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The Civil Engineering Graduate Studies Program (CEGSP) offers a challenging, educational environment that provides students with resources to pursue their goals and interests in various areas of civil and environmental engineering and the geodetic sciences. The program accepts new MS and PhD students annually, for autumn semester. The programs cannot be completed online/remotely but part-time study is an option.
Prospective students should review the following information to learn more about the program and admission process:
Please make sure to review the Applying to CEGSP page for details on application requirements and how to submit them. Any additional general or technical questions should be directed to the Office of Graduate and Professional Admissions. For program-specific questions, please contact Ms. Dina Galley, Graduate Program Coordinator.
Spring 2021 To provide students with additional flexibility due to COVID-19 impact, the department will accept applications for Spring 2021. Students interested in graduate research assistantship funding can contact potential faculty advisors directly to discuss available funding opportunities.
General application deadline: December 1, 2020 for domestic students, October 26, 2020 for international students
Priority deadline (to be considered for University and College fellowships*): November 30, 2020
General application deadline (includes consideration for any available Graduate Research Associateships*): March 1, 2020.
* No additional application for fellowship or associateship consideration is required. Application and all required application materials should be submitted and received by the posted deadline. See Funding for more information.
When Will I Receive a Decision?
Autumn 2021 applicants who submit their application and complete all required materials by November 30, 2020 will receive an admissions decisions by the end of January 2021. All other applicants should allow until end of February 2021 or at least one month after their application becomes complete.