The Infrastructure specialization for the MS degree online in Civil Engineering allows students to create a program plan of courses from the various areas of civil engineering, such as structures, transportation, geotechnical, materials, and construction management.

Students are required to complete 36 hours of graduate course work, with at least 12 hours at the 500-level. Students are expected to work closely with their program advisor to develop programs of study that will meet the degree requirements and the students’ career objectives. All programs of study are subject to review and approval by the program advisor.

The following is a sample plan of study and represents some of the courses available. See the CEE Online course listing and the Engineering Online website for all available online courses. 

Plan of Study Sample

CEE 421 Construction Planning, Fall & Spring
CEE 422 Construction Cost Analysis, Summer & Fall
CEE 424 Sustainable Construction Methods, Spring
CEE 470. Structural Analysis, Fall & Spring
CEE 462 Steel Structures II, Spring
CEE 463 Reinforced Concrete II, Fall
CEE 562 Highway Bridge Design, Spring
CEE 524 Construction Law, Fall
CEE 581 Dams, Embankments, and Slopes, Fall

Plan of Study Sample

CEE 406 Pavement Design I, Fall
CEE 453 Urban Hydrology & Hydraulics, Spring
CEE 484 Applied Soil Mechanics, Spring
CEE 506 Pavement Design II, Spring*
CEE 509 Transportation Soils, Varies
CEE 580 Excavation and Support Systems, Fall*
CEE 585 Deep Foundations, Spring
CEE 590 Geotechnical Field Measurement, Fall*
CEE 598SSO Transportation Soil Stabilization, Spring*

Plan of Study Sample

CEE 406 Pavement Design I, Fall
CEE 418 Public Transportation, Spring
CEE 422 Construction Cost Analysis, Summer & Fall
CEE 470 Structural Analysis, Fall & Spring
CEE 472 Structural Dynamics I, Fall
CEE 484 Applied Soil Mechanics, Spring
CEE 498CH Case Histories in Infrastructure, Summer
CEE 506 Pavement Design II, Spring*
CEE 525 Construction Case Studies, Fall
CEE 590 Geotechnical Field Measurement, Fall*