Masters of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering

The Masters program accommodates both full and part time students. This results in a mix of students in each class who have a combination of industry practice and research interests. The diversity of the student body benefits both groups of students. The program has an excellent student to faculty ratio. Students can choose between a thesis track, and a coursework track. The program of study in both tracks consists of 30 credits. Students may also work on a project, which may be counted toward a coursework track degree. Most full time students work on funded research projects, leading to a thesis. Most part time students select the coursework track.

Students pursuing a Masters degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering may receive support for their study via teaching or research fellowships only on a thesis track.

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