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The online Master’s in Civil Engineering can enhance your technical engineering knowledge, management skills, and communication abilities to further your career as an engineering leader.
In the online engineering degree from Norwich University, you’ll pursue one of our concentrations, which include Constructions Management, Environmental/Water Resources Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, and Structural Engineering.
As you navigate through the program’s coursework, you can be prepared to sit for the PMI PMP Exam, a credential valued by employers and hiring managers.
Norwich University’s faculty in the online Master’s in Civil Engineering consists of leaders and innovators from all sectors of civil engineering. Their practical guidance and rigorous leadership can help you develop real-world skills to advance your career.
Online Master of Civil Engineering Program Features
Online Master’s in Civil Engineering
Civil Engineer $87,060 per year1
Urban and Regional Planner $74,350 per year2
Norwich University Online: A Dynamic Learning Environment
Norwich University leads a 200-year legacy of preparing leaders in government, industry and the military. We have a rich military history and offer resources to support military affiliated students. By completing your online degree with Norwich, you can discover what it takes to transform your community and the world.
- Online students receive the same top-quality instruction offered on campus
- Yellow Ribbon school
- Learn in a flexible online format
- Supportive faculty and staff are driven by student success
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- Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Civil Engineers, at https://www.bls.gov/ (visited March 10, 2021).
- Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Urban and Regional Planners, at https://www.bls.gov/ (visited March 14, 2021).