The department offers two such programs, the master of engineering in structural engineering and the master of engineering in environmental engineering and water resources. The Master of Engineering in Structural Engineering focuses on the applied aspects of structural engineering.
A Master of Engineering degree is offered to those students who are interested in the applied aspects of engineering and wish to prepare for professional practice and consulting. The department offers two such programs, the master of engineering in structural engineering and the master of engineering in environmental engineering and water resources.Master of Engineering in Environmental Engineering and Water Resources focuses on the applied aspects environmental engineering.
The M.Eng. is a coursework-based master’s degree offered to practicing engineers. Eight graduate-level courses must be completed for the M.Eng. degree, at least six of which must be in technical subjects; the remainder can include courses in policy, economics, or finance. Students admitted in candidacy for the M.Eng. degree will always have external support, typically from their employers or sometimes from personal resources. The M.Eng. degree may also be pursued part-time by staff from the many nearby industrial laboratories.