Civil and Environmental Engineering

Details

Civil Engineering

Admits Fall term. Deadline for applications is December 15 for Ph.D. applicants and January 15 for M.S.E. applicants. GRE general required; TOEFL required of international students not graduated from a U.S. institution; Letters of recommendation required.
Please use the following information when completing the application.
Code: 00121; Academic Program: Civil Engineering; Ph.D.
Code: 00122; Academic Program: Civil Engineering; M.S.E.

Construction Engineering and Management
Admits Fall term. Deadline for applications is January 15. GRE general required; TOEFL required of international students not graduated from a U.S. institution; Letters of recommendation required.
Please use the following information when completing the application.
Code: 00152; Degree Program: Construction Engin & Management; M.S.E.

Environmental Engineering
Admits Fall term. Deadline for applications is December 15 for Ph.D. applicants and January 15 for M.S.E. applicants. GRE general required; TOEFL required of international students not graduated from a U.S. institution; Letters of recommendation required.
Please use the following information when completing the application.
Code: 00194; Academic Program: Environmental Engineering; Ph.D.
Code: 00195; Academic Program: Environmental Engineering; M.S.E.

Faculty

Chair: Kim Hayes

Professors: Adriaens, Daigger, El-Tawil, Hansen, Hayes, Hryciw, Ioannou, Katopodes, Li, Liu, Love, Lynch, Michalowski, Raskin, Wight, and Wright

Associate Professors: Athanasopolous-Zekkos, Clack, Cotel, Demond, Ivanov, Jeffers, Kamat, Lastoskie, Lee, McCormick, Olson, Scruggs, and Zekkos

Assistant Professors: Ellis, Kerkez, Menassa, Spence, and Wigginton

Lecturer: Everett

Degree Programs

Master of Science in Engineering
Doctor of Philosophy
Dual Degree Programs with Business or Architecture and Urban Planning

In addition to the specific requirements listed below, see the Master's Degrees and Doctoral Degrees sections of the Rackham Graduate School Academic Policies.


Master of Science in Engineering

The degree Master of Science in Engineering is offered with areas of concentration in the areas of Construction, Geotechnical, Hydraulic and Hydrology, Infrastructure System, Materials, and Structural. Degrees designating greater concentration in their special areas are available in the Construction Engineering and Management and Environmental Engineering specialties. This latter group of degrees is designated Master of Science in Engineering (name of specialty).

Admission: To be granted admission to the program leading to the degree M.S.E. (Civil Engineering), an applicant should normally hold a degree equivalent to the B.S.E. from the University's undergraduate Civil and Environmental Engineering program. However, students in other branches of engineering, physical sciences, or related fields may have achieved the technical background needed to pursue advanced work in a special field of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Such students are encouraged to apply because civil engineers with interdisciplinary training can provide vital input into the solution of the complex problems developing in present day society.

Regular admission to the program leading to the degree M.S.E. