The Civil Engineering Program prepares students for design and management of civil infrastructure including water resources, geotechnical engineering, structural engineering and transportation. The program is based upon the San Diego State University program and is positioned for international accreditation according to the American Board of Engineering and Technology standards. Graduates can be expected to gain positions in the private or public sector in design or management positions of utility companies, municipalities, engineering consulting companies or the manufacturing and mining sector. There is a strong demand for qualified engineers and the salary growth is strong both locally and internationally while the local market is currently critically undersupplied and internship opportunities are currently being filled during the second year of studies on the San Diego State University joint degree operating in Tbilisi. There are also opportunities for graduates to continue their study abroad in San Diego or other international universities at a Master’s or Doctorate level.

3 reasons to study Civil Engineering program at Ilia State University:

  • ABET "American" track accredited programs that have been positively reviewed by American experts

  • Programs follow the American learning style of broad general education supplementing technical subjects

  • Civil Engineering Program includes broad directions in many infrastructure areas (see the lab descriptions here), as compared with traditional Soviet inherited programs which are focused in only one direction

Program Duration: 8 Semesters (240 credits).

Academic Degree: The Degree of Bachelor of Civil Engineering

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