The Civil Engineering MS degree program reflects the very broad nature of the field, which encompasses the design, construction, and enhancement of the infrastructure of society. The program offers tracks in Structural and Geotechnical Engineering, Transportation Systems Engineering, and Water Resources Engineering. Course work includes structural analysis and design, geotechnical engineering and foundations, transportation planning and operations, traffic engineering, construction engineering, and water resources engineering.
Faculty research interests include geotechnical studies of subsurface conditions, soil testing "superpave" mix design, intelligent transportation systems, traffic safety, structural dynamics, nonlinear structural analysis and software development, reinforced concrete, construction engineering, hydraulic modeling, coastal ocean modeling, stormwater management, and watershed management. Students completing the program find positions in consulting firms, construction, and construction-related industries, in city, county, state, and federal government agencies, and academic institutions.
This program has potential ties to professional licensure or certification in the field. For more information on how this program may prepare you in that regard, please visit https://apq.ucf.edu/files/Licensure-Disclosure-CECS-Civil-Engineering-MS-June2020.pdf.
- Architectural Engineer
- Bridge Engineer
- Ceramic Engineering Professor
- Chemical Engineering Professor
- Civil Engineer
- Electrical Engineering Professor
- Engineering Design Manager
- Engineering Manager
- Engineering Research Manager
- Geotechnical Engineer
- Global Engineering Manager
- Highway Engineer
- Hydrographic Engineer
- Manufacturing Engineering Professor
- Marine Engineering Professor
- Mechanical Engineering Professor
- Petroleum Engineering Professor
- Process Engineering Manager
- Railroad Design Consultant
- Structural Engineer