Do I have to write a thesis?
No. The Master of Engineering is a coursework-only (Plan C) degree.
Are scholarships available?
No. Scholarships are not available, but financial aid is available.
How will this program help me find a new job?
Civil engineers with a focus on water resource management are needed in a global marketplace, though specific career opportunities depend on the desired region and job market. You are encouraged to ask instructors about prominent regions for degree application and salary ranges. Professors may be able to connect you to valuable career resources, including job opportunities with private organizations or public agencies.
What are typical assignments and how much time will I spend preparing outside of class?
For this online program you can expect a similar workload to a traditional on-campus program. You can expect to spend approximately nine to twelve hours per week preparing for each three-hour course.
I don't have a B.S. in engineering, but I might still qualify. Should I apply?
Possibly. A B.S. in engineering is not required for the M.E. degree. However, certain prerequisite coursework is required. For detailed information visit the Application Requirements - Non-B.S.E. Students page.