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Master of Civil Engineering

Design your future. Specialize in one of four civil engineering disciplines.

A passion for engineering is a lifelong venture, and a passion that we share here at Norwich University. Our online Master of Civil Engineering program is uniquely designed to combine current engineering principles and leadership best practices. It can help you gain greater proficiency as an engineer and enable you to be an engineering leader in your organization, community, and the nation.


  • Master of Civil Engineering
  • Construction Management
  • Environmental/Water Resources Engineering
  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Structural Engineering

Why Norwich?

Learn from technically trained and active industry experts.

Enhance your technical knowledge, management abilities and practical skills.

Earn your degree with a curriculum aligned with recommendations from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

Start with no GMAT or GRE.

Tailor your studies with four concentration options.

Apply to one of two start dates per year.

Benefit from a university recognized as offering Best Value with respect to high academic quality and low net cost of attendance, according to U.S. News & World Report.*

*Rankings are based on undergraduate programs and on students who received the average level of need-based financial aid.

Quick Info

1 Week Residency

Visit campus for culminating experience

15 Students

Maximum number of students per class

18 Months

Average time to program completion

2 March

Next Start Date

3 February

Application Deadline

Accreditation & Recognition

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Norwich University is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (formerly the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.).


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Recognized for academic excellence, U.S. News & World Report ranks Norwich University in the top 100 for Regional Universities in the North. Rankings are based on undergraduate programs.


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Assistant Director of Admissions


Online Master of Civil Engineering Curriculum

Norwich’s online Master of Civil Engineering (MCE) program is made up of six courses, each delivered over 11 weeks in length for a total of 36 credit hours. Students master one course at a time, to create a strong foundation of knowledge and context for future topics.

Our graduates can:

  • Demonstrate the ability to solve real-world problems through application of engineering fundamentals, mathematics, natural and social sciences, humanities, and technology.

  • Apply crucial leadership skills and leverage personal expertise to effectively lead a team of engineers or establish their own business.

  • Work professionally in team environments to design and construct both structural and environmental systems.

Fundamental Courses
Each concentration offers a set of fundamental courses. Fundamental courses are designed for students who do not meet all the admission requirements. Assessments are conducted on a case-by-case basis. Please speak with your admissions advisor to learn more.

Curriculum Map
A one-page curriculum map outlining the courses by concentration can be downloaded for your use.

Core Curriculum

Students begin the program by taking the following two courses and complete the program with a capstone project. 

  • Engineering Mathematics
    EG501 6 credit hours

    This course covers first- and second-order differential equations, basic matrix algebra with an emphasis on solving systems of equations and understanding eigenvalues and eigenvectors, numerical techniques for solving both differential and algebraic equations, and an introduction to partial differential equations. This course includes study of basic concepts in probability and statistics, random variables, hypothesis testing, confidence intervals, and correlation along with the least squares line. In addition to manual problem solving, students will also use software tools.

  • Project Management Techniques, Tools and Practices
    GB544 6 credit hours

    This seminar focuses on the fundamentals of project management and practices. The key elements of project management from the project management framework, the project life cycle, project process and key project management knowledge areas are discussed. Additionally, the project integration, scope, time, cost, quality, resource and schedule management are studied. Other areas of focus are project management procurement and overall project communications.



  • Capstone Design Project
    CE561 6 credit hours

    Civil engineering projects have always had social, economic, and environmental impacts. The capstone design project requires the student to anticipate the social, political, economic, and environmental impacts of civil engineering projects prior to project implementation. As the engineer in a leadership position, you will direct a project from conception to completion. This includes the preparation of a comprehensive project business plan that will include project goals, political hurdles, anticipated revenues and expenses, marketing, facility design, and other issues related to the design of a major civil engineering project.

    A Grade of B or better is required for the Capstone Design Project course.

Structural Engineering

Designed to reinforce the fundamentals of structural engineering and engineering mechanics, students examine the design of steel, timber structures, and the benefits of reinforced, prestressed, and precast concrete structures.

