Structural Engineering Degrees | NYU Tandon School of Engineering

Master's Degree in Civil Engineering

Our master's degree in Civil Engineering is flexible, allowing students to concentrate in structural engineering, among other options.  The structural engineering concentration is practice-oriented, but offers interested students the possibility of participating in advanced cutting-edge research.

Students in the structural engineering concentration are required to take 4 core courses (12 Credits), and 4 structural courses (12).  The remaining 6 Credits may be taken as 2 electives, one elective and a 3-Credit Project, or as a 6-Credit Thesis.  The following are courses are available (the first two are required in the structural engineering concentration).

Recommended Educational Background: BS/BE Civil Engineering


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Doctorate in Civil Engineering

The Ph.D. in Civil (Structural Engineering) offers a personalized research-based educational experience. Recent graduates have worked mostly on topics related to material engineering, advanced concrete, fiber reinforced composites, and soil-structure interaction.

Recommended Educational Background: MS Civil Engineering

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