Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Civil Engineering Program By Iowa State University |Top Universities

Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Civil Engineering

Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Civil Engineering

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The plan of study requires a minimum of 30 credits hours of coursework, of which at least 22 graduate credit hours must be earned at ISU. If you pursue the degree option with a specialization, the respective division grad coordinator or major professor is from that specialization. Degree Requirements Minimum of 30 total credits from formal courses (which may include up to three credits of C E 590) Minimum of six credits of courses outside the area of specialization (must be approved by Program of Study (POS) adviser) Minimum of 20 credits of 500 level courses or above Minimum of 18 credits of 500 level courses or above (excluding C E 590) in area of specialization Maximum of one 3-credit course at 400 level within the department Approved civil engineering (C E) Courses for Minor Graduate Credit Outside Specialization Area: Civil Engineering Materials; C E 417 – Land Surveying; C E 428 – Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Design; C E 446 – Bridge Design; C E 448 – Building Design. Construction Engineering and Management: C E 417 – Land Surveying; C E 428 – Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Design; C E 446 – Bridge Design; C E 448 – Building Design; C E 460 – Foundation Engineering. Environmental Engineering: C E 417 – Land Surveying; C E 446 – Bridge Design; C E 448 – Building Design; C E 460 – Foundation Engineering. Geotechnical Engineering: C E 417 – Land Surveying; C E 428 – Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Design; C E 446 – Bridge Design; C E 448 – Building Design. Structural Engineering; C E 417 – Land Surveying; C E 428 – Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Design; C E 460 – Foundation Engineering; C E 467 – Geomaterials Stabilization. Transportation Engineering; C E 417 – Land Surveying; C E 428 – Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Design; C E 446 – Bridge Design; C E 448 – Building Design; C E 460 – Foundation Engineering.