Graduate Program

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UD CEE is organized into seven concentration areas:

  • Civil Infrastructure Systems— asset management, natural disaster risk analysis, and infrastructure vulnerability.
  • Coastal Engineering— coastal engineering, wave mechanics, and environmental fluid mechanics.
  • Environmental Engineering— water and wastewater treatment, environmental chemistry and remediation, and solid and hazardous waste management.
  • Geotechnical Engineering— computational geomechanics, soil mechanics, foundation engineering, earth structures engineering, and ground improvement.
  • Structural Engineering— structural mechanics, analysis, and design; bridge engineering; structural dynamics; computational mechanics; and structural engineering materials.
  • Transportation Engineering— urban transportation, traffic engineering, systems engineering, logistics engineering, railroad engineering, and engineering management.
  • Water Resources Engineering— groundwater hydraulics, groundwater contamination, watershed management, hydrology, and water quality control.
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