  • Classical, Matrix, and Dynamic Analysis of Structures
    CE528 6 credit hours

    This course addresses two tracks of analysis. First, static analysis is investigated with advanced classical methods and matrix methods, the cornerstone of the finite element method. Second, dynamic analysis is presented using both classical and matrix approaches for single and multiple degree of freedom systems. Analysis issues related to design codes are addressed for both static and dynamic conditions, and the use of commercially available software will be introduced.  Prerequisite: EG 501 (Engineering Mathematics).

  • Design of Steel and Timber Structures
    CE538 6 credit hours

    This course explores advanced structural design issues in the areas of both steel and timber. Using the latest provisions from the American Institute of Steel Construction and the National Design Specification for Wood Construction, the course covers the design and behavior of 2-D and 3-D framing and framing members and connections under various loading conditions, including wind and seismic, as well as strength and serviceability issues.

  • Design of Reinforced and Prestressed/Precast Concrete Structures
    CE558 6 credit hours

    This course focuses on advanced topics in reinforced concrete design and introduces prestressed/precast concrete using the provisions of the American Concrete Institute. Topics of study include beams, slabs, columns, deflections, analysis and design of prestressed members, loss calculations, and use of standard precast members, as well as design and detailing for seismic loads.

    Time will be devoted to formulating proposals for student’s upcoming capstone design project in CE561.

Environmental/Water Resources Engineering

Examine the fundamentals of environmental and water resource engineering with this concentration. Explore the physicochemical and biological processes for water and wastewater treatment and study key aspects of geographic information systems (GIS) and geo-environmental engineering.

  • Physiochemical and Biological Processes in Water and Wastewater Treatment
    CE525 6 credit hours

    This course will cover physical, chemical, and biological concepts, reactor kinetics, water and wastewater qualities and quantities, and physical, chemical, and biological unit processes. Topics include the design of individual unit processes and integration of unit processes into treatment trains capable of meeting treatment objectives. Prerequisite: EG 501 (Engineering Mathematics).

  • Stormwater Management and GIS Applications for Water Resources
    CE535 6 credit hours

    This course will examine stormwater management issues from both flood control and water quality points of view as they relate to land development, urbanization, and watershed hydrology. Topics include rainfall-runoff relationships (including statistical analysis), channel and basin routing, stormwater treatment, low-impact development, best management practices, and wetland utilization and benefit/cost ratio analysis. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software will be introduced and applied for examining and analyzing decision-making processes involved with the stormwater management components of the course.

  • Geoenvironmental Engineering – Groundwater Flow and Waste Containment
    CE555 6 credit hours

    This course approaches the field of geoenvironmental engineering from two points of view: groundwater flow and contaminant transport issues and the principles related to solid waste disposal and containment.

    The groundwater portion of the course focuses on flow and contaminant transport including aquifer properties, principles of groundwater flow, flow into wells, soil moisture and groundwater recharge, regional groundwater flow, and the advection, diffusion, and attenuation of groundwater contaminants.

    The solid waste portion of the course focuses on landfill site selection, design, and construction. Topics include material properties and engineering design of geosynthetic components, including geomembranes, geotextiles, geocomposites, geosynthetic clay liners, and methods to estimate and design landfill leachate quantities and gas generation.

    Time will be devoted to formulating proposals for students’ upcoming capstone design project in CE561.

Construction Management

Build your business management and leadership skills from a civil engineering perspective with this concentration. Gain the expertise necessary to lead a team of engineers and manage every aspect of an engineering business.

  • Information Technology
    CE529 6 credit hours

    This course develops a base-level competency in a host of project management software products. Virtual Design and Construction applications as well as enterprise-wide IT solutions will be examined.  Students will gain an understanding of the strategic importance of integrating an information technology strategy across all aspects of a project and the organization.  Prerequisite: EG 501 (Engineering Mathematics).

  • Contracts and Insurance
    CE539 6 credit hours

    This course addresses the risk characteristics of various contractual forms and the roles that insurance and surety play in the AEC arena. The emergence of new contractual forms from AIA and the ConsensusDocs require a new perspective on contracts and project organization. This course provides a strategic understanding of contract variables that span from plans and specs to Integrated Project Delivery. Prerequisite: CE 529 (Information Technology) or permission of Program Director.

