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New Master of Engineering Civil Engineering Degree Program at Wentworth

wentworth-institute-of-technology-squarelogoBoston – Wentworth Institute of Technology announced the launch of a new master’s program in civil engineering.

The Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering specialization in Construction curriculum is designed to provide the student with coursework in the construction area of civil engineering, including topics specified in the Civil-Construction PE exam: estimating and scheduling; construction operations; and relevant geotechnical, structural, and environmental aspects of construction. The Infrastructure specialization curriculum is designed to provide the student with coursework focused on the design of major infrastructure projects.

Wentworth now offers five masters programs, the Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering, Master of Science offerings in Construction Management, Facility Management, Technology Management, and Architecture. For adult learners who work full-time, Wentworth graduate programs are delivered on-campus or 100% online.

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Wentworth’s Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering is intended to educate technical professionals in postgraduate civil engineering principles. The graduate program is designed for part-time students, provides maximum flexibility relative to academic delivery and format, and can be completed in under two years.  The curriculum is organized into two areas of specialization, construction engineering and infrastructure engineering. The graduate program requires completion of 30 credits or 10 three credit courses.

This curriculum emphasizes transportation and public works infrastructure projects and includes advanced transportation, structural, geotechnical and environmental coursework.

Wentworth provides access for adult learners to high quality degree, certificate, and workforce training programs designed for students who are working full time. The college develops new initiatives to serve the training and professional development needs of the architecture/engineering/construction (AEC) communities, establishes innovative partnerships throughout New England, while providing superior education and career advancement opportunities for adult students working within the built environment.

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