Offered by the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering Contact: 219 Hollister Hall, (607) 255-7560
The Master of Engineering degree is a course work and project-oriented program. It is normally completed in two semesters of intensive study. Thirty credit hours are required, consisting of course work in a research area, as well as a design project.
Students apply into one of three research areas: Environmental Engineering, Structural Mechanics and Materials Engineering, and Transportation Systems Engineering. Students in the Environmental Engineering area may further focus their studies in one of the environmental research specializations including: environmental and water resource systems engineering, environmental fluid mechanics and hydrology, environmental processes, or sustainable energy systems.
Courses in supporting areas come from many disciplines, including architecture, biological, computer science, economics, engineering management, historic preservation, materials science, microbiology, and operations research to name just a few.