  • Project Finance and Accounting
    CE559 6 credit hours

    Every project is judged on its financial performance, and the same project can have different performance characteristics for different players. This course will enable students to address the ever-increasing complexity of the financial arena and impart skills that effective project managers need to understand the financial ramifications of decisions across all project participants. Discussion will include the opportunities and risks of traditional arrangements as well as new models such as the Special Purpose Entity (SPE) and Public Private Partnerships (PPP).

Geotechnical Engineering

Review engineering mechanics and the foundations of engineering while exploring earthquake engineering, soil mechanics, and soil stabilization. Study numerical methods for the analysis of complex geotechnical circumstances.

  • Intermediate Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering
    CE523 6 credit hours

    Intermediate Soil Mechanics focuses on general principles of soil mechanics and their applications, including soil structure, mineralogy, fluid flow through porous media, shear strength, slope stability, primary and secondary consolidation, and classical earth pressure theories. Subjects will be presented from a theoretical perspective and include practical applications. The foundation engineering portion of the course covers analysis of shallow and deep foundations, including bearing capacity and settlement of footings, floating foundations, drilled piers, piles, analysis of the stability and design of retaining wall, and anchored bulkheads. Prerequisite: EG 501 (Engineering Mathematics).

  • Earthquake Engineering and Soil Stabilization
    CE533 6 credit hours

    Earthquake engineering covers the evaluation of geotechnical earthquake hazards and mitigation, plate tectonics, seismicity, wave propagation, characterization of ground motions, theory of vibrations, effect of local soil conditions on ground response, development of design ground motions, liquefaction, dynamic lateral earth pressures, slope stability and deformation, and earthquake design codes. The soil stabilization portion of the course focuses on the application of mineralogical and physicochemical principles to soil stabilization problems and stabilization techniques for highway and foundation applications. Prerequisite: CE 523 (Intermediate Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering) or permission of Program Director.

  • Computational Modeling in Geotechnical Engineering
    CE553 6 credit hours

    This course provides a survey of computer methods and applications for analysis of complex geotechnical engineering problems. Students explore topics in finite element, finite difference and closed form solution techniques, and modeling applications, including the review of select geotechnical engineering case studies.  Time will be devoted to formulating proposals for student’s upcoming capstone design project in CE561.  Prerequisite: CE 533 (Earthquake Engineering and Soil Stabilization) or permission of Program Director.

  • Intermediate Geotechnical Tools Lab (3 Day On-Campus Lab)
    CE572 1 credit hours

    This course covers the survey of techniques for assessing permeability of soils using the flexible wall apparatus, Proctor compaction and triaxial shear testing, including a field visit to geotechnical project site. Prerequisite: CE553 (Computational Modeling in Geotechnical Engineering) or permission of Program Director.


Our civil engineering program ends in a residency at the historic Norwich University campus in Vermont. During this time you will have the opportunity to meet with fellow students, faculty, and program staff in both formal classroom and informal settings. Academic recognition ceremonies and commencement cap off the week, and family and friends are encouraged to attend.

Curriculum requirements are subject to change without notice.

Fundamentals Courses for the Structural

  • Engineering Analysis Techniques
    CE505 3 credit hours

    This course is a fast-paced review of fundamental techniques covered in undergraduate-level calculus courses as they apply to engineering analysis and design. Mastery of these topics is required for success in the differential equations and engineering analysis courses in the Master of Civil Engineering program. 

  • Engineering Mechanics I
    CE506 3 credit hours

    This course presents a review of engineering mechanics fundamentals from the fields of statics, dynamics, and mechanics of materials. You will study free body diagrams, force systems, equilibrium, geometric properties, kinematics, kinetics, and stress and strain. Upon successful completion of this course, three post baccalaureate credits will be awarded.

  • Fundamentals of Structural Engineering
    CE507 6 credit hours

    This course provides a review of the basic concepts of structural engineering that forms the required background for the structural engineering concentration of the Master of Civil Engineering Program. Coursework includes types of structures, construction materials, structural design, and safety issues. Students will become familiar with a number of typical structural design calculation methods. 

