The Civil Engineering Department at the University of San Diego is offering a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering and civil engineering hydraulic engineering.
“The future is brighter than ever before, but we are going to have to wait for more data,” said Daniel F. Goglia, dean of the College of Engineering.
Goglia said the university has the capability to provide students with training and career opportunities that they would not have previously had access to, including engineering internships and internship positions with industry.
“We have a lot of opportunities,” Goglie said.
Gobra says he’s hopeful that students will come back with a degree in hydraulic engineering or civil engineering.
He said there are more than 5,000 people who have received an engineering degree in the United States.
“If you can take that to a school in the states and get an engineering school, that’s really a great way to do it,” he said.
The Civil Engineering degree is offered through the San Diego State University College of Science and Technology, which is part of the University System of California system.
The program was designed to be a three-year program, meaning students can choose from a number of options, including the B.S. or M.S./Ph.
D. courses, Goglias said.