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Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering

COVID 19 Information

Fall 2020 plans are fluid. Some courses will be offered online only, and some classes will be offered face-to-face using hybrid or co-flex methods. Students are advised to contact faculty members with questions. Department faculty and staff presence on campus has not yet returned to normal levels, and we are all striving to follow social distancing procedures. Please call or email for appointments to meet with faculty or staff, and be aware that you might be asked to participate in a remote meeting. Also be advised that the university requires face coverings on campus. We continue to urge students to follow all local, state, and national guidance related to the pandemic. Practice social distancing and good hand hygiene! Additional information about online tutoring and advising are available by following the Events and Opportunities link. Stay safe, stay healthy, and we look forward to seeing you all again soon!

Information about the university's COVID 19 response (including testing): http://www.tamuk.edu/coronavirus/

Information about returning to campus in Fall 2020: http://www.tamuk.edu/return/

Welcome!

Welcome to the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering at Texas A&M University-Kingsville! We offer B.S. and M.S. degrees in Civil Engineering with a broad focus in the areas of geotechnical, structural, transportation, and water resources engineering. Our B.S. in Architectural Engineering is an interdisciplinary degree that focuses on building systems engineering, structural engineering, construction management, and basics principles of architectural design.

Department Spotlight

Rising Star: Brian McFall

Dr. Brian McFall received a 2019 "Rising Star" Award from the Javelina Alumni Association.  The Rising Star Award recognizes Javelina alumni who have distinguished themselves professionally in the first 15 years since graduation.  Dr. McFall earned his B.S. and M.S. in Civil Engineering at Texas A&M University-Kingsville.  He later completed his Ph.D. at the Georgia Institute for Technology.  Dr. McFall currently works for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Engineering Alumni Dinner

CEAE attendees at the 2020 Javelina Engineering Alumni Dinner included alumni Betty Alba, Michaela Huebotter, Shannon Matis, Jina (Balogh) Fuentes, Victor Murillo, and Joe Alvarez. Student volunteers at the event included: Kaley Dodd, Richard Rowland, Maria Garcia, Victoria Esquivel, Jacob Tenison, Abigail Gritton, and Sydney Diaz. Thanks to all of those who helped make the evening a success!
ASCE students working on the concrete canoe.
ASCE students working on the concrete canoe.

Our Mission

The mission of the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering at Texas A&M University-Kingsville is to create a respectful learning environment that prepares graduates to meet industry needs, demonstrate professional responsibility, and pursue fulfilling careers.