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Degree Plan for M.Engg. ( Structures and Civil Engineering Materials Option ) in Civil Engineering
Course#TitleLTLBCR
First Semester
CE 501Concrete Materials233
CE 506Structural Mechanics303
536
Second Semester
CE 521 Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design303
CEM 520 Construction, Contracting and Administration303
606
Third Semester
CE 523 Behavior and Design of Steel Structures303
MATH 5xx Math Elective303
606
Fourth Semester
CExxx CE Elective I*303
XX5xxBusiness/Non-technical Elective** 303
606
Fifth Semester
CE xxx CE Elective II*303
CE xxx CE Elective III*303
CE 600Master of Engineering Report 063
669
Total Credit Hours33
Note :
  • * From any option ​
  • ** Graduate courses offered university wide, with consent of the Department
  • Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the above generic degree plan for approval by the Department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies within the 8th week of the second semester of enrollment. 
  • Students are required to adhere to the regulations of degree plan. No relaxations will be given to any student, and courses taken in conflict of the above will not be counted towards the degree. 
  • At most two 400-level elective courses may be allowed with the approval of the advisor. ​​
  • The order of taking the courses can be different from above, but students must take the core courses before electives.


Degree Plan for M.Engg. ( Transportation Engineering Option ) in Civil Engineering
Course#TitleLTLBCR
First Semester
MATH 560 Applied Regression and Experimental Design 303
CE 575 Pavement Evaluation, Maintenance and Rehabilitation233
536
Second Semester
CE 576 Geometric Design of Highways 233
CE 5xxTransportation Elective I303
536
Third Semester
CEM 520 Construction, Contracting and Administration303
XX 5xxBusiness/Non-technical Elective ** 303
606
Fourth Semester
CE xxx CE Elective I* 303
CE 5xxTransportation Elective II303
606
Fifth Semester
CE xxx CE Elective II* 303
CE xxx CE Elective III* 303
CE 600 Master of Engineering Report063
669
Total Credit Hours33
Note :

  • ​* From any option 
  • ** Graduate courses offered university wide, with consent of the Department Notes: 
  • Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the above generic degree plan for approval by the Department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies within the 8th week of the second semester of enrollment. 
  • Students are required to adhere to the regulations of degree plan. No relaxations will be given to any student, and courses taken in conflict of the above will not be counted towards the degree. 
  • At most two 400-level elective courses may be allowed with the approval of the advisor. ​
  • The order of taking the courses can be different from above, but students must take the core courses before electives.​


Degree Plan for M.Engg. ( Geotechnical Engineering ) in Civil Engineering
Course#TitleLTLBCR
First Semester
CE 550 Nature of Behavior of Soils 303
CE 561 Advanced Soil Mechanics 303
606
Second Semester
CE 552 Foundation Engineering 303
CE 553 Soil and Site Improvement 303
606
Third Semester
MATH 5xx Math Elective303
CEM 520 Construction, Contracting and Administration 303
606
Fourth Semester
CE xxx CE Elective I*303
CE xxx CE Elective II* 303
606
Fifth Semester
CE xxx CE Elective III*303
XX 5xxBusiness/Non-technical Elective**303
CE 600 Master of Engineering Report063
669
Total Credit Hours33
Note :

  • ​* From any option 
  • ** Graduate courses offered university wide, with consent of the Department 
  • Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the above generic degree plan for approval by the Department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies within the 8th week of the second semester of enrollment. 
  • Students are required to adhere to the regulations of degree plan. No relaxations will be given to any student, and courses taken in conflict of the above will not be counted towards the degree. 
  • At most two 400-level elective courses may be allowed with the approval of the advisor. 
  • The order of taking the courses can be different from above, but students must take the core courses before electives.​


