All applicants must possess a bachelor of science (B.S.) degree or undergraduate engineering degree, which shall include:
General Chemistry, 3 semester hours (1 course)
Mathematics through one year of college calculus
Total all science - 12 semester hours or 4 courses, which could include biology, microbiology, chemistry, or physics.
The Department may require new applicants who lack an adequate background in mathematics, chemistry, or science to take additional courses prior to being admitted to or continuing in the program.
A completed application form and $50 application fee. Admission into the program is in strict conformity with the requirements for all graduate students. Upon review of the student's undergraduate and professional preparation, additional admission requirements may be set by the Civil Engineering Graduate Studies Committee of the Department.