For general information, see UVM's requirements for the Master of Science Degree and the Doctor of Philosophy Degree.
The M.S. Program provides advanced professional courses in water resources, structures, geotechniques, transportation, and environmental engineering. Thesis (30 credit hours) and coursework (36 credit hours) degree options are available.
The Ph.D. Program provides an outstanding education in a small focused setting. The doctoral program focuses primarily on the environmental area, and computational modeling and information technology applications in civil engineering.