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Intended for students who have previously earned an undergraduate degree in engineering. Students choose an area of expertise: construction engineering and management; structural engineering; geomatics and GIS; hydrologic, environmental, and sustainability engineering; or transportation systems.
Construction Engineering and Management, Geomatics and Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Geotechnical Engineering, Hydrologic, Environmental, and Sustainability Engineering, Structural Engineering, Transportation Engineering
The master of science in civil engineering requires 30 credit hours of coursework. Students choose one of two plans to complete their degree. Plan 1: Master’s Thesis This plan requires that students complete 24 credit hours of courses and 6 credit hours of master’s thesis work. Students should develop a curriculum plan of courses to take with their thesis advisor’s guidance. Plan 2: Master’s Report This plan requires 27 credit hours of courses and 3 credit hours of master’s report work. Students should develop a curriculum plan of courses to take with their thesis advisor’s guidance.