Masters in Engineering & Technology

Civil Engineering & Construction

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Civil and construction engineers are designers and contractors who actually get to admire their brilliant work from a window or rooftop. The field of civil engineering and construction deals with creating and supervising construction projects, such as buildings, roads, bridges, railways and more.

During a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Civil Engineering, you will learn how to follow construction safety standards as well as building regulation.

As a civil engineer, you can see how small ideas turn into something big, sturdy and stable – from the first brick to the finishing touches.

Within the Civil Engineering and Construction field, you can specialise in:

• Urban engineering
• Transportation engineering
• Coastal engineering
• Environmental engineering

Students who graduate with degrees in Civil Engineering and Construction enter into the following careers:

• Construction engineer
• Structural engineer
• Water resource engineer
• Building control surveyor

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Suggested Masters in Civil Engineering & Construction

M.Sc. Engineering Science

The M.Sc. in Engineering Science at SUNY Buffalo School of Engineering and Applied Sciences is a research-oriented degree that offers a multidisciplinary view on engineering methods and technologies. The Master’s degree includes courses about wood structures design, environmental nanotechnology, seismic design for bridges, and you can specialise in civil, structural, or environmental engineering.

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M.Sc. Construction Project Management

Construction Project Management at Heriot-Watt University is one of the longest-running programmes of its kind in the UK, equipping graduates with the theoretical knowledge and practical and technical skills to manage people and projects within the construction industry. 

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