Technological advances, environmental crises, and the increased need for our society to serve a growing population pose challenges to the supporting infrastructure humanity needs to thrive. Our world needs qualified and passionate engineering professionals to provide solutions to society's current and future needs.
SMU's unique online and hybrid civil and environmental engineering graduate degrees offered through the Lyle School of Engineering at SMU train and prepare aspiring engineering professionals to address the ever-changing needs of our world. Learn more about how you can benefit from an advanced degree in the field, by downloading our comprehensive guide.
Technological innovation, coupled with a renewed sense of responsibility for the health of our planet, continues to grow the breadth of civil and environmental engineering jobs available. This guide explores how anticipating future needs of society has positively affected the outlook for careers in this field.
Whether you choose to pursue your graduate degree 100% online or in a hybrid online/classroom format, all courses are taught by expert faculty who engage in advanced research and are fully committed to the expansion of knowledge. Our guide shares the research interests of each professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
The Lyle School of Engineering at SMU is proud to offer online and hybrid professional master's degrees in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Sustainability and Development, as well as a flexible, online/hybrid doctoral degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering. Our guide explores the required coursework, optional areas of emphasis, and the available areas of research for each degree offering.
This guide explores the extensive benefits of obtaining your graduate degree in civil or environmental engineering at SMU. You will also hear directly from three current graduate students about the reality of earning a sustainable engineering degree.