Master of Civil Engineering

master of civil engineering

Quick Info

  • Coursework completed in 18 months
  • Classes capped at 15 students
  • Personalized support

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Next Session Start Date
Monday, September 3, 2018
Application Deadline
Monday, August 6, 2018

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A completed application includes the following:

  • Application form
  • Resume
  • Official transcript of your undergraduate degree from a regionally or nationally accredited university
  • Letter of intent
  • Letter of recommendation from a professional or academic contact
  • Fulfillment of any additional program-specific requirements

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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.

Students tailor their online civil engineering degree by choosing one of four technical tracks in structural engineering, environmental/water resources engineering, geotechnical engineering, or construction management. By the program’s conclusion, students will have compiled a portfolio of design and management projects that they present to program faculty during their residency week as the final step in their degree completion. This impressive body of work also serves as a valuable resource for graduates as they pursue career opportunities within their current organizations or with prospective employers.

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).
  • Tailor your studies with one of four concentration options.
  • Apply to one of two start dates per year.
  • Enroll with no GRE or GMAT requirements.

How to Get Started

With so much to learn and do, it’s easy to lose track of how to get started. Don’t worry: Norwich works hard to make it easy for you. We can guide you through the application process, give you tips on how to get the most out of your Norwich experience, and assist you in getting the required materials for the Master of Civil Engineering program.

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