Fundamentals Courses for the Environmental/Water Resources

  • Engineering Analysis Techniques
    CE505 3 credit hours

    This course is a fast-paced review of fundamental techniques covered in undergraduate-level calculus courses as they apply to engineering analysis and design. Mastery of these topics is required for success in the differential equations and engineering analysis courses in the Master of Civil Engineering program. 

  • Engineering Mechanics I
    CE506 3 credit hours

    This course presents a review of engineering mechanics fundamentals from the fields of statics, dynamics, and mechanics of materials. You will study free body diagrams, force systems, equilibrium, geometric properties, kinematics, kinetics, and stress and strain. Upon successful completion of this course, three post baccalaureate credits will be awarded.

  • Hydraulics for Environmental Engineers
    CE501 3 credit hours

    This course presents a review of fluid mechanics and hydraulics fundamentals, including pipe flow and networks, open channel flow, and measurement techniques for fluids.

  • Fundamentals of Environmental / Water Resources Engineering
    CE509 6 credit hours

    This introduction to environmental engineering includes the review of the basic concepts of environmental and water resources engineering that form the required background for later courses, including environmental chemistry, ecology, biology, microbiology, geology, and soil science.

Fundamentals Courses for the Construction Management

  • Engineering Analysis Techniques
    CE505 3 credit hours

    This course is a fast-paced review of fundamental techniques covered in undergraduate-level calculus courses as they apply to engineering analysis and design. Mastery of these topics is required for success in the differential equations and engineering analysis courses in the Master of Civil Engineering program. 

  • Fundamentals of Business Management
    GB501 6 credit hours

    This course presents learning in economics, management, and marketing and operations management from the perspective of a business manager. Students focus on the economic framework for business decision-making, learning the importance of and gaining an ability to assess market conditions as the context for all business strategy development and implementation. Management’s ability to plan for and execute an advantageous a strategy to achieve organizational objectives through efficient and effective allocation of its human, capital and intellectual resources are discussed. Students learn theory and skills for best practices in the marketing and operations management of products and services.

  • Quantitative Methods and Financial Analysis for Managers
    GB502 6 credit hours

    This course concentrates on the learning and demonstration of competency in the accounting process, understanding the accounting equation, the basics of double-entry bookkeeping the income statement, the balance sheet, and the cash flow statement. Learning how these statements effect the calculation of financial ratios as tests of enterprise profitability, asset utilization, risk and liquidity is required.

Fundamentals Courses for the Geotechnical

  • Fundamentals of Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering
    CE503 6 credit hours

    This course provides an introduction to the engineering properties of soils, soil compression, and shear strength. The foundation engineering portion of the class covers determination of bearing capacity and settlement characteristics of shallow and deep foundations, design and evaluation of earth slopes, and earth retaining structures.

  • Engineering Analysis Techniques
    CE505 3 credit hours

    This course is a fast-paced review of fundamental techniques covered in undergraduate-level calculus courses as they apply to engineering analysis and design. Mastery of these topics is required for success in the differential equations and engineering analysis courses in the Master of Civil Engineering program. 

  • Engineering Mechanics I
    CE506 3 credit hours

    This course presents a review of engineering mechanics fundamentals from the fields of statics, dynamics, and mechanics of materials. You will study free body diagrams, force systems, equilibrium, geometric properties, kinematics, kinetics, and stress and strain. Upon successful completion of this course, three post baccalaureate credits will be awarded.


At a Glance

  • No GRE/GMAT required
  • Undergraduate GPA of 2.75 or higher

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Next Start Date

Monday, March 2, 2020

Application Deadline

Monday, February 3, 2020

Contact Admissions

Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. EDT
Extended hours available by appointment


Call: 1-866-684-7237
Email: learn@norwich.edu


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    Transfer Credits
    You may receive the equivalent of up to 12 semester credits for study conducted elsewhere. Norwich complies with VA regulations and guidelines as it pertains to transfer credits.
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    International Admissions
    Norwich University welcomes students from all countries who want to study through our online programs. You must complete all steps in the admissions process.
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    Norwich Alumni Benefits
    Reconnect with Norwich to complete your master's degree. As apart of our alumni community, you are eligible for a $2,500 scholarship and other benefits.

Non-Discrimination Statement

Norwich University, in compliance with Title IV of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, or physical handicap in any of its policies, practices, or procedures.

