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B.S. in Civil Engineering

Our works speak for us

Civil engineers face diverse challenges, mainly recognizing what society needs for its development, in order to plan, design, build, operate and maintain the build environment, applying cutting-edge technology, adhering to standards and regulations, and with a deep sense of commitment to the environment. Through your work, you will create better places to live, having a direct impact on the life of citizens.

Career Field

Thanks to the integral preparation you will receive in this degree, on graduating you will be able to develop professionally in different areas of business, services and research within the built environment development industry, such as:

  • Construction and real-estate companies
  • Structural design firms for building, roadway and transportation projects
  • Hydraulic and water treatment system design firms and companies that conduct environmental impact studies
  • Management of projects and companies that supervise public and private infrastructure works
  • Government public works departments
  • Companies that conduct soil mechanics studies
  • International graduate programs to pursue a career in research (master’s or doctorate)


Is this right for you?

If you are inquisitive and analytical, have an affinity for mathematics and physics, and would like to contribute to society’s development with major infrastructure works, you’re in the right place.

The three stages of the model

Choose your path

Civil Engineering

1 Exploration

  1. You will open your competency file and add to it throughout your degree program.
  2. You will learn the foundations of the area of Built Environment.
  3. You will participate in fundamental and exploration challenges from the area of Built Environment, interacting with peers from different degree programs.
  4. You will study general education courses, selecting them from a collection.
  5. You will participate in a challenge that integrates all the competencies to be developed in this phase.

2 Focus

  1. You will acquire the core competencies of your degree, in other words, those that distinguish it.
  2. You will participate in more focused challenges to reinforce what you have learned and broaden your basic knowledge.
  3. You will have the elements to decide whether to deepen your knowledge or diversify and, subsequently, build your specialization plan.
  4. The Tec Weeks, challenges and overall university experiences will enrich your file.

3 Specialization

  1. You have decided between diversifying or focusing deeply in your major, which you will achieve by choosing a concentration or a stay, to name a few of your options. The TEC Semester is a flexible time to start.

  2. You will develop the competencies related to your specialization, increasingly connected to your passions, interests and plans.
  3. By passing a concentration, you will develop your competencies, and, on graduating, will be a candidate for obtaining a Diploma in that concentration, after meeting the established requirements.


How can you specialize?


Concentraciones  Concentrations

Specialize in one of the different concentrations available at the campus of your choice, according to the profile you would like to develop.

Estancias  Internships

Internships allow you to participate in the development of specific projects with companies, organizations, or research groups, in a context of total immersion related to a specialty field. They can be carried out locally, nationally or internationally.

Experiencias  International experiences

Experience life outside Mexico to broaden your horizons and delve into the topics of your interest.

Materias  Courses or blocks

Choose the education units that best adapt to your objectives, enabling you to specialize in your specific interests.



Delve into your field of study

  • Entrepreneurial Families, Sustainability and Transcendence
  • Financial Vision for Decision-Making
  • Building Information Modeling (BIM)
  • City Development
  • Regenerative Design
  • Efficiency and Digitalization in Construction
  • Open Innovation and Technology Transfer
  • Sustainable Water Use
  • Operational Evolution for Industry 5.0
  • Systems and Technologies 4.0
  • Real Estate Engineering and Intelligence


Delve into other fields of study

  • Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence Tools
  • Quality of Life and Well-Being
  • Mexican Culture
  • Economics and Sustainable Development
  • Entrepreneurship in Action
  • Government and Public Transformation
  • Social Innovation
  • Design, Innovation and Technological Entrepreneurship
  • Conscious Business


*These concentraciones are not the definitive offer and their availability varies by campus.


Civil Engineering

Recurso 1 General education course

Recurso 2 Area exploration courses

Recurso 3 Introductory block (CHALLENGE)

Recurso 4 Area exploration block (CHALLENGE)

Recurso 5 Exploration topic (CHALLENGE)

Recurso 5 Track integrating block (CHALLENGE)


Recurso 8 Disciplinary block (CHALLENGE)

Recurso 9 Integrating disciplinary block (CHALLENGE)

Recurso 7 Disciplinary course


Recurso 10 Multidisciplinary professional elective (CHALLENGE)

Recurso 11 Final integrating block (CHALLENGE)

Recurso 12 TEC Semester


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Primer Semestral
Elective Course Mathematics and Science
Engineering and Science Modeling
Modeling the Movement in Engineering
Modeling in Engineering with Conservation Laws
Mathematical Thinking I
Analysis of the Structure, Properties and Transformation of Matter
Computational Thinking for Engineering
Segundo Semestral
Elective Course Humanities and Fine Arts
Physical Experimentation and Statistical Thinking
Thermodynamic Modeling for Engineering
Modeling of Electrical Systems in Engineering
Modeling of Electromagnetic Systems in Engineering
Intermediate Mathematical Modeling
Matrix Modeling
Statistic Analysis
Chemical Experimentation and Statistical Thinking I
Tercer Semestral
Elective Course Social and Behavioral Sciences
Design and Analysis of Experiments in Engineering Innovation
Introduction to Data Science Projects
Static Balance Analysis
Process Modeling Using Linear Algebra
Engineering Modeling Using Dynamic Systems
Analysis of Electrical circuits
Exploration Topic
Cuarto Semestral
Analysis of the Interaction of the Built Environment and the Environment
Evaluation of the Behavior of Materials In Structures
Analysis of the Behavior of Hydraulic Systems
Modeling Information in Construction
Cost Management
Planning and Control of Work
Elective Course Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Quinto Semestral
Evaluation of the Behavior of Structural Systems
Design of Hydraulic Systems for the Sustainable Use of Water
Design of Roads for Development
Project Management
Management of Construction Operations
Business Management in the Construction Industry
Elective Course Ethics and Citizenship
Sexto Semestral
Modeling of Water Sanitation Techniques
Design of Efficient Mobility of People and Goods
Structural Design with Reinforced Concrete and Steel
Séptimo Semestral
Professional Elective I
Professional Elective II
Professional Elective III
Professional Elective IV
Professional Elective V
Professional Elective VI
Octavo Semestral
Integration of Civil Engineering Projects
Elective Multidisciplinary Professional

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