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The Master of Science in Civil Engineering (MSCE) program in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Syracuse University has earned a reputation for superior quality and placing students at the center of attention. Degree recipients have embarked on Ph.D. study, or worked in the public sector and private industry, making important contributions to the profession. The MSCE program provides coursework and research opportunities to students in the areas of construction engineering and management, geomechanics and geotechnical engineering, and structural and materials engineering.
In addition to these three core areas, students and faculty in the MSCE program engage in interdisciplinary teaching and research, expanding the opportunities available to graduate students. The department is home to The Geofoam Research Center, and administers the following facilities for teaching and research: Bio-inspired Design and Multiscale Computational Modeling Lab, Construction Engineering Lab, Geofoam Lab, Geosynthetics and Imaging Lab, and Structures and Materials Lab. Students enrolled in the MSCE program have the opportunity to take courses offered in other departments in the College of Engineering and Computer Science, as well as from the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Architecture, Whitman School of Management and SUNY-ESF. Students can also earn a Certificate of Advanced Study in Enterprise Technology Leadership, Public Infrastructure Management and Leadership, Public Administration, or Sustainable Enterprise.
The MSCE degree requires students to complete 30 credit hours of study. The program is flexible and individually structured with either a thesis or non-thesis option. Students anticipating further graduate study at the doctoral level should pursue the thesis option. Applicants have the option of selecting one of three available focus areas: Construction Engineering and Management, Geomechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, or Structural and Materials Engineering. Students often complete the MSCE degree from one to two years.
- B.S. in Civil Engineering or the equivalent from an accredited institution. Candidates with undergraduate degrees in another field must have their programs evaluated to determine if additional undergraduate courses are to be included in their program of study.
- At least a 3.0 in a 4.0 rating system or equivalent in the B.S. program coursework.
- Satisfactory scores on all required graduate entrance examinations. A TOEFL score of 80 or higher is required for international students.
- Departmental approval.