Civil Engineering Master of Engineering (M.E.) – Civil Engineering Specialization or Master of Science (M.S.) in Civil Engineering

Degree Overview

Watch Professor Neil Grigg explain how civil engineering online students benefit from our faculty's world renowned research and experience.

With an ever-growing population, today's civil engineers face the challenge of building and maintaining a sustainable infrastructure. It is essential for engineers to keep up with the skill sets needed to be effective. The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Colorado State University is a dynamic and internationally-recognized department which offers advanced civil engineering degrees including a Master of Engineering with focuses in geospatial engineering and water resources engineering and a Master of Science in Civil Engineering with a focus in water resources.

Take it from two time CSU student, Melissa Brennan. Colorado State University has always been Brennan’s school of choice. Our highly regarded civil engineering program drew her from Hawaii as an undergraduate student, and the education she received led her to again choose her alma mater for an online civil engineering master’s degree. Read how Brennan “returned” to CSU from 1,700 miles away to earn her graduate degree.

What Next?

  • Geospatial Engineering Focus
    Next: Geospatial Curriculum »

    Find out completion requirements and curriculum specifics to see if a geospatial engineering focus is right for you.

  • Water Resources Eng. Focus
    Next: Water Res. Curriculum »

    Learn more about earning your M.E. in civil engineering with a concentration in water resources engineering.