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

Requirements and Curriculum

Requirements

Master of Engineering (M.E.)

  • A minimum of 30 total credits must be completed with at least 15 of the 30 credits completed in civil engineering courses.
  • 24 credits must be earned from Colorado State University at the 500-level or above, of which 21 of the 24 credits must be earned after formal admission.
  • No more than two courses at the 400-level taken at Colorado State University are permitted.
  • A thesis, project paper, and final examination are not required. The M.E. is a coursework-only (Plan C) degree.
  • No independent study credits will count toward graduation.

Master of Science (M.S.) - Water Resources

  • A minimum of 32 total credits must be completed, with at least 16 of the 32 credits completed in civil engineering courses, excluding CIVE 695H.
  • 24 credits must be earned from Colorado State University at the 500-level or above, of which 21 of the 24 credits must be earned after formal admission.
  • No more than two courses at the 400-level taken at Colorado State University are permitted.
  • The M.S. is a Plan B (project paper) degree. M.S. students must complete at least two credits of CIVE 695H in their last semester in the program as appropriate to the area of study, which includes an engineering report and final oral examination. Students may be required to come to campus for this examination.

Curriculum

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