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.
- West Hartford, CTWest Hartford, CT
University of Hartford
Graduate studies in engineering at the University of Hartford lead to the Master of Engineering (M.Eng.). The program emphasizes applied design and stresses communication, which is very important for a successful career.
- 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.
- San Luis Obispo, CASan Luis Obispo, CA
California State University, Cal Poly
The Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering provides students with job-entry education for the more complex areas of engineering, such as research and development, innovative design and engineering management...
- Okayama, JapanOkayama, Japan
- Hong Kong, Hong KongHong Kong, Hong Kong
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
- Terre Haute, INTerre Haute, IN
Rose - Hulman Institute Of Technology
51 quarter-hours with a grade of C or better in each course, with a minimum graduate grade point average of 3.0/4.0. Thesis required; final oral exam...
- Seoul, KoreaSeoul, Korea
Myong Ji University
The Graduate School was established in 1967 with 36 departments for the master's program and 27 for the Ph.D. program. A total...
- Kingston, NSKingston, NS
Queen's University, Ontario, Canada
The Queen’s graduate programs in Civil Engineering are home to some of the finest minds in the fields of civil and environmental engineering. Students have the chance to study engineering in an environment where multidisciplinary research and activities...
- Stockholm, SwedenStockholm, Sweden
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
- Norfolk, VANorfolk, VA
Old Dominion University
- Niigata, JapanNiigata, Japan
Nagaoka University of Technology
- Birmingham, United KingdomBirmingham, United Kingdom
The high quality of engineering research at Aston was recently recognised with a Grade 4 rating in the Research Assessment...
- Tono, JapanTono, Japan
- Saitama, JapanSaitama, Japan
- Sapporo, JapanSapporo, Japan
- Tokyo, JapanTokyo, Japan
- Saga, JapanSaga, Japan
- London, United KingdomLondon, United Kingdom
Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
The masters courses are designed for practising engineers who wish to upgrade or develop new areas of expertise.
- Osaka, JapanOsaka, Japan
Osaka Institute of Technology
- Milwaukee, WIMilwaukee, WI
The master of science and doctor of philosophy degree programs are designed to provide graduate students with both broad fundamental knowledge and up-to-date information on current and emerging technologies.
- Sapporo, JapanSapporo, Japan
Hokkaido Institute of Technology