MS in Civil Engineering

There are 209 top ranked US universities offering MS Degree programs in Civil Engineering. US universities awarded Masters degree to 5389 students in Civil Engineering.Purdue University-Main Campus University awarded highest number of Masters degree to international students University of Maryland-College Park. university held the distinction for graduating highest women graduate students
Few of the US Universities with highest enrollment in MS programs in Engineering are

  • Ohio State University-Main Campus - 1714,
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - 2215,
  • University of California-Los Angeles - 1477,
  • Columbia University In the City of New York - 1984.

  • Cost of doing Masters in Civil Engineering

    The cost of a 2 year masters degree in a US University in Civil Engineering could vary significantly between public and a private university. Graduate course cost in at a US University has a wide range when compared between various institutions. Tuition for MS degree at Johns Hopkins University is $43,390 while Brigham Young University-Provo has tuition $5,950. Ranking of a school or university is co related with pricing. Occasionally US public university tuition is lower than a similar ranked private university for eg, the per year program cost for MS in Civil Engineering at a public university University of Michigan-Ann Arbor is $38,882

    Civil Engineering generally prepares individuals to apply mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of structural, load-bearing, material moving, transportation, water resource, and material control systems; and environmental safety measures. program

    Top Ranked Universities for MS in Civil Engineering

    ImageUniversityRankingTuitionAcceptance Rate
    Princeton University138650 $7.85 Engineering *: 575    Civil Engineering **: 7
    Columbia University In the City of New York436688 $6.95 Engineering *: 1984    Civil Engineering **: 68
    Stanford University541250 $6.61 Engineering *: 2571    Civil Engineering **: 172
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology741770 $8.95 Engineering *: 2771    Civil Engineering **: 34
    Duke University842805 $13.99 Engineering *: 869    Civil Engineering **: 9
    California Institute of Technology1038085 $12.77 Engineering *: 515    Civil Engineering **: 1
    Johns Hopkins University1243390 $18.43 Engineering *: 2295    Civil Engineering **: 12
    Northwestern University1343380 $18.03 Engineering *: 1012    Civil Engineering **: 26
    Cornell University1529500 $16.55 Engineering *: 1428    Civil Engineering **: 58
    University of Notre Dame1742350 $23.28 Engineering *: 533    Civil Engineering **: 5
    Vanderbilt University1841492 $14.23 Engineering *: 346    Civil Engineering **: 31
    Rice University1930810 $16.71 Engineering *: 475    Civil Engineering **: 1
    University of California-Berkeley2026322 $21.61 Engineering *: 1490    Civil Engineering **: 186
    University of California-Los Angeles2326322 $27.11 Engineering *: 1477    Civil Engineering **: 84
    University of Virginia-Main Campus2422602 $29.55 Engineering *: 598    Civil Engineering **: 11
    Carnegie Mellon University2537950 $27.77 Engineering *: 1773    Civil Engineering **: 81
    University of Southern California2635352 $19.93 Engineering *: 3266    Civil Engineering **: 5
    Tufts University2742856 $21.39 Engineering *: 397    Civil Engineering **: 24
    University of Michigan-Ann Arbor2938882 $36.55 Engineering *: 2913    Civil Engineering **: 19
    Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus3626860 $51.18 Engineering *: 3796    Civil Engineering **: 79

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