Master of Engineering in Civil and Environmental Engineering

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Educational Objectives

  • Students will demonstrate an ability to apply advanced science and engineering concept to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Students will demonstrate an ability to communicate effectively orally and in written form.

Admission Requirements 

Applicants must have completed a bachelor's in civil engineering or another related engineering discipline. Candidates wishing to pursue acceptance into the program with a non-Civil/Environmental Engineering background are welcome to apply and should request specific detailed information regarding admission policy and possible leveling courses with the graduate advisor. Students need at least a 2.5 undergraduate grade point average to be considered for admission. Applicants who do not have degrees from English medium universities are required to submit scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). A score of 213/550 is required for admission.

Recommendations for admission are made on the basis of the following:

  • Grade point average in upper-division or graduate work as appropriate.
  • Resume or evidence of relevant personal or professional experience.
  • Letters of recommendation.

Degree Requirements

For the Master of Engineering in Civil and Environmental Engineering degree, students are required a total of thirty-three (33) credit hours of coursework with grades of B or higher.

Water Resources Engineering Management Track

Students have the option of completing the Water Resources Engineering Management Track within the MECEE program by completing 18 SCH of the MECEE program plus 15 SCH from the following list:

CE 5340Surface Water Hydrology3
CE 5302Grndwtr Hydro & Polltn3
CE 6313Water Resources Mgmt3
CE 5345Adv Phy-Chem Water Treat3
CE 5313Water Reclamation & Reuse3
CE 5349Design-Filtrat'n/Membrane Proc3
CE 5409Environmental Eng Chemistry4
ESE 6301Environmental Law and Policy3
CE 5344Biol Unit Operations/Processes3
CE 5341Hydraulic Computer Application3

Degree Plan

Required Credits: 33

MEENE in Environmental Engineering (All courses require a grade of C or better)
Course Work:
Select thirty-three hours of the following:33
Grndwtr Hydro & Polltn
CE 5303
Adv Design of Struct Systms
Advanced Structural Analysis
Finite Element Method (3-0)
Risk/Reliability Anal-Engr Sys
CE 5311
Environmental Processes
Water Reclamation & Reuse
Stats Methods for Civil Eng
Bridge Engineering
CE 5319
Advanced Geotechnical Eng.
CE 5322
Prestressed Concrete
Construction Management
Design for Dynamic Loads
Air Pollution Control
CE 5329
Methods Engineering Computatio
CE 5333
Surface Water Hydrology
Hydraulic Computer Application
Biol Unit Operations/Processes
Adv Phy-Chem Water Treat
Design-Filtrat'n/Membrane Proc
Mech Pavement Design/Analysis
Foundation Design II
Geotech. Site Investigation
Advanced Civil Eng. Materials
Sustainable Engr Design
Structural Loads Models
Traffic Engineering
Foundation Design I
Highway Geometric Design
Traffic Flow/Simulat Modeling
Urban Transportation Planning
CE 5363
CE 5364
Infrastrct Syst Design & Eval
Construction Dispute Resolutn
CE 5374
Adv Constr Cost Analysis & Bid
CE 5383
CE 5384
Construction Internship
Adv Construction Law & Ethics
Adv Construction Scheduling
Advanced Construction Safety
Adv Constr Methods & Materials
Special Topics Civil Engr
Individual Studies
Earth Construction
CE 5393
Graduate Research
Construction Claims
Graduate Projects
Graduate Projects
Thesis
Thesis
Environmental Eng Chemistry
CE 5494
Graduate Research
Civil Engineering Seminar
Doctoral Research
Infrastructure Management
Engineering Analysis (3-0)
Infrastructure Engineering
Water Resources Mgmt
CE 6314
CE 6315
CE 6316
Mod Methods/Engr Computation
Doctoral Research
Dissertation
Dissertation
Total Hours33