Degree Plan for M.Engg. ( Water Resources & Environmental Engineering Option ) in Civil Engineering
Course#TitleLTLBCR
First Semester
CE 541Chemistry in Environmental Engineering 233
CE 533 Groundwater Flow and Contaminant Transport303
536
Second Semester
CEM 520 Construction, Contracting and Administration 303
CE 531 Advanced Engineering Hydrology 303
606
Third Semester
MATH 5xx Math Elective303
CE 547 Physical and Chemical Processes 303
606
Fourth Semester
CE xxx CE Elective I*303
CE xxx CE Elective II*303
606
Fifth Semester
CExxx CE Elective III*303
XX 5xxBusiness/Non-technical Elective** 303
CE 600 Master of Engineering Report063
669
Total Credit Hours33
Note :
  • *  From any option 
  • ** ​​Graduate courses offered university-wide, with the consent of the Department.
  • Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the above generic degree plan for approval by the Department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies within the 8th week of the second semester of enrollment. 
  • Students are required to adhere to the regulations of the degree plan. No relaxations will be given to any student, and courses taken in a conflict of the above will not be counted towards the degree. 
  • At most two 400-level elective courses may be allowed with the approval of the advisor. 
  • The order of taking the courses can be different from above, but students must take the core courses before electives. 

Degree Plan for Ph.D. ( Structures and Civil Engineering Materials Option ) in Civil Engineering
Course#TitleLTLBCR
First Semester
CE 5xxCore Elective I 303
CE 5xxCore Elective II 303
CE 5xxCore Elective III 303
909
Second Semester
CE 5xxCore Elective IV 303
CE 5xxCore Elective V 303
CE 5xxCore Elective VI 303
909
Third Semester
XX 5xxTechnical Elective I* 303
XX 5xxTechnical Elective II* 303
XX 6xxFree Elective I+303
909
Fourth Semester
XX 6xxFree Elective II+303
CE 699 Seminar 100
CE 711 PhD Pre-Dissertation (PhD proposal defense) 003
406
Fifth Semester
CE 712 PhD Dissertation00-
000
Sixth Semester
CE 712 PhD Dissertation 009
009
Total Credit Hours42
Note :

  • ​​* Must be from outside CEE Department (non-CE courses) to establish a minor area 
  • + Can be chosen from CE or non-CE courses, including Directed Research 
  • IP Dissertation in progress​​
  • Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the above generic degree plan for approval by the Department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies within the 8th week of the second semester of enrollment. 
  • Students are required to adhere to the regulations of degree plan. No relaxations will be given to any student, and courses taken in conflict of the above will not be counted towards the degree. ​
  • The order of taking the courses can be different from above, but students must take the core courses before electives.


Degree Plan for Ph.D. ( Transportation Engineering Option ) in Civil Engineering
Course#TitleLTLBCR
First Semester
CE 5xxCore Elective I 303
CE 5xxCore Elective II 303
CE 5xxCore Elective III 303
909
Second Semester
CE 5xxCore Elective IV 303
CE 5xxCore Elective V 303
CE 5xxCore Elective VI 303
909
Third Semester
XX 5xxTechnical Elective I* 303
XX 5xxTechnical Elective II* 303
XX 6xxFree Elective I+ 303
909
Fourth Semester
XX 6xxFree Elective II+ 303
CE 599 Seminar 100
CE 711 PhD Pre-Dissertation (PhD proposal defense) 003
406
Fifth Semester
CE 712 PhD Dissertation 00-
000
Sixth Semester
CE 712 PhD Dissertation 009
009
Total Credit Hours42
Note :

  • * Must be from outside CEE Department (non-CE courses) to establish a minor area 
  • + Can be chosen from CE or non-CE courses, including Directed Research 
  • IP Dissertation in progress 
  • Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the above generic degree plan for approval by the Department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies within the 8th week of the second semester of enrollment. 
  • Students are required to adhere to the regulations of degree plan. No relaxations will be given to any student, and courses taken in conflict of the above will not be counted towards the degree. ​
  • The order of taking the courses can be different from above, but students must take the core courses before electives.​