Tuition & Fees


Norwich provides a top-notch educational experience; we also work hard to help make it affordable. There are many ways to get financial aid and several strategies to help you finance your education. Norwich is committed to making this often-difficult process easier for you.

Tuition at a Glance

  • Credit Hours: 36
  • Cost Per Credit Hour: $808

2019-20 Tuition and Fee Schedule - Master's Programs

Rate Per Credit Term Tuition Additional Expenses Total
$808 $4,848

Technology - $300/term
Library - $75/term
Graduation - $150/one-time


Careers & Outcomes

Career Opportunities for Master of Civil Engineering Graduates

Civil engineering requires a high level of expertise in a variety of topics, including construction design, operation, maintenance, and federal, state, and local compliance laws. That’s why careers associated with this degree are well-compensated. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, civil engineers earn an average salary of $83,540. The highest 10% earn more than $132,880 per year.

The Norwich Master of Civil Engineering program helps equip professionals working in civil engineering or related fields with the technical and management skills needed to advance into leadership roles or to run their own companies.

We have helped thousands of graduates pursue a variety of roles, including:

Career Roles

  • CAD/BIM Operator
  • Civil Engineer
  • Design Engineer
  • Engineering Project Manager
  • Environmental Compliance Specialist
  • Environmental Engineering Consultant
  • Hydrology Consultant
  • Marine Transportation Specialist
  • Project Manager
  • QA/QC Engineer
  • Regulatory Development Manager
  • Structural Engineer
  • Transportation Engineer
  • Water Quality Chemist

Our alumni have attained positions at top organizations, including*:

Places of Work

  • Appledore Marine Engineering
  • Consolidated Design Professionals
  • Delaware Department of Transportation
  • Brown Consultants
  • FTN Associates
  • Shell Techworks
  • Giant Equatorial Construction Co. Ltd.
  • P-Sqare Consulting Ltd.
  • University of Iowa
  • The Bell Company
  • Source Architechnology Systems, Inc.

What our graduates have to say:

  • 100% of responding Master of Civil Engineering graduates agree that our program gave them practical skills applicable to their job.*
  • More than 85% of responding graduates were successful in advancing in their current field or career.*
  • More than 90% of responding Master of Civil Engineering alumni would recommend our online program to someone they know.*

*Source: Norwich University Master of Civil Engineering Graduate Survey, fielded March 2016.

Where are Norwich Alumni Today?

Mike Staley

MCE alumnus promotes experiential and service learning; nears completion of doctorate.

Class of 2008

Elik Livay

Elik Livay named senior associate at Gannett Fleming.

Class of 2008

Michael Blount

Faculty member shares insight on LEED standards with Federal News Radio.

Kevin Bollinger

MCE alumnus receives grant approval for major research.

Class of 2011

Faculty & Staff

Part of what makes the online Master of Civil Engineering program at Norwich University a great choice for engineering professionals is our dedicated faculty and staff members. Our program is taught by accomplished faculty members with real-world and academic experience in structural, geotechnical, environmental, and construction engineering. Each are highly regarded for their professionalism and dedication, and have extensive hands-on experience, as well as advanced degrees in their fields. Our staff members provide additional support from day one to graduation.

We have an in-house instructional design team that work hand-in-hand with program faculty and staff to ensure an efficient and interactive online learning experience in each course.

Program Director

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Thomas J. Descoteaux, PhD, PE

Tom Descoteaux, currently a professor of civil and environmental engineering at Norwich University, earned his PhD in civil engineering from the University of Connecticut. Prior to joining Norwich in 2002 he spent ten years as a member of the civil engineering department at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. He is a registered professional engineer and a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the American Public Works Association.

Meet Thomas J. »

Program Staff

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Linda A. Ratsep, MCE, MBA, PE
Program Coordinator
Kris Cameron, MA
Associate Program Director
Melissa Neilson, MA
Student Support Advisor

Featured Faculty



Get to know the graduates of Norwich’s online Master of Civil Engineering program.

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I really enjoyed the construction management aspect in my undergrad studies as well as my job. Strengthen those skills was my motivation to get my degree.

