The following concentration areas are available for students admitted to the MCE, MAS, MCE/MBA and Ph.D. degrees in Civil Engineering:
Students must meet the requirements for their specific concentration, in addition to meeting the general degree requirements for all master’s degree students. Study in two or more related concentrations is allowed, but students must complete the core course requirements for both programs as part of their 30-credit requirement.
Masters and PhD Civil Engineering Concentrations
water and wastewater treatment, environmental chemistry and remediation, and solid and hazardous waste management
computational geomechanics, soil mechanics, foundation engineering, earth structures engineering, and ground improvement
structural mechanics, analysis, and design; bridge engineering; structural dynamics; computational mechanics; and structural engineering materials
asset management, natural disaster risk analysis, infrastructure vulnerability, urban transportation, traffic engineering, systems engineering