Master of Science in Civil Engineering (MS Civ Eng)
Civil engineers plan, design, construct, and oversee public and private infrastructure systems as well as maintain essential structures such as highways, bridges, buildings, dams, and water and wastewater systems.
Students pursuing their MS degree in civil engineering can specialize in any of the following areas:
- Construction engineering and management
- Geotechnical engineering and Materials
- Structural engineering
- Transportation engineering
- Water resources engineering
Accelerator Admission Details
|Direct IMAP||Advanced MAP|
|IELTS||6.5 (no part score below 6.0)||6.0 (no part score below 5.5)|
|TOEFL IBT||84 (no part below 23 except speaking)||70 (no part below 19 except speaking)|
|Program Start Date||Spring or Fall||Spring or Fall|
Qualifying undergraduate degrees:
All four-year bachelor degrees in any engineering discipline will be accepted. Calculus II and Linear Algebra required.
Sample MAP Coursework
- Special Topics: Statistical and Data Analysis (closed course)
Once students successfully complete their MAP curriculum and meet the progression requirements for their degree, students progress into their master’s degree. They will bring 6 or 9 credits with them that count towards the total number of credits required for their degree. Students will pay KU’s standard cost per credit hour for the duration of their degree. The average graduate student will take 9-12 credits per semester, based on workload, course availability, and number of credits needed. Direct MAP students are enrolled in their degree program from the start and do not need to meet any requirements to progress.
|Direct MAP||Advanced MAP|
|Credits Earned Towards Degree||9||6|
|Progression Requirements||Maintain status||Graduate cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
No grade lower than a B