Master of Science in Engineering: Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering emphases
This program will help you understand the application of
your profession in the context of two of the most important issues of our
time—sustainability and innovation.
With your thesis, you will be challenged to devise
innovative solutions and improve upon existing methods to better our world.
To earn this degree, you must complete a minimum of 30
- 6 thesis credit hours in CENE 699, CS 699, EE
699, EGR 699 or ME 699
- advanced math or statistics (3 credit hours)
- 6 credit hours engineering core courses (EGR 501 and EGR 502)
- electives (15 credit hours) selected with your committee's approval
Applicants must select one primary emphasis in:
- civil engineering
- electrical engineering
- environmental engineering
- mechanical engineering
- computer science
You must have a BS degree in engineering, computer science,
or an equivalent with a 3.0 GPA or above in the last 60 hours. In
exceptional circumstances, those with a lower GPA may be accepted under a
If you don’t have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent in your chosen
primary emphasis, you will be required to complete a pre-MSE course of study in
the primary emphasis to achieve equivalency.
Prerequisites by emphasis:
You must submit scores for the GRE general examination. If
you are an international applicant whose native language is not English, you
must also submit TOEFL
The application deadlines are:
- March 1 for fall semester admission
- September 15 for spring semester admission
research assistantships are available for qualified students.
In addition, President Haeger has agreed that
the university will provide full graduate tuition remission for approved graduate
assistants for the 2012 school year starting in the fall.