The CEE 3954: Bridges, Builders & Society class will be taught in Spring 2024 again, but this time in the UNITED KINGDOM!!
The mandatory travel from May 12-24, 2024 to Scotland (Glasgow, Inverness & Edinburgh) and England (Newcastle, London, Plymouth, Bristol, Bangor and Conwy). The spring class will be taught by multiple professors from our structural engineering & materials faculty members. Students will then travel to Europe with Dr. Roberts-Wollmann and another leader to see the bridges (& other structures) and visit communities impacted by civil engineering. The program fee is $3,300 and small scholarships are available for BS/CE majors through the CEE department. Basic information can be found here (updates are still in progress) and the application will open in early August. The deadline to apply will be November 1, 2023, but HURRY as the program may fill up early. See pictures from past programs (click Europe at the bottom of the page).
Students will be abroad from approximately August 17-December 8, 2024. Dr. Roberto Leon will be the faculty leader and instructor. Contact Lindy Cranwell, email@example.com, for questions about applying to this program.
Spend your Fall 2024 semester in Europe at the Steger Center in Riva San Vitale, Switzerland! Excursions around Switzerland, Germany and Italy will be included in the program.
Students will take:
CEE 3684: CEE Materials (must C- or better in each of the following: CHEM 1035 &1045, GEOS 2104, ESM 2204, and CEE 2814)
CEE 3404: Introduction to Structural Engineering (must have C- or better in ESM 2204)
CEE 3954: Study Abroad – Bridges, Builders, & Society (must have C- or better in ESM 2204)
More (3 more credits): Options include other courses at the Steger Center or online courses in CEE or VT.
Students will pay outlined Steger Center tuition, fees, and room & board (see the Bursar’s website). Additionally, students will have a program fee of approximately $6,000 that will cover expenses for field trips, long excursions, transportation in Europe for programmed trips, and several excursion trip meals. Students will need to purchase their own airfare to Europe and back to the USA.