CEE is housed in the John D. Tickle Engineering Building which received an Outstanding Post-Secondary Project Design award from American School and University Magazine for its “welcoming image and unique departmental identity.”
Water Resources Engineering
Over 100 peer reviewed journal articles published per year.
|Full-time PhD Lecturers||2|
|Chairs of Excellence||1|
CEE undergraduate courses taught by faculty with PhDs is greater than 85%
Racial Diversity: 15%
|Current Enrollment||Annual Degrees Awarded*|
|BS: 331||BS: 67|
|MS: 79||MS: 36|
|PhD: 74||PhD: 9|
Median Semesters to BS Degree: 9
Post-BS Placement (Graduate School or Employment): > 85%
CEE faculty and students have access to 11 state-of-the-art research centers and institutes.
Baker Center for Energy and Environmental Policy
Center for Environmental Biotechnology
Center for Transportation Research
Hydraulic and Sedimentation Laboratory
Institute for a Secure and Sustainable Environment
Tennessee Water Resources Research Institute
Joint with ORNL
Joint Institute for Advanced Materials
Joint Institute for Biological Sciences
Joint Institute for Computational Science
National Transportation Research Center
Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation
Collaborative Sciences Center for Road Safety
On-campus Laboratories: > 30
Annual Budget Excluding Research: $5.5 M
Annual Research Expenditures: $8 M
Tickle College of Engineering is ranked 34th among undergraduate public engineering colleges according to U.S. News and World Report.
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering is ranked 33rd among graduate civil engineering programs at public universities according to U.S. News and World Report.