The BS in Cybersecurity degree program is designed to meet the fast-growing demand for computer scientists with expertise in cybersecurity. In addition to studying foundational computer science courses, students will learn crosscutting concepts and skills in confidentiality, integrity, privacy, risk, adversarial thinking, and security analytics. The curriculum emphasizes hands-on coursework and experiential learning and covers topics on security related to data, software, hardware, connection, cyber systems, and cybersecurity threats impacting organizations and society.
Curriculum designed for you by industry experts and academic leaders.
State-of-the-art laboratories equipped with cutting-edge hardware and software, allowing students to gain hands-on experience in simulating cyber-attacks, analyzing threats, and developing effective defense strategies.
Strong partnerships with industry leaders, government agencies, and cybersecurity professionals, providing you with networking opportunities, internships, and potential career paths.
Renowned faculty experts with extensive industry experienceand a passion for mentoring students.
A thriving cybersecurity community consisting of student organizations, hackathons, and cybersecurity competitions.
Making a difference
At WSU Tri-Cities, civil engineering students have the opportunity to work on research projects that make a tangible difference in the community. Students solve real-world problems inside and outside of the classroom.
Associate Professor Yonas Demissie is studying the the impact of climate change on military infrastructure and the consequences of increased nitrates and phosphors from farming practices in the Midwest.
A team of students at WSU Tri-Cities developed an ultra-high-performance cementitious composite grout. The grout has the potential to be used in a variety of applications, such as bridge construction.
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You will take courses that cover a wide range of subjects in civil engineering, which could include:
Reinforced concrete design
Physicochemical water and wastewater treatment
Decision-making for sustainable and resilient infrastructure
Civil engineering faculty members bring real-world experience into the classroom while students apply this knowledge to solve problems using the latest technology.
The WSU Tri-Cities civil engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET – the most prestigious accreditation awarded to a civil engineering program. Accreditation assures that a program has met quality standards set by the profession. To employers, graduate schools, and licensure, certification, and registration boards, graduation from an accredited program signifies adequate preparation for entry into the profession.
Career outcomes in civil engineering WSU Tri-Cities civil engineering graduates exceed state and national passing rates on the national Fundamentals of Engineering Exam. Students are well-equipped for a multitude of careers in the industry.
WSU Tri-Cities and Pullman alumni from the past 10 years who work in Washington State have the following occupations and estimated salary:
Estimated salary of civil engineering alumni
Jobs held by WSU civil engineering graduates: Civil Engineer | Industrial Engineer| Mechanical Engineer | Environmental Engineer| Electrical Engineer