Master of Science in civil engineering, with a concentration in bridge engineering. It is a practice-oriented program and requires 30 graduate credits.
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; and GRE scores
Up to six credits may be transferred with approval from the Graduate Studies director.
The degree requires 30 credit hours, consisting of courses and an engineering project.
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Generally not. There may be some money available for full time students. Other possible sources of funding include your employer or negotiating unit.
The program can normally be completed in three semesters (one fall, one spring and one summer).
Pending approval from the Graduate Studies director, an independent study can account for up to three creidts.
Four years from the date of matriculation.
The application deadline for the fall semester is January 15 and September 15 for spring semester.
Yes. They may also satisfy requirements in other states.
A Distance Learning course listing is available at http://engineering.buffalo.edu/home/academics/enginet-distance-education-program.html.
To apply for the Master’s program, see the Graduate Admissions page on the CSEE website.