This page lists colleges that offer degrees in Nevada as well as online schools which offer degrees for students around the world.
Below are links that provide information about license requirements and regulations primarily for civil engineers, architectural engineers, environmental engineers and structural engineers:
(found programs from 2 schools)
Location (s) : Las Vegas
College of Engineering provides research and academic programs to more than 1,600 undergraduate and graduate students. With more than 70 full-time faculty, and six departments. Our degree programs are fully ABET accredited and prepare our students to excel in industry or compete against other students at the best graduate schools in the country. We strive to combine theoretical learning with practical laboratory experience to give our students a well-rounded engineering education.
Location (s) : Reno
A place to discover, to learn, to develop, and to advance what the University of Nevada, College of Engineering provides. Our curricula at the undergraduate and graduate levels are designed to prepare students for careers of service, leadership, and distinction in their chosen field. Providing a solid foundation in science and fundamentals, the College of Engineering offers engineering degrees at both the undergraduate and graduate level.