Graduate Degrees

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Grainger College of Engineering

The online M.S. degree program in Civil & Environmental Engineering requires 36 credit hours (thesis not required). Specialty areas available online are Construction Management, Infrastructure, Transportation Engineering, and Structural Engineering. In addition, courses are available in the following areas of concentration to complement the student's area of specialty: Construction Materials, Environmental Engineering and Science, Environmental Hydrology and Hydraulic Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, and Structural Engineering. Online students have five years to complete the program. The certificate program option requires students to complete 12 credit hours in order to receive a certificate in a specialized area within civil and environmental engineering.

The program is designed to provide students with a solid foundation in the fundamentals of Aerospace Engineering by requiring at least one core course in each of the three branches of Aerospace Engineering (Fluid Mechanics, Solid Mechanics and Materials, Dynamics and Controls) as well as one course in mathematics.

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Application Deadlines:

  • Application deadline the fall or summer cohorts: May 15 
  • Application deadline for the spring cohort: November 1