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Designed to respond to the significant demands for advanced degrees in civil engineering, this program reflects the increasingly interdisciplinary nature of engineering. This degree is ideal for individuals who are socially aware and would like to work with other professionals to solve societal problems. You will use high-tech equipment and sophisticated procedures to address a range of challenges concerning our environment and infrastructures, including environmental, water resources, geotechnical, structure, and transportation. Graduates go on to work in a whole range of industries and professions. Many civil engineers hold supervisory or administrative positions, from supervisor of a construction site to city engineer. Others may work in design, construction, research, and teaching.
School of Science and Engineering
Across nearly every industry, from healthcare
and energy to transportation and technology,
companies are looking for flexible, forwardthinking
leaders whose knowledge spans
Graduate programs at the School of Science
and Engineering address this growing
need by teaching professionally-relevant,
Through project-based activities and peerto-
peer learning, students become confident
problem solvers, communicators, and project
leaders who go on to work on innovative
products, systems, and solutions around
Engineering management specialization
This option combines engineering education with key elements of management or business to develop graduates with both technical and managerial skills.
The program is made up of a range of courses, totalling 32 credits. Students can complete the program in one year (full time).
Our graduates go on to successful careers with leading companies around the world, including: BAE Systems / Boeing / Boston Scientific / Ford / General Electric / General Motors / IBM / Lockheed Martin / Mercedes-Benz / Pratt & Whitney + many more
Did you know...
- Merrimack is the recipient of a prestigious National Science Foundation STEM grant
- Merrimack studnets have access to high-tech engineering facilities include the Instron Universal Testing Instrument Laboratory and the recently upgraded Computer-Assisted Design (CAD) Lab.