Master of Science in Civil Engineering
The Master of Science in Civil Engineering program offers the advanced degree you need to take your career to the next level. Whether you are interested in full-time study or you are a working professional pursuing your studies part-time, our graduate term structure will allow you to accelerate your studies. The program can be finished in as little as one year studying full-time and as few as 18 months studying part-time. Classes will typically be offered once a week during the evening.
Why Choose the MS in Civil Engineering?
Whether planning for the future, rebuilding after natural or man-made destruction of infrastructure, or modernization of antiquated systems, civil engineering projects worldwide are fueling an enormous demand for engineers who possess advanced degrees. With the MS in Civil Engineering degree from Western New England University, you will be prepared to take advantages of these opportunities. View our current tuition rates.
What Will You Study?
You will take core courses in such topics as Construction Management, Design Experiments, and Finite Element and Numerical Analysis. Depending on your professional goals and research interests, you can choose from an All-course Option, a Project Option, or a Thesis Option.
- Successful completion of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution of higher education in civil or environmental engineering. Other engineering science disciplines will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
- An undergraduate GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) is required for admission. Candidates with an undergraduate GPA between 2.7 and 2.99 will be considered for conditional admittance.
- Programming competence
- Candidates with an undergraduate degree not accredited by ABET are encouraged to submit a GRE score from the past five years.
Our full-time faculty hold Ph.D. degrees from top engineering schools such as Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and the University of California at Irvine. Our dedicated faculty will become more than just your professors. They will become your mentors, co-learners, career advisors, and project managers. Not only will they facilitate your learning in and out of the classroom, but they will also collaborate on research projects with you.
Civil Engineers are needed around the globe to strengthen infrastructure and build for the future. The College of Engineering enjoys a growing reputation among international students for the caliber of our graduate programs. Learn more about our support for international students.
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