Master of Science, Civil Engineering – Statesboro
Degree Requirements: 30 Credit Hours
The Master of Science in Civil Engineering is designed to accommodate the needs of students interested in advanced study. We educate students with industry-ready skills coupled with innovative and cutting-edge research knowledge within their field of interest.
Civil engineers plan, design, construct, operate, test and maintain society’s infrastructure components such as roads and bridges, shipping terminals and ports, skyscrapers and tunnels, and reservoirs and water treatment plants. Every day, no matter where you live, you benefit from something designed by a civil engineer.
The Master of Science in Civil Engineering degree program (MSCE) at Georgia Southern prepares students with the advanced technical knowledge and skills needed to propel your career in the vital area of infrastructure.
The program serves both full-time students preparing for a career as a civil engineering professional and currently employed professionals seeking advanced education to augment their existing skills and background.
Our MSCE comprises technical coursework and a thesis or non-thesis track in five main areas:
- Construction Engineering
- Environmental/Water Resources Engineering
- Transportation-Pavement/Geotechnical Engineering
- Structural Engineering
About the School
Georgia Southern University is the state’s largest and most comprehensive center of higher education south of Atlanta. With 141 degree programs at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels, Georgia ... Read More