Master of Science in Civil Engineering

Three technical areas (construction, structural, and transportation engineering) are included in the Master of Science in Civil Engineering program. Degree candidates in the master of science program must complete a minimum of 32 credit hours, six to eight of which are for research and thesis. Up to 12 credit hours of 400-level undergraduate coursework (except CAE 431 and CAE 432) may be included in the M.S. program with prior adviser approval. An oral defense of the thesis constitutes the comprehensive examination, and no additional written comprehensive examination is required.

Curriculum

Construction Engineering and Management 

Required Courses (12)
CAE 570Legal Issues in Civil Engrg3
CAE 571Lean Construction and Control3
CAE 574Economic Decision Analysis3
CAE 577Constuction Equip Management3
Elective Courses (12-14)
Select 12-14 credit hours12-14
Thesis Research (6-8)
CAE 591Research and Thesis M.S.6-8

Minimum degree credits required: 32

Structural Engineering

Required Courses (12)
CAE 503Advanced Structural Analysis3
CAE 514Math Methods for Struct Engnrg3
CAE 518Advanced Reinforced Concrete3
CAE 525Advd Steel&Composite Structure3
Elective Courses (12-14)
Select 12-14 credit hours12-14
Thesis Research (6-8)
CAE 591Research and Thesis M.S.6-8

Minimum degree credits required: 32

Transportation Engineering

Required Courses (12-13)
Select a minimum of four courses from the following (with adviser consent):12-13
Statistical Analysis Engg Data3
Demand Models for Urban Trans3
Urban Transportation Planning4
Public Transportation Systems3
Transportation Systems Mgnt3
Transportation Systs Evaluatio3
Systems Analysis in Civil Engg3
Statistical Models and Methods3
Thesis Research (6-8)
CAE 591Research and Thesis M.S.6-8
Elective Courses (12-14)
Select 12-14 credit hours from the following: 112-14
Intro Transportation Engg/Dsgn3
Asphalt Concrete Mix Design3
Pavement Evaluation&Management3
Traffic Operations & Flow Thry3
Advanced Traffic Engineering3
Transportation Econ, Dev&Plcy3
Transportation Asset Mgmt3
Economic Decision Analysis3
Intelligent Transport Systems3
Algorithms in Transportation3
Mathematical Modeling3
Stochastic Processes3
Mathematical Statistics3
Applied Statistics3
Monte Carlo Methods in Fin3
Data Preparation and Analysis3
Bayesian Computational Stats3

Minimum degree credits required: 32

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Other courses are allowed but are subject to adviser approval.