Civil Engineering & Environmental Science

Civil engineering is all about sustainably helping people and the natural world. LMU students may specialize in Water Resources, Environment, Structural and Construction, Geotechnical, Transporation, and Sustainability. Environmental Science is an interdisciplinary field of study that integrates physical and biological sciences, and engineering (including Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Earth Sciences) in the study of the environment, and the solution of environmental problems.



Calucag turned her internship working on the new Life Sciences Building into a full-time job after graduation.
Civil Engineering Professor Jeremy Pal discusses how climate change impacts the impoverished, including a collaborative effort to help cities adapt.
With California’s mandatory water restrictions in place, Professor of Civil Engineering Joseph Reichenberger talks about the state’s drought and the water forecast.
Civil Engineering major wins engineering scholarship.