You probably know what an architect does, but what about a civil engineer? Civil engineering involves the long-term planning and maintenance of the human habitat. From sidewalks to cities, civil engineers are charged with the task of developing civil infrastructure while also serving as stewards of the environment.

A dual degree in architecture and civil engineering combines these big-picture issues with hands-on design and planning. At Catholic University, you will take courses in architecture and engineering along with core classes in the liberal arts that will develop your critical thinking and writing skills.

The interdisciplinary professional training offered by the dual degree in architecture and civil engineering will make you a competitive candidate in the job market after graduation. You will be armed with a strong technical foundation, hands-on design experience, and a broad base of knowledge in the liberal arts.