Degree Plan for Ph.D. ( Geotechnical Engineering ) in Civil Engineering
Course#TitleLTLBCR
First Semester
CE 5xxGeotechnical Elective I 303
CE 5xxGeotechnical Elective II 303
CE 5xxGeotechnical Elective III 303
909
Second Semester
CE 5xxGeotechnical Elective IV 303
CE 5xxGeotechnical Elective V 303
CE 5xxGeotechnical Elective VI 303
909
Third Semester
XX 5xxTechnical Elective I*303
XX 5xxTechnical Elective II*303
XX 6xxFree Elective I+ 303
909
Fourth Semester
XX 6xxFree Elective II+303
CE 599 Seminar 100
CE 711 PhD Pre-Dissertation (PhD proposal defense) 003
406
Fifth Semester
CE 712 PhD Dissertation 00-
000
Sixth Semester
CE 712 PhD Dissertation 009
009
Total Credit Hours42
Note :

  • ​* Must be from outside CEE Department (non-CE courses) to establish a minor area 
  • + Can be chosen from CE or non-CE courses, including Directed Research 
  • IP Dissertation in progress 
  • Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the above generic degree plan for approval by the Department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies within the 8th week of the second semester of enrollment. 
  • Students are required to adhere to the regulations of degree plan. No relaxations will be given to any student, and courses taken in conflict of the above will not be counted towards the degree.  ​
  • The order of taking the courses can be different from above, but students must take the core courses before electives.​


Degree Plan for Ph.D. ( Water Resources & Environmental Engineering Option ) in Civil Engineering
Course#TitleLTLBCR
First Semester
CE 5xxOption Elective I 303
CE 5xxOption Elective II 303
CE5xxOption Elective III 303
909
Second Semester
CE 5xxOption Elective IV 303
CE 5xxCE Elective I303
CE 5xxCE Elective II 303
909
Third Semester
XX 5xxTechnical Elective I* 303
XX 5xxTechnical Elective II*303
XX 6xxFree Elective I+303
909
Fourth Semester
XX 6xxFree Elective II+ 303
CE 599 Seminar 100
CE 711 PhD Pre-Dissertation (PhD proposal defense)003
406
Fifth Semester
CE 712 PhD Dissertation00-
000
Sixth Semester
CE 712 PhD Dissertation 009
009
Total Credit Hours42
Note :

  • ​* Must be from outside CEE Department (non-CE courses) to establish a minor area 
  • + Can be chosen from CE or non-CE courses, including Directed Research 
  • IP Dissertation in progress 
  • Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the above generic degree plan for approval by the Department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies within the 8th week of the second semester of enrollment. 
  • Students are required to adhere to the regulations of degree plan. No relaxations will be given to any student, and courses taken in conflict of the above will not be counted towards the degree. ​
  •  The order of taking the courses can be different from above, but students must take the core courses before electives.​


Degree Plan for M.Sc. ( Structures and Civil Engineering Materials Option ) in Civil Engineering
Course#TitleLTLBCR
First Semester
CE501Concrete Materials233
CE511Advanced Structural Analysis and Vibrations303
MATH5xxMathematics Elective1303
839
Second Semester
CE510Advanced Structural Mechanics303
CE5xxOption Elective I2303
CE5xxOption Elective II3303
CE599Seminar100
1009
Third Semester
CE5xxOption Elective III4303
CE610M.S. Thesis00-
303
Fourth Semester
XX5xx/6xxTechnical Elective303
CE610Thesis006
309
Total Credit Hours30
Note :

  • ​1 MATH 513 Structures option 
  • 1 MATH 560 Materials option 
  • 2 One of CE 521/ CE 522/ CE 523 
  • 3 From Structural Design/ Mechanics/ Materials 
  • 4 CE 517 Structures option 
  • 4 CHE 501/ CE 5xx Materials option 
  • Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the above generic degree plan for approval by the Department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies within the 8th week of the second semester of enrollment. 
  • Students are required to adhere to the regulations of degree plan. No relaxations will be given to any student, and courses taken in conflict of the above will not be counted towards the degree. 
  • At most two 400-level elective courses may be allowed with the approval of the advisor. ​
  • The order of taking the courses can be different from above, but students must take the core courses before electives.​​​


