Future Students

Professional Master’s Program deadline extended

The application deadline for CEE’s Professional Master’s Program (PMP) has been extended for Autumn 2020. New applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and priority will be given to those who apply by August 1. Applications will be accepted through September 1. The GRE is optional for those applying for 2020 at this time. Scholarships will also be available for students in the PMP program. Please contact ceginfo@uw.edu with any questions.

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Prospective Graduate Students

Housed in an outstanding university, UW CEE offers one of the world’s premier graduate programs in the field. UW CEE’s graduate programs are ranked #17 for civil engineering and #23 for environmental engineering for 2019, according to U.S. News & World Report.

Why UW CEE graduate studies?

UW CEE offers cutting-edge curriculum for graduate students pursuing a master’s or Ph.D. degree. Graduates enjoy rewarding careers in industry or academia, where they make a difference in the world.

Admission

The majority of graduate students are admitted annually, in autumn quarter, although a few online programs welcome new students on a quarterly basis. Learn about the various graduate programs and specialty areas:

Master's degree program
A master’s degree can increase competitiveness in the job market, advance an existing career, or serve as a gateway to a Ph.D. degree. UW CEE offers master's degree programs in six specialty areas with thesis and Professional Master's Program options. Depending on the focus area, students can select from in-person or online courses or a combination.

Online master's programs
Pursue a master’s degree on a schedule that works for you with online courses taught by UW faculty. Four online master’s degree programs are offered: Ph.D. program
The Doctor of Philosophy degree is intended for candidates with a high level of scholarship who are interested in conducting independent and original research in their chosen field of interest.

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In-person advising suspended temporarily

Effective immediately, CEE Advising is transitioning to Zoom video chat and phone delivery of all advising services. Following University and county recommendations regarding social distancing, in-person advising will be suspended until UW resumes normal class operations. Advising staff will be working remotely whenever possible. Drop-in advising is cancelled, and we will be adding extra appointment capacity to mitigate this.