What you'll work on
With a four-to-one graduate student- to-faculty ratio, students can tailor their academic plan within five areas of emphasis: geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, transportation engineering, civil engineering materials, and water resources engineering.
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Who you'll work with
Michigan Tech has a tradition of excellence in civil engineering education, blending theory, practice, creativity, and hard work. You’ll join an intellectual environment where students and faculty make the next breakthrough together.
Civil and Environmental Engineering
"Think about long-term sustainability."
As the American Society of Civil Engineers reminds us, it’s not enough to build the project right, it’s also important to build the right project. We use lifecycle thinking to inform selection of project designs that are cost efficient, environmentally friendly, and adaptable to changing needs in society
Where you'll work
We maintain eight start-of-the-art facilities for research, including world-class petrography laboratories for characterizing materials. Other laboratories support structural testing, concrete mixing and testing, asphalt testing, binder characterization, hydrodynamic and scour studies, complex data visualization, and rail transportation planning. Benedict Laboratory, the largest lab on campus, is one of a select few university labs that can test and evaluate ultra-high performance concrete.