Please see the following message from the CEE Department at Carnegie Mellon University regarding their Graduate program:
We at Carnegie Mellon University are interested in recruiting your students to our graduate program in Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE).
Our graduate programs offer a unique interdisciplinary experience that teaches the skills to develop imaginative solutions to real world engineering problems. Students have access to cutting-edge research and technology; faculty who are experienced, approachable, and invested in student success; and a curriculum that is both innovative and flexible.
Our graduate program is now accepting applications for Fall 2019 with an application deadline on January 5, 2019. For qualified applicants, support in the form of scholarships, fellowships, and assistantships is available for both MS and PhD studies. Interested students should review the admissions requirements and apply online.
The graduate program is focused in three thematic areas. Within these areas, students may choose either a self-designed concentration, or a recommended course concentration. Each of the concentrations has been newly updated for 2019 to focus on relevant and emerging areas within the field:
In addition, our graduate programs offer a unique interdisciplinary experience that encourages collaboration across the University community. Dual and Interdisciplinary degrees are available in areas like Computer Science, Technology Innovation Management, and Master of Business Administration.
Choosing CEE is choosing a program consistently ranked among the top by US News and World Report. Students can count on getting the education they need for the career they desire.
For the most up-to-date information about our graduate program curriculum, detailed information about our faculty, and information about the greater Carnegie Mellon University community, visit us online. Also, recent editions of our CEE News Magazine provide an overview of our department-wide education and research initiatives.
Thank you for your assistance.