michigan State University 91 1% $24,648
72 University of Iowa 91 1% $20,691
73 Utah State University 90 2% $17,720
74 George Mason University 90 1% $25,335
75 University of New Hampshire-Main Campus 90 2% $30,300
76 University of Louisville 87 2% $22,796
77 Portland State University 86 1% $23,528
78 Syracuse University 85 2% $57,450
79 University of Massachusetts-Lowell 84 3% $24,961
80 University of Connecticut 83 1% $27,244
81 University of Nevada-Reno 83 2% $22,600
82 North Dakota State University-Main Campus 82 3% $19,460
83 West Virginia University 82 1% $18,375
84 University of Kansas 82 1% $22,277
85 Clarkson University 81 10% $57,514
86 University of Arkansas 81 2% $22,212
87 Mississippi State University 80 2% $21,670
88 Villanova University 80 3% $58,736
89 California State University-Fresno 79 2% $20,682
90 Worcester Polytechnic Institute 78 5% $58,060
91 The University of Texas at San Antonio 78 1% $20,598
92 Montana State University 77 3% $19,452
93 Stevens Institute of Technology 77 3% $60,554
94 Polytechnic Institute of New York University 77 5% $59,570
95 Kansas State University 74 2% $21,331
96 California State University-Chico 71 2% $22,362
97 University of South Carolina-Columbia 70 1% $24,804
98 CUNY City College 69 2% $26,631
99 University of Houston 68 1% $22,463
100 University of Minnesota-Duluth 68 3% $23,355

This list indicates the number of students that completed the Civil Engineering, General program at the schools above.
It is not necessarily an indicator of academic rigor or quality of education.
Note that some schools do not have enough data to be ranked, and these schools will not appear in our lists.