Are you ready to gain an advanced education that can expand your professional
knowledge and opportunities in key civil
The J.B. Speed School of Engineering has produced generations of advanced civil engineers with national,
top-ranking programs through courses that reflect changes and advancements in the field. Online options include a Master’s in Civil Engineering and Graduate
Certificates in Structural or
Civil Engineering Programs – Highlights
Apply without taking the GRE or GMAT
Network with other engineering professionals from around the world
Learn about the latest industry trends and gain the technical knowledge needed for you to stand out and stay competitive in a demanding marketplace.
Gain expertise in key civil areas like traffic engineering, timber design, wetland design, transportation and structural engineering, and more!
Earn a certificate as an included part of the master’s program or as a standalone credential (additional details
Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering or related area is required for
100% ONLINE COURSES
Complete this degree on your own time through fully online coursework.
Specialize your civil engineering knowledge in either the structural or
transportation area by choosing one of the
following enrollment options:
Enroll for the standalone certificate program and boost your professional credientials in
just 12 credit hours (4 courses), completed in as little as 1 year. Credits
can be rolled into the master’s program, if desired.
Enroll in the MSCE program (30 credit) and use your elective hours to earn
1 of certificates—at no extra time or expense. MSCE program can be completed in as little as 1 year, if taking classes full-time.
Important Notes for International Applicants
Online programs at UofL allow you to attain the entire degree from wherever is most convenient for you, anywhere
world, and therefore do not require campus attendance. International students will not be issued a U.S. visa if
to the MSCE or certificate programs. Additionally, most foreign citizens are not eligible for federal student
the U.S. Department of Education.