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2021-2022 Graduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Civil Engineering - Transportation Engineering and Civil Infrastructure Systems Concentration (MAS)


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Degree Requirements


The Master of Applied Sciences (MAS) degree is awarded to students who, upon admission, have a non-engineering undergraduate degree. Students pursuing the MAS degree complete a thesis and declare a concentration.

Formally, the student must perform 24 credit hours of course work and 6 credit hours of thesis. The MAS degree is also suited to those who, upon graduation, wish to pursue their PhD. Students are also required to enroll in the CIEG 865 - Civil Engineering Seminar  each semester.

Concentration Requirements


The Master of Applied Sciences degree with a concentration in Transportation Engineering and Civil Infrastructure Systems requires three core courses in one of the three topic areas listed below and five electives.  

Topic Areas


Modeling Infrastructure Systems


Please choose three of the following:

Physical Infrastructure Systems


Electives


Students pursuing any of the three topic areas of the Transportation Engineering and Civil Infrastructure Systems concentration must choose five electives from any of the four categories listed below.  Electives are categorized into groups for informational purposes only.

Note


Students without any computer programming or Computer Science background should take CISC 106, CISC 181 or CISC 220. The College of Engineering also periodically offers courses in technical writing for graduate students. Students should strongly consider these courses when announcements are posted.

Last Revised for 2021-2022 Academic Year


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