UConn Master of Engineering: Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering Plan of Study

The Professional Education program offers a Master of Engineering (MENG) degree program with a concentration in Civil Engineering and a specific track in Structural Engineering. Master of Engineering students must complete:

MENG Core Courses (12 credits)

  • ENGR 5311 – Professional Communication and Information Management
  • ENGR 5312 – Engineering Project Planning and Management
  • ENGR 5314 – Advanced Engineering Mathematics
  • ENGR 5315 – MENG Capstone Project – Students are encouraged to work on a company-sponsored project

STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING (18 credits)

Structural Engineering Courses – (12 or more credits selected among the list below)

  • CE 5122 – Advanced Mechanics of Materials 
  • CE 5126 – Structural Reliability
  • CE 5128 – Elastic Stability
  • CE 5150 – Structural Vibrations
  • CE 5151 – Experimental Structural Dynamics
  • CE 5163 – Fracture Mechanics
  • CE 5164 – Finite Element Methods in Applied Mechanics I 
  • CE 5166 – Finite Element Methods in Applied Mechanics II
  • CE 5380 – Bridge Structures
  • CE 5382 – Load Rating of Bridges
  • CE 5383 – Design of Bridges for Extreme Events
  • CE 5384 – Accelerated Bridge Construction
  • CE 5610 – Advanced Reinforced Concrete Structures
  • CE 5620 – Advanced Steel Structures
  • CE 5640 – Prestressed Concrete
  • CE 5650 – Structural Health Monitoring & Sensors

Other Engineering Courses (up to 6 credits): Must have advisor approval

 

    Your Plan of Study is determined by your catalog year. Please use your Advisement Report or Academic Requirements Report in StudentAdmin to determine your catalog year.

    Application Deadlines

    Summer Semester:
    April 22nd

    Fall Semester:
    July 15th

    Spring Semester:
    December 2nd