College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture
MEng in Civil Engineering
The master of engineering (MEng) in civil engineering program emphasizes applied design, fundamental coursework, and development of key communication skills to meet today's industry demands and advance your career.
About the Major
The master of engineering in civil engineering program emphasizes applied design and stresses the development of oral, visual, and written communication skills in civil engineering to enable individuals to advance in their careers. Discover new knowledge in design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment. Have the flexibility to take research project-based courses through one of three tracks offered based on your interests. You may concentrate your studies in civil engineering, structural engineering, or transportation engineering by selecting appropriate courses available.
Degree Requirements and Options
The following courses and requirements are recommended for those pursuing the master of engineering in civil engineering program.
For more information, and to see a complete list of degree requirements, visit the Course Catalog.
- M 515 | Methods of Applied Mathematics I or M 517 | Applied Engineering Statistics (depending on concentration)
- EM 601 | Engineering Program Management
E2M is a unique, three-way partnership between the Barney School of Business and the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture. Coursework includes applied projects, such as formulating marketing and business plans for area companies. The Engineering Applications Center assists local businesses and industries in applying new techniques, and you will become involved through application projects, symposia, and forums. You may complete either program and receive your degree immediately, without waiting to complete both.
This partnership between the Barney School of Business and the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) provides a broader focus for engineers moving into management and leadership tracks. The program requires a total of 60 credits – that’s 6 fewer credits than if you pursued the degrees separately. Students can earn both a Master of Engineering (MEng) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) within the framework of Excellence in Engineering and Management (E2M) Program.
- Investigation, Analysis, and Rehabilitation of Large Reinforced Concrete Beams for the Original, Deteriorated, and Rebuilt Conditions
- Application of Geographic Information System (GIS) to Pavement Management Systems
- Design of a Chamber for Safe Disposal of PEN Explosive Caps
- Highway Capacity, Traffic Operational Analysis Simulation, and Modeling of Transportation Systems
- Computational Intelligence, Optimization, and Stochastic Process in Transportation Engineering
- Adaptive Traffic Signal Control
- A Fuzzy Logic Based Integrated Interchange Ramp Metering Signal Control
- Evaluation of Fuzzy Logic Based Ramp Metering Algorithms Using Microscopic Traffic Simulation
- Selection of Highway Interchange Types
- Traffic Accident Data Mining Using a Machine Learning Model
- A Survey of Advanced Traveler Information Systems (ATIS)
- Comparison of Capacity Estimations Due to Downstream Link Queues at Signalized Interchanges
Structural Engineering Laboratory
State-of-the-art computational facilities are used for the application of structural design and finite element analysis in structural components.
Transportation Engineering Laboratory
Provides a variety of traffic simulation, planning, and signal control programs for analyzing, evaluating, and designing transportation system components.
Interested in enrolling in the Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering program under the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA)? Here is what you need to submit your application.