Master program in Civil Engineering (International Program)

Master program in Civil Engineering (International Program)


August 16


2 Years


August 21

2 Years

A growing population, aging infrastructure, a changing climate, and pollution challenges to our city’s sustainability and quality of life. Since more than half of the world’s population living in cities today, this highlights the need to look holistically at the nation’s infrastructure throughout its life, from the planning stages through design, construction, operation, maintenance, and rehabilitation.

This program is a 2-year interdisciplinary program that aims to prepare new generations of civil engineers to gain a broad range of domain knowledge including urban and infrastructure planning, geotechnical and structural systems, construction management, transportation systems analysis, environmental and sustainability-related policies.

Program Structure

The program consists of 24 credits of coursework and 12 credits of thesis. The required courses take 12 credits. The elective courses, chosen to suit student’s interests and research topics, must be at least 12 credits.

Courses Credits
Required Courses 12 Credits
Elective Courses 12 Credits
Thesis 12 Credits
Total 36 Credits

Required Courses

  • Building Systems
  • Infrastructure Systems
  • Construction Project Administrations
  • Research Methodology
  • Seminar

Elective Courses

A student may choose any of these elective courses from any fields. It is not necessary to choose your elective course from a single field as we understand that your research interest may be interdisciplinary. 

  • Construction Planning and Control
  • Construction Techniques and Equipment
  • Construction Cost, Economics and Finance
  • Construction Safety Management
  • Construction Organizational Management
  • Law and Contract Administrations
  • Quality Control in Construction Projects
  • Applied Geoinformatics for Land Use Planning
  • Applied Geoinformatics for Watershed Management
  • Geoinformatics System in Engineering
  • Geoinformatics for Disaster Management  and Mitigation
  • Geoinformation Technology Applications for Climate Change
  • Geoinformatics for Transportation Analysis
  • Hydrometeorology
  • Natural Disaster Engineering
  • Advanced Foundation Engineering
  • Determination of Soil Properties
  • Earth Structures
  • Engineering Properties of Soil
  • Excavations and Support Systems
  • Finite Element Method for Geotechnical Engineering
  • Geoenvironmental Engineering
  • Soil and Site Improvement
  • Theoretical Soil Mechanics
  • Advanced Design of Prestressed Concrete
  • Advanced Design of Reinforced Concretes
  • Advanced Design of Steel Structure
  • Applied Mathematics for Engineering
  • Applied Differential Equations for Engineering
  • Finite Element Method for Civil Engineering
  • Inverse Problem Analysis for Civil Engineering
  • Numerical Methods for Engineering
  • Optimization Methods for Engineers and Scientists
  • Seismic Repair and Rehabilitation
  • Structural Analysis and Structural Dynamics
  • Advanced Cementitious Materials
  • Advanced Mechanics of Materials
  • Durability of Concrete and Structures
  • Destructive and Non-Destructive Testing
  • Repair and Maintenance of Reinforced Concrete
  • Air Transportation
  • Freight Transportation
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • Network Analysis Methods and Applications
  • Rail Transportation
  • Transportation, Energy, and Environment
  • Traffic Theory and Applications
  • Traffic Control and Management
  • Travel Behavior and Demand Analysis
  • Urban Transportation Planning

*Please note that some courses may not be offered every year and some courses may require prerequisite course(s).

Study Plan

The normal path of study takes 4 semesters (2 years). The first semester provides foundation courses to broaden the professional horizon. The second semester offers a variety of elective courses. In the third semester, besides additional elective courses, research proposal in relation to individual’s preference must be prepared with approval of your thesis advisor(s). During the fourth semester, students should complete thesis and oral defense exam.

Code Subject Credit
1st Semester
EGCE 525 Building Systems 3
EGCE 528 Project Seminar 1
EGCE 523 Research Methodology for Civil Engineering 2
Elective Courses 3
Total 9
2nd Semester
EGCE 526 Infrastructure Systems 3
EGCE 564 Construction Project Administrations 3
Elective Courses 6
Total 12
Code Subject Credit
1st Semester
EGCE 698 Thesis 6
Elective Courses 3
Total 9
2nd Semester
EGCE 698 Thesis 6
EGCE 564 Construction Project Administrations 3
Total 6


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