One-Year Master’s Program in Structural Engineering
In the course of one year, students complete 30 credits including eight courses, two seminars, and one internship. Students choose from a wide range of topics focused on three core areas: Analysis & Modeling, Structural Behavior & Design, and Cross-disciplinary Knowledge. These courses will equip students with the state-of-the-art knowledge in analysis and design of engineering structures. The coursework is concentrated in two semesters and culminates in a paid summer internship experience. Through the internship program, students gain guided experience and build their professional network, which helps them to transition smoothly to their professional career.
- Focused on real-world applications
- Streamlined coursework (two semesters, 26 credits)
- Balanced and comprehensive coverage in structural design and advanced modeling techniques
- Design-oriented, paid internship experience (4 credits)
The One-year Master's Program in Structural Engineering is intended for individuals who hold a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or equivalent. Applicants with degrees in other disciplines are eligible for admission, though they may need to complete additional coursework to meet the program requirements.