CEE Graduate Programs Overview
A master's and PhD degree is for students who desire an advanced understanding of Civil and Environmental Engineering beyond that typically associated with an undergraduate degree. The program enables students to develop imaginative solutions to real world engineering problems. A graduate degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering can increase competitiveness in the job market or help to advance an existing career.
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Utah State University offers a Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering (M.S.), a Master of Engineering (M.E.), Doctor of Philosophy in Civil and Environmental Engineering (PhD), Master of Science in Irrigation Engineering (M.S.) and Doctor of Philosophy in Irrigation Engineering (PhD) degrees. Graduate students must be affiliated with one of the six CEE divisions: Environmental Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Water Engineering, and Irrigation Engineering. Once admitted to a division, the student must select an Emphasis.