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Civil Engineering M C E

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
100 Church Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
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Phone: (612) 625-5000
http://www.umn.edu

Program: Civil Engineering M C E
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Civil engineering emphases are available in environmental engineering (e.g., pollutant fate and transport, process modeling, soil and groundwater remediation, water and wastewater treatment), geomechanics (e.g., fracture and localization, groundwater flow, stability and liquefaction, wave and shock propagation), structural engineering (e.g., computational and structural mechanics, earthquake engineering, infrastructure performance and durability, new systems and materials), transportation engineering (e.g., intelligent transportation systems, pavement design and materials, transportation economics, traffic safety), and water resources engineering (e.g., earthscape processes, environmental and biological systems, hydrologic and climate dynamics, hydrodynamics, and turbulence). --The master of civil engineering (M.C.E.) degree is designed for the practicing engineer who would like to obtain an advanced degree on a part-time or full-time basis. Students who intend to proceed to the Ph.D. program or who think they may later wish to be admitted to the Ph.D. program should apply for the master of science program. Students are expected to follow a coherent program of coursework in one of the following subareas of civil engineering: environmental, geomechanics, structural, transportation, or water resources engineering. The program is selected with the help of a faculty adviser and approved by the director of graduate studies. In addition to completing graduate-level courses, students must demonstrate professional competence either by carrying out and defending a design project or by taking a coursework-related final oral exam (without a project).--The degree typically takes 2-3 semesters (12-18 months) to complete on a full-time basis or 6-8 semesters on a part-time basis.
Program Code:
0180307
Total Credits:
N/A
Award:
Master's - Masters
Length of Program/Award:
At least 4 or more years
Location:
Not available.
Specialties:
Not available.
Workforce Investment Act Participant Qualifies for WIA Credentialed Training:
No
Majors (Fields of Study):

1408 - Civil Engineering, General

Delivery Methods:
Classroom
Delivery Comments:
Not available.
Average Cost of Attendance:
Not available.
Program Costs:
Not available.
Prerequisites or off-site requirements for this program?
No
Program Requirements:
Not available.
Completion of this program leads to the following External Certifications or Licensures:
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Institution Completion Rate:
Not available.
Program Flexibility
Program Starts: Program Starts Comments:
Fall Semester (Aug/Sept)  
Other May be able to start program in Spring or Summer
Schedule(s):  Schedule Comments:
Traditional, day-time schedule  
Other Evening or other class times may be available
Program Contact Information:
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Program Accrediting Body:
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