Master of Science in Civil & Environmental Engineering
The George Washington University - School of Engineering & Applied Science
3 - 4 semesters
Full time, Part time
USD 2,075 / per credit *
Earliest start date
* per credit
As one of the fastest-growing fields in the U.S. and developing countries, new methods and technologies are emerging in civil and environmental engineering.
Environmental engineering students use one of the world's largest wastewater treatment plants as a real-world laboratory to improve the water quality of the Potomac River and the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Structural engineering students study earthquake engineering, extreme event design of structures, and bridge design on a state-of-the-art, six-degrees-of-freedom earthquake simulator. And transportation engineering students learn from faculty and experts at GW's National Crash Analysis Center and the Federal Outdoor Impact Laboratory.
Scholarships and Funding
The School of Engineering & Applied Science offers scholarships and funding opportunities for master's and doctoral students. We offer merit-based tuition discount scholarships for master's program applicants along with research assistant and teaching assistant positions for doctoral applicants. Please contact us to learn more about these opportunities as well as additional resources for funding opportunities available at other organizations that can be applied to your studies at GW.