The Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering offers a diverse range of program opportunities for graduate study.
Our goal is to provide innovative and high quality programs that support the many and varied interests of our students.
- Master of Science in Civil Engineering
- Master of Science in Engineering–Environmental Engineering
- Doctor of Philosophy
- Dual Bachelor in Civil Engineering and Master in Civil Engineering (Scholars Program)
- Dual Bachelor in Construction Engineering and Master in Civil Engineering (Scholars Program)
- Dual Master in Civil Engineering and Doctor of Philosophy
- Dual Master in Environmental Engineering and Doctor of Philosophy
- Dual Master in Civil Engineering and Master of Business Administration
- Dual Master in Civil Engineering and Doctor of Jurisprudence (JD)
Both coursework-only and coursework with thesis options are available in the master’s degree programs.
Graduate Research Focus Areas
- Construction Engineering and Management
- Environmental and Water Resources Engineering
- Structural Engineering and Materials
- Transportation Systems Engineering
While most graduate studies are focused in one of these four focus areas, many student plans of study involve two or more of the above areas.
For more graduate program information, contact Lensey Howton.