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Explore the advanced principles and tools of civil engineering and prepare to tackle the complex environmental and infrastructure challenges facing today’s world. Specialize in one of six engineering disciplines: construction, environmental, geotechnical, hydrology and hydrodynamics, structures and mechanics, or transportation.
For more information, see the UW Master's in Civil Engineering website.
Gain the knowledge and skills required to plan, design, construct and manage the balance of plant components associated with energy infrastructure projects.
Gain foundational skills in seismic design and analysis of built infrastructure. Learn about the dynamics of structures, what a seismic hazard analysis involves, and approaches to resisting earthquake loading.
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