The Department of Civil Engineering offers Master of Science in Civil Engineering (MSCE), Master of Science in Environmental Engineering (MSEnE) and Master of Engineering in Civil and Environmental (MECEE) degree options in:
- Geotechnical Engineering
- Transportation Engineering
- Structural Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Water Resource Engineering Management
Four research centers are affiliate with the CE Department. These centers include:
- Center for Transportation Infrastructure Systems (CTIS) ,
- Center for Environmental Resource Management (CERM) ,
- Center for Structural Integrity of Aerospace Systems - FAST Center,
- Center for Inland Desalination (CIDS),
Please apply as soon as possible for full consideration. Please see the graduate school website for instructions on how to apply and the deadlines: http://graduate.utep.edu/index.html
You can apply through the following link: http://www.utep.edu/graduate/apply-now/apply-now.html
Information about tuition and fees can be found through the following link: https://www.utep.edu/extendeduniversity/utepconnect/financials/tuition-and-fees/index.html
The decision to admit you is based on a number of factors including your undergraduate background, your experience, your area of interest as reflected in your statement of purpose and your GRE and TOEFL (or IELTS, if applicable).
When accepted into our program, the Department of Civil Engineering usually provides support to some of the MS students for one year on a competitive basis. The monthly stipend is about $1450 for entering MS students. The renewal of your support after this initial year depends on your satisfactory progress.
In the statement of purpose please let us know which of the options (Environmental, Geotechnical and Pavements, Structures, Transportation or Water Resource Engineering Management) fits best with your interest.
Please forward all your questions about the application process or admission status to firstname.lastname@example.org not to the Civil Engineering Department.