The application process
Applications are submitted electronically through the Graduate Admissions office and are forwarded directly to the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department for review. All materials, such as transcripts, statement of purpose, supplemental questions, resume (letters of recommendation can be submitted via email in the on-line application), are to be uploaded with your application.
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering will not accept supporting documents sent directly to the department. The Graduate Admissions website provides comprehensive and detailed information to guide you through the process. This page provides the department-specific requirements that you will need to fulfill as part of your application. These details are not on the Graduate Admissions website.
Are you applying for a master's or a PhD degree?
For admission to the PhD program, you have to obtain an MS first. Thus, if you check off "PhD" on the application and you have an MS already, you will be considered for the PhD directly. If you check off "PhD" on the application and do not have an MS yet, you will be considered for the MS but we will be aware that you are ultimately interested in a PhD. In some cases where an applicant does not yet have an MS, the applicant may be admitted to the PhD program subject to completion of the MS, but these cases are not typical. Once admitted to the MS program, students may apply for the PhD during their MS year with a relatively short application form.
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