A civil engineering master's with a bridge engineering concentration sets students apart from other civil and structural engineers.

Prof. George Lee advises Daniela who earned a Master of Science with a focus on bridge engineering.
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Civil engineering students who specialize in the bridge engineering concentration learn different techniques and specialties. Students who complete the program develop an understanding of issues, approaches and practices associated with the management of bridge and transportation infrastructure systems and public policy.

Degree Requirements

The MS program is tailored to the individual. A minimum of 30 credits is required. The credits generally consist of the following:

2 required courses (6 credits)

1 engineering project (1-6 credits)

Application requirements

Any student or professional with the following qualifications is elligible to apply for a Master of Science in Civil Engineering:

  • A bachelor's degree in civil engineering from an accredited program.
  • Approval from the graduate studies director in the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering.
  • All applicants, with the exception of UB undergraduates who are not requesting financial aid consideration must submit GRE scores