There are schools offering civil engineering degrees in Alabama!
Schools Offering Civil Engineering Programs in Alabama
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Each year, roughly 0.2% of Alabama students graduate with degrees in civil engineering. In other words, every year an estimated 311 civil engineers graduate from Alabama's 8 civil engineering schools.
The top-ranked school in Alabama with a civil engineering program is Auburn University, which is located in Auburn University. In 2010, it was ranked 25th nationwide. 101 students graduated with a degree in civil engineering from Auburn University in 2010. The tuition rate at Auburn University was $7,900 per year.
The second-ranked school in Alabama with a civil engineering program is Alabama A & M University, which is located in Normal. In 2010, it was ranked 51st nationwide. In 2010, Alabama A & M University graduated 9 students from its civil engineering program. Students at Alabama A & M University paid $5,800 per year in tuition fees.
The third-ranked school in Alabama with a civil engineering program is The University of Alabama, which is located in Tuscaloosa. In 2010, it was ranked 60th nationwide. In 2010, The University of Alabama graduated 85 students from its civil engineering programs. The University of Alabama charged in-state students $7,900 in tuition fees per year.
Civil engineering schools in Alabama, charge students an average tuition of $5,898 per year. But, tuition can be as much as $7,900 per year, or as little as $3,270 per year. The highest tuition rates in 2010 at Alabama civil engineering schools were charged at the following schools:
- Auburn University - located in Auburn University, students are charged $7,900 per year
- The University of Alabama - located in Tuscaloosa, students are charged $7,900 per year
- University of Alabama in Huntsville - located in Huntsville, students are charged $7,492 per year
The civil engineering schools in Alabama that charged the lowest tuition rates were:
- Gadsden State Community College - located in Gadsden, students are charged $3,270 per year
- Bishop State Community College - located in Mobile, students are charged $3,270 per year
- University of South Alabama - located in Mobile, students are charged $5,748 per year
A civil engineering degree from an Alabama school... what next?
Most people who graduate from civil engineering school in Alabama go on to work as a civil engineer. 3,730 civil engineers were working in Alabama in 2010. The largest populations of Alabama civil engineers are working in the following counties:
- Limestone County - 880 civil engineers
- Bibb County - 680 civil engineers
- Autauga County - 580 civil engineers
The government projects that by 2018, the number of civil engineers in the state of Alabama will grow to 5,290. This would require a 15% growth in the profession.
On average, civil engineers earn $76,890 per year. In 2010, however, some Alabama civil engineers earned as little as less than $26,520 per year or as much as more than $122,120 per year. A civil engineer in the following Alabama counties makes the highest salaries on average:
- Limestone County - $98,230 per year
- Colbert County - $91,860 per year
- Mobile County - $76,810 per year
The Alabama counties with the lowest average salary for civil engineers are:
- Lee County - $54,050 per year
- Cullman County - $56,410 per year
- Chambers County - $62,580 per year
The charts and graphs below have additional Alabama statistics regarding a career in civil engineering. Take a look and compare salaries with various related fields such as civil engineering or drafting.
Here are the different levels of study available for you to explore.
- Associate's Degree in Civil Engineering in Alabama
- Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering in Alabama
- Master's Degree in Civil Engineering in Alabama
- Doctoral Degree in Civil Engineering in Alabama
- Certificate in Civil Engineering in Alabama
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|Distance||School||City||State||Rating||Acceptance Rate||Student Population|
|6,083 miles from location||The University of Alabama||Tuscaloosa||AL||39.7481||46%||28,699|
|5,962 miles from location||Auburn University||Auburn University||AL||74.9047||33%||24,602|
|6,040 miles from location||University of Alabama at Birmingham||Birmingham||AL||27.7966||41%||16,874|
|6,116 miles from location||University of South Alabama||Mobile||AL||26.3802||51%||14,522|
|6,034 miles from location||University of Alabama in Huntsville||Huntsville||AL||28.4976||58%||7,681|
|5,995 miles from location||Gadsden State Community College||Gadsden||AL||17.7292||n/a||6,917|
|6,030 miles from location||Alabama A & M University||Normal||AL||49.4926||39%||5,327|
|6,109 miles from location||Bishop State Community College||Mobile||AL||8.92793||n/a||3,598|
Curious what studying Civil Engineering gets you?
Check out the different options and how they're looking in Alabama
|Rank||Profession||Employment Number||Avg Salary||Job Growth (past 5 yrs)|
|Civil Engineers +||3,730||$76,890||60.1%|
|Civil Engineering Technicians +||1,440||$40,410||-12.7%|
|Architectural and Civil Drafters +||1,210||$40,680||-18.8%|
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