Graduate Program

The Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Science (M.S.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees in Civil & Environmental Engineering. The Department supports the Utah Nuclear Engineering Program that leads to the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Nuclear Engineering. The Department also supports a Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering.

Faculty within the Department have research areas that include: structural engineering, earthquake engineering, environmental engineering, water resource engineering, construction materials engineering, geotechnical engineering, nuclear engineering, transportation engineering, engineering management, water, energy and infrastructure sustainable engineering.

Please use the links below to navigate to specific program requirements.

 

Master of Science Degrees

 

Thesis Option

Civil and Environmental Engineering

  • Environmental and Water Resources Track
  • Infrastructure Track
  • Transportation Track

 

Non-Thesis Options

Civil and Environmental Engineering Specialization

  • Engineering Management Track
  • Environmental and Water Resources Track
  • Infrastructure Track
  • Transportation Track

 

Nuclear Engineering Specialization

 

Doctor of Philosophy

 

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