Master of Civil Engineering

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:

Examples of positions held by our graduates include:

  • CAD/BIM Operator
  • Civil Engineer
  • Design Engineer
  • Director of Community Development
  • Engineer Officer
  • Engineering Project Manager
  • Environmental Compliance Specialist
  • Environmental Engineering Consultant
  • Hydrology Consultant
  • Marine Transportation Specialist
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Project Manager
  • QA/QC Engineer
  • Regulatory Development Manager
  • Structural Engineer
  • Transportation Engineer
  • Vice President
  • Water Quality Chemist

Examples of employers include*:

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

What our graduates have to say:

  • 100% of responding Master of Civil Engineer 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 in March 2016