Degree Plan for M.Sc. ( Transportation Engineering Option ) in Civil Engineering
Course#TitleLTLBCR
First Semester
MATH560Applied Regression and Experimental Design303
CE5xxTransportation Core I+--3
CE5xxTransportation Core II++--3
CE599Seminar100
409
Second Semester
CE5xxTransportation Elective I303
CE5xxTransportation Elective II303
CE5xxTransportation Elective III303
909
Third Semester
CExxxCE Elective*303
CE610M.S. Thesis00-
303
Fourth Semester
XX5xxTechnical Elective**303
CE610Thesis006
309
Total Credit Hours30
Note :

  • ​​* From any option 
  • ** From relevant graduate courses offered university wide, with consent of the Department 
  • + CE 574 for students pursuing MS research in Pavement Engineering CE 571 for students pursuing MS research in Transportation Engineering 
  • ++ CE 579 for students pursuing MS research in Pavement Engineering CE 582 for students pursuing MS research in Transportation Engineering​
  • Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the above generic degree plan for approval by the Department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies within the 8th week of the second semester of enrollment. 
  • Students are required to adhere to the regulations of degree plan. No relaxations will be given to any student, and courses taken in conflict of the above will not be counted towards the degree. 
  • At most two 400-level elective courses may be allowed with the approval of the advisor. ​​
  • The order of taking the courses can be different from above, but students must take the core courses before electives.


Degree Plan for M.Sc. ( Geotechnical Engineering ) in Civil Engineering
Course#TitleLTLBCR
First Semester
MATH 5xx Math Elective* 303
CE 550 Nature and Behavior of Soils303
CE 561 Advanced Soil Mechanics303
CE599 Seminar 100
1009
Second Semester
CE 552 Foundation Engineering 303
CE 5xxGeotechnical Elective I303
CE 5xxGeotechnical Elective II303
909
Third Semester
CE 5xxCE Elective** 303
CE 610 Thesis 00-
303
Fourth Semester
XX 5xxTechnical Elective***303
CE610Thesis006
309
Total Credit Hours30
Note :

  • ​* Either MATH 513 or MATH 560 
  • ** From any option 
  • *** From relevant graduate courses offered university wide, with consent of the Department 
  • Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the above generic degree plan for approval by the Department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies within the 8th week of the second semester of enrollment. 
  • Students are required to adhere to the regulations of degree plan. No relaxations will be given to any student, and courses taken in conflict of the above will not be counted towards the degree. 
  • At most two 400-level elective courses may be allowed with the approval of the advisor. ​
  • The order of taking the courses can be different from above, but students must take the core courses before electives.​


Degree Plan for M.Sc. ( Water Resources & Environmental Engineering Option ) in Civil Engineering
Course#TitleLTLBCR
First Semester
MATH 5xx Math Elective*303
CE 533 Groundwater Flow and Contaminant Transport 303
CE 5xx Option Elective I1303
909
Second Semester
CE 5xxOption Elective II 303
CE 5xxOption Elective III 303
CE xxx CE Elective I** 303
CE 599 Seminar 100
1009
Third Semester
CE xxx CE Elective II**303
CE610Thesis00-
303
Fourth Semester
XX 5xxTechnical Elective***303
CE 610 Thesis 006
309
Total Credit Hours30
Note :

  • ​* Either MATH 513 or MATH 560 
  • 1 Either CE 531 or CE 541
  • ** From any option 
  • *** From relevant graduate courses offered university wide, with consent of the Department 
  • Each student is expected to submit his detailed degree plan according to the above generic degree plan for approval by the Department and the Deanship of Graduate Studies within the 8th week of the second semester of enrollment. 
  • Students are required to adhere to the regulations of degree plan. No relaxations will be given to any student, and courses taken in conflict of the above will not be counted towards the degree. 
  • At most two 400-level elective courses may be allowed with the approval of the advisor. ​
  • The order of taking the courses can be different from above, but students must take the core courses before electives.​