Master of Engineering in Civil and Environmental Engineering
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign enjoys an outstanding reputation for excellence in undergraduate and graduate education, and for research that improves quality of life. Since the founding of the department in 1871, Illinois civil engineers have made their mark on the nation. Illinois engineers have worked on numerous infrastructure landmarks: the Golden Gate Bridge, Hoover Dam, the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, the New York subway, the interstate highways, and drinking water and waste treatment systems in communities across the nation. Illini engineers continue to design, build and improve society’s infrastructure—in the United States and, increasingly, throughout the world.
The Civil and Environmental Engineering Department offers the on-campus Master of Science degree online in the areas of Construction Management, Transportation Engineering, and Infrastructure. Students can also develop cross-disciplinary programs in consultation with their advisers. The online option allows students to earn an MS degree from one of the nation’s top civil engineering departments entirely online. The degree requirements are the same as for the on-campus MS program and students receive the same lectures, class assignments, exams, and projects as on-campus students. The MS degree offered online is the non-thesis option requiring 36 hours of course work.
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