Appendix 2 – M.S. Degree Requirements and Procedures for the Ten Departmental Areas

MSCE Degree Requirements for Construction Materials, Geotechnical, and Transportation:  Check with your advisor.

 

MSCE Degree Requirements for Structural Engineering:

Please refer to the structural engineering web site for the most current requirements and procedures: http://structures.cee.illinois.edu/programs/programs_master.html.

 

MSEE Degree Requirements for Environmental Engineering:

Please refer to the environmental engineering web site for the most current requirements and procedures:  environmental.cee.illinois.edu/.

 

MSCE Degree Requirements for Environmental Hydrology and  Hydraulic Engineering:

Please refer to the environmental hydrology and hydraulic engineering web site for the most current  requirements and procedures: hydro.cee.illinois.edu/.

 

MSCE Degree Requirements for Construction Engineering and Management:

Students are required to complete 36 hours of graduate course work without a thesis, or 32 hours of course work with a thesis. At least 12 hours must be taken in the fields of construction engineering and management areas at the 400-level. At least three 500-level courses must be taken; at least 8 hours must be in the fields of construction engineering and management. The rest of the hours (electives) can be taken from related fields of construction engineering and management, including business administration, finance, architecture, and industrial engineering. No more than 4 hours of CEE597 may be used towards the 500-level requirement. Students are expected to work closely with their program advisors to develop programs of study that will meet the degree requirements and the student’s career objectives. All programs of study are subject to review and approval by the construction area advisors.

 

MSCE Degree Requirements for Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure Systems Program:

Please refer to the SRIS web site for the most current requirements and procedures: http://cee.illinois.edu/areas/sustainable-and-resilient-infrastructure-systems-program

 

MSCE Degree Requirements for Energy-Water-Environment Sustainability Program:

Please refer to the EWES web site for the most current requirements and procedures: http://cee.illinois.edu/areas/energy-water-environment-sustainability-program

 

MSCE Degree Requirements for Societal Risk Management:

Please refer to the SRM web site for the most current requirements and procedures:  http://cee.illinois.edu/areas/societal-risk-management-program