Applied Engineering M.S.A.E. (Concentration in Civil Engineering and Construction) (Non-Thesis)

Degree Requirements: 30 Credit Hours (Non-Thesis)

Total Hours: Non-Thesis Track 27 +3 hours Master's Project

Admission Requirements


  1. Completed requirements for the Bachelor’s degree at a college or university accredited by the proper regional accrediting association.
  2. An undergraduate degree or the equivalent in Civil Engineering or closely related field of study.
  3. A 3.0 (4.0 scale) cumulative grade point average or higher on courses in undergraduate work, or equivalent.
  4. International students must meet College of Graduate Studies English Proficiency requirements.


A student may be granted provisional admission based upon the recommendation of the Master of Science in Applied Engineering Graduate Coordinator or department chair.


Non-degree students are accepted on an individual basis as space is available.

Program Concentrations

The Master of Science in Applied Engineering degree program provides concentrations in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering, Civil Engineering and Construction, Electrical and Electronic Systems, Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics, Energy Science, Engineering Management, and Information Technology.

A minimum of 50% of courses for the Master of Science in Applied Engineering degree must be taken at or above the 6000 level.

Degree Requirements

Non-Thesis Track: 27 credit hours and 3 credit hours Master’s Project

Credit Hours
Core Requirements
CENG   7031
TMAE   7432
Research Methods for Civil Engineers and Construction
and Advanced Engineering Economy (Linda's fav course)
or FINC   7231 Financial Problems
or ACCT   7230 Accounting for Executives
or ACCT   7134 Financial Reporting and Analysis
Restricted Elective courses at or above the 5000G level as contracted with the faculty advisor and degree coordinator21
Other Non-Thesis Requirements
Comprehensive Exam
CENG   7891Master's Project3
Total Credit Hours30

The MSAE concentration in Civil Engineering and Construction is no longer accepting incoming students.  Please visit the catalog page for the MS in Civil Engineering degree program to begin your advanced studies in this area.