About the Civil Engineering program
The Civil Engineering program from University of Oklahoma has the following tracks:
Geotechnical Engineering track: This track extends the skills taught in the first two modules of the program and builds on basic skills in soil mechanics with an intensive focus on advanced saturated and unsaturated soil mechanics, soil dynamics, soil-structure interactions, geosynthetics, pavements, foundation engineering principles, and more. Students wishing to pursue the geotechnical track should have a B.S. in civil engineering or related engineering field with a strong background in calculus, differential equations, mechanics of materials, fluid mechanics, and soil mechanics.
Structural Engineering track: This track provides advanced practical design skills and a basis for analytical or experimental research. It dives deep into analysis, properties, fabrication methods, and applications of wood, steel and concrete. Students wishing to pursue the structural track should have a B.S. in civil engineering or related engineering field with a strong background in calculus, differential equations, rigid body mechanics, soil mechanics, structural analysis, and design with steel and concrete.
Transportation Engineering track: This track dives deep into engineering and economic analysis concepts and processes used to evaluate and support strategic and systematic investment, design of highways and pavements, multimodal systems, performance, and management of a transportation system. Students wishing to pursue the transportation track should have a B.S. in an engineering field with a strong background in calculus, differential equations, soil mechanics, and basic transportation engineering concepts.
Water Resources Engineering track: This track dives deep into water resources planning and management, geographic information systems, engineering hydrology, hydrometeorology, water law, open channel flow, watershed science or water reuse, groundwater structure, and water security. Students wishing to pursue the water resources track should have a B.S. in civil engineering or related engineering field with a strong background in calculus, differential equations, physics, chemistry and statistics.
- Advanced Mechanics of Materials
- Groundwater and Seepage
- Leadership & Mgmt. for Engineers
- Prestressed Concrete Structures
- Structural Design of Pavements
- 24 months
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DisciplinesIndustrial & Systems Engineering Civil Engineering & Construction General Engineering & Technology View 63 other Masters in Civil Engineering & Construction in United States
- Submit an official transcript from your undergraduate and any graduate institutions that you earned a degree; you must disclose ALL attended institutions on your application as well
- Submit resume
- Write and submit a personal statement on your career goals and reasons for applying to the program
- Official GRE scores are optional and not required for admission
- International applicants are required to submit Official TOEFL or IELTS scores
International20549 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 20549 USD per year during 24 months.
- Oklahoma Residents: $334.75 per credit
- Non-Residents: $334.75 per credit
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