The University of Central Florida Civil, Environmental, and Construction Engineering Department has over 1000 undergraduate students pursuing one or more of three undergraduate degree programs.

The Civil Engineering program is concerned primarily with fundamental civil engineering design and analysis in such areas as geotechnical engineering, transportation engineering, water resources engineering, structural engineering, and environmental engineering.

The Environmental Engineering program is concerned primarily with the interactions of humans and their environment and the planning, design, and control of systems for environmental quality management for water, land, and air.

The Construction Engineering program, one of only sixteen such programs in the U.S., is concerned with preparing students for the engineering management of construction projects by developing skills for the selection of construction methods and processes, construction project planning and control, and resource management.

The undergraduate degree programs are each 128 credit hour programs and requirements include a project design course and a capstone design course which encourages students to synthesize knowledge from earlier courses to solve real-world engineering problems. In short, these three programs are majors that build civilizations and improve quality of life and are intricately involved in the sustainment of society's basic needs yesterday, today, and tomorrow.