The Master of Science degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering is primarily designed for students with an undergraduate degree in engineering, although students with other backgrounds may be accommodated with specially designed programs, often including pre-requisite undergraduate courses. An MS degree may be pursued in one of two ways:
1) Professional Master of Science (PMS) Option: 30 semester course credits.
2) Master of Science Thesis/Research Option: 24 semester course credits plus 6-credit of CEE 2999 thesis research.
Concentrations include: Construction Management, Environmental Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Pavements Engineering, Structural Engineering and Mechanics, Sustainable Engineering, Transportation Engineering, or Water Resources Engineering.