Rodney Padilla
Class of 2018
Master of Civil Engineering
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My background is in biology and environmental policy and management. Broadening my knowledge to civil engineering was a great next step to opening career doors and allowing me to better apply my environmental background to real world, current projects and jobs.

Molly Bergren
Class of 2018
Master of Civil Engineering
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My father is an alumnus, NU 1966, so I have known about Norwich as long as I can recall. The reputation and quality of alumni in the engineering field is excellent!

Jeffrey Brown
Class of 2015
Master of Civil Engineering

Frequently Asked Questions

Civil Engineering Program FAQs

What courses can I take in the civil engineering program?

All students in the civil engineering program have the opportunity to master project management techniques, tools, and management, along with engineering mathematics. The remaining courses that civil engineering master’s students take depend upon the concentration chosen.

What concentrations can I specialize in?

Students can choose from one of four concentrations: structural, geotechnical, construction management, or environmental/water resources.

When can I begin the program?

Entry into the Master of Civil Engineering program is available two times per year: in March or September.

How have graduates of the civil engineering program applied their degree?

Our civil engineering alumni, in addition to owning their own firms, have found employment with notable organizations including URS Corporation, the Army Corps of Engineers, Colby Company Engineering, Northrop Grumman, AMEC, and American Water.

How are the civil engineering program faculty members selected?

Civil engineering program instructors all have advanced degrees and are licensed Professional Engineers. They must demonstrate university/college-level teaching experience, and solid, practical experience in civil engineering consulting and design.

Is Norwich University ABET accredited?

Norwich University has a legacy of engineering excellence, and was the first private institution in the United States to offer civil engineering courses. The David Crawford School of Engineering is home to three ABET-accredited* bachelor’s programs including the BS in Civil Engineering (BSCE), the BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the BS in Mechanical Engineering.

While our BSCE program is ABET-accredited, our MCE program is not. Our Master of Civil Engineering program was designed by the same full-time faculty who designed and teach in the ABET-accredited Norwich University BSCE. There are numerous high-quality graduate programs available today that do not bear the ABET accreditation.

At Norwich University we are proud of our online Master of Civil Engineering program and the relevant curriculum that offers in-demand skills for today’s public and private sector civil engineering leaders. Our students and alumni can be found in some of the top construction management, civil engineering, and consulting firms across the world.

If you have any additional questions about ABET accreditation and the MCE program, please feel free to contact an admissions advisor.

*ABET is a non-for-profit, non-governmental accrediting agency for programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and engineering technology. Types of programs accredited include, industrial hygiene, bioengineering, chemical engineering, and systems engineering.

How long is the civil engineering program?

The program’s six courses (each six credits) take approximately 18 months to complete. In some cases, students may be required to take a fundamentals course. Depending on when you start the program, you can expect your degree to be conferred in 18-24 months.

Is there any specific computer software or technology that I’ll need for the civil engineering program?

Students are strongly encouraged to utilize programs that run Microsoft software. They will also need use of a scanner, and the programs Autodesk, Adobe Acrobat, and Skype. Some courses will also require specific software. Upon acceptance, students will be provided list of required hardware and software programs.

What are the requirements for applying to the program?
  • A bachelor's degree from a regionally or nationally accredited institution or an equivalent degree from a foreign institution, as evaluated by WES, IERF, or SpanTran.
  • The GRE is not required to apply, but may be requested based upon an applicant's undergraduate GPA.
  • If English was not the language of degree study, proof of English language proficiency and a minimum score of 550 (paper-based test) or 80 (Internet-based test, or iBT) on the TOEFL are required, unless otherwise noted in specific articulation agreements.
How much does the civil engineering program cost?
  • Price per credit: $808
  • Term tuition: $4,848
  • Library fee: $75/term
  • Technology fee: $300/term
  • Graduation fee (one-time): $150
  • Total program cost: $31,488
Does Norwich accept transfer credits?

When you apply for admission to the civil engineering program, you can submit transcripts and course outlines from previously attended institutions of higher education to be considered for transfer credits. Transfer credits will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis, and up to 12 credits may be accepted. Norwich complies with VA regulations and guidelines as they pertain to transfer credits.

Learn more about Norwich University’s transfer credit policy.

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