Master of Science (Undesignated)

The School of Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE) offers a challenging graduate program that encompasses advanced study and research leading to the degree of Master of Science. Students who satisfy the degree requirements, and who have not earned an undergraduate degree required for CEE's designated degrees, receive the undesignated Master of Science degree.

  1. Non-Thesis Option
    Credit Hours in Major Area of Specialization: 18
    Credit Hours in Approved Electives: 12
    Total Credit Hours: 30*
  2. Thesis Option
    Credit Hours in Major Area of Specialization: 12
    Credit Hours in Approved Electives: 12
    Credit Hours in CEE 7000 Master's Thesis: 6
    Total Credit Hours: 30*

Major Areas of Specialization are:

  • Construction Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Environmental Fluid Mechanics and Water Resources
  • Geosystems Engineering
  • Structural Engineering, Mechanics and Materials
  • Transportation Systems Engineering

*21 of the 30 hours of coursework must be at the 6000 level or higher