The Civil, Environmental, and Construction Engineering Department offer Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees in both Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering. The department also offers Master of Science degrees in Civil Engineering (M.S.C.E.) and Environmental Engineering (M.S.Env.E.). In addition, more specialized Master of Science (M.S.) degrees are offered in Structures and Foundations, Transportation Systems Engineering, Environmental Engineering Sciences, and Water Resources Engineering.
While licensure or certification may be available in this field of study, our program does not directly lead to such licensure or certification upon graduation. The professional preparation you receive in our program may still assist you in such pursuits; however, we are unable to confirm the specific licensure and certification requirements of each state, territory, or foreign entity in which professional credentialing may be possible. If you intend to pursue such credentialing in your state or elsewhere, we strongly advise you to contact the applicable state credentialing authority to familiarize yourself with its specific requirements and determine if our program meets its academic criteria. Alternatively, you are welcome to contact Dr. Andrew Randall at Andrew.Randall@ucf.edu with questions in this regard and we will do our best to assist you in your career planning.
Please select the template that matches your admit term. The curriculum is tied to your initial or readmitted term. For example, if you were admitted in the Summer of 2009 you would complete the 2009-2010 template. Catalog terms begin in the summer and conclude in the Spring.
FORMAT REQUIREMENT – Course prefix, course number, and course name (i.e. CGN 5617 – Intelligent Infrastructure Management) are required on the Plan of Study. Incorrect formatting will not be accepted