The Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) Department offers thesis and non-thesis Master of Science degrees:
Students may also participate in the interdisciplinary atmospheric and environmental sciences and materials engineering and science PhD programs on campus.
Current SDSM&T undergraduates may be eligible for the new accelerated master's program. Most of our CEE and CM graduate courses are scheduled at times to allow working students to attend.
Cutting-Edge Research Programs
Engineering is an applied science, and graduate research is a chance to show that you have what it takes. Our faculty possess established reputations and are eager to provide students with exciting opportunities to make their own contribution to cutting-edge research projects. From developing composite materials for lunar habitats to
investigating soil parameters for better roadway pavement design, our wide array of ongoing research projects gives students the real experience they need to launch a successful careers!
- The Renewable Energy Research Laboratory provides students and faculty with a state-of-the-art laboratory for research and design of next-generation solar and wind technology.
- The Biogeochemistry Core Facility contains cutting-edge instrumentation to support student and faculty ecological and environmental research.
- The Advanced Materials Processing Center is the lead in a consortium which teams universities with government, national laboratories and industry sponsors for research and development of materials joining, fabrication, and repair technologies.
- The Geotechnical Laboratory has the state’s most comprehensive set of equipment to support geotechnical research, including a single apparatus for triaxial shear, consolidation/swell, and unconfined compression testing as well as facilities for advanced testing of asphalt and soil.
- The Rama Materials Laboratory is equipped with instrumentation and data acquisition equipment for testing novel materials, mechanical systems, and structural components.
The graduate school you choose determines the launching point of your professional career in consulting engineering, government, or construction, as well as your options for additional graduate or post-graduate studies. Our faculty care about making your graduate studies the rock-solid foundation of a great career in engineering and our research programs address today’s most pressing engineering problems. Make the right choice: enroll at the School of Mines.
For more information about our master’s programs, contact:
Dr. Scott Amos
Professor and Graduate Program Coordinator – Civil Engineering and Construction Management
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Admissions for International Students
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