Colorado Civil Engineering Graduate Programs (On-Campus)
A campus civil engineering graduate program can help you advance in your civil engineering career. Civil engineering graduates are responsible for all kinds of public works, such as buildings, roadways, dams and bridges. A campus civil engineering graduate program helps students stay current with their scientific knowledge and understanding of construction materials.
There are many benefits to a campus civil engineering graduate degree. When you’re on campus you can meet in person with your teachers and form important personal or professional relationships with your fellow students. With a campus graduate degree, there may be more opportunities for hands-on instruction.
There’s no shortage of options with a campus civil engineering degree. You can get a campus-based Masters degree in Civil engineering or PhD in Civil Engineering. Or you can specialize with a Graduate Certificate in Building Technology or Urban Water Resources.
- Boulder, COBoulder, CO
University of Colorado - Boulder
Master of Science (MS) degree in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in Engineering for Developing Communities
The Mortenson Center in Engineering for Developing Communities (MCEDC) trains engineers to work in partnership with people from developing communities worldwide to create sustainable solutions to meet their basic needs.
- Denver, CODenver, CO
University of Colorado Denver
Specialize in construction engineering and management, environmental and sustainable engineering, geomatics and GIS, sustainable infrastructure, geotechnical engineering, hydraulics and hydrology, structural engineering, or transportation engineering.