The M.S.C.E. program requires a baccalaureate degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering. The M.S.E. degree offers a more discipline-specific program of study to students who may not possess a baccalaureate degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Graduate Program Information
Admission and Progression Requirements, and all Program Requirements can be found in the Graduate Catalog. Please see the information below:
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) provides opportunities for discipline-specific and multidisciplinary graduate-level education in Civil and Environmental Engineering and closely related areas. Advanced coursework and research are used to enhance professional development, improve technical competency, and initiate a life-long learning experience. The Department has ongoing collaborative research and student exchange programs with several international institutions.
The Department offers graduate studies leading to a master’s degree (MSCE or MSE) in five areas of concentration:
- Environmental and water resources engineering
- Geo-environmental engineering
- Geotechnical engineering
- Structural engineering
- Transportation engineering
Doctoral studies leading to the Ph.D. in Infrastructure and Environmental Systems (INES) are available in an interdisciplinary, inter-college program. See the Ph.D. in Infrastructure and Environmental Systems for details.
Our Department also offers a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering. For information about this doctoral program, please contact: