Infrastructure & Environment
Solve Complex Problems and Maintain Vital Systems
Civil engineers and other technical professionals help design and build infrastructure systems and facilities for government agencies and private sector firms. Since infrastructure usually involves a significant initial investment and is expected to have an extended useful life, it is essential that the design accounts for construction, operation and maintenance. Learn how to overcome environmental challenges in regards to solid waste and disposal, or understand the basics of soil engineering. If you’re a public works manager or engineer, learn how you can make the most of your dollars to build and maintain your community’s infrastructure systems. Keep your roads, streets, highways safe by learning how to predict pavement performance, and ensure your railroads are compliant with FRA 237. If water is your specialty, learn how to keep your supply safe through wastewater and treatment, or get certified in cross-connection and backflow prevention. View All Infrastructure & Environment Courses
Masters Degrees and Capstone Certificates
Satisfy Your Ethics Requirements With EPD!
Organizational and Psychological Pressures Affecting Ethical Decision-Making in Engineering is the latest offering in our series of online ethics training. Designed to help engineers deal with ethical dilemmas often caused by non-engineering pressures, this two-hour online course satisfies Wisconsin’s requirement for ethics training for PE licensure, as well many other states’ requirements. Learn from real-world case studies.Find out more.
Interactive: FAQ's About Public Water Supply in the U.S.
Do you know what it takes to maintain the nation's water supply? Check out this visual essay about the importance of maintaining and understanding where our water comes from.Find out more here.