Kansas Civil Engineering Schools

Civil Engineering Schools in Kansas
State Facts
Civil Engineering Schools in Kansas:
4
Undergraduate Programs:
4
Graduate Programs:
2
Schools With On-Campus Housing:
3
Average Classroom Size:
19 Students
Largest School:
Johnson County Community College
(31,764 Students)

If you're looking to become a civil engineer in Kansas, now is a good time. You'll be able to find a suitable course of study at one of Kansas's fine institutions of higher learning, and you'll also be sure to find much gratification in studying subjects like math, science, architecture, ethics, and basic business. Some of the best minds in the field of civil engineering are in Kansas, and state-run programs at universities and schools of higher learning are not terribly expensive compared to the national average, including:

  • University of Kansas
  • Kansas State University
  • Johnson County Community College
  • Northwest Kansas Technical College

Civil engineering students in Kansas will learn the principles required to design and construct highways, railroads and other transportation methods as well as develop the skills needed to think through social and physical effects that can affect the planning, design and operation of work projects. The typical program results in a four year Bachelor's degree and are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

Most students in civil engineering will be required to take the Fundamental Engineering exam prior to graduation.

In order to obtain your license to practice civil engineering in Kansas, you'll want to get in touch with the Kansas State Board of Technical Professions. There is, of course, a qualifying exam, and then you will be subject to renewing your license as the state requires it. You are required to represent yourself truthfully at all turns, and you'll want to be sure that you are prepared for the test by studying both content and test-taking strategies through a school or program that offers a way to prepare to take the qualifying exam.

Now is, indeed, a good time to become a civil engineer in Kansas. The job outlook is good, and there are many state-hired engineers in your field that will be able to work as representatives of Kansas. As of May 2012, the mean salary wage was $73,670. You will also be pleased to know that there are many openings for private civil engineers to practice engineering in the state of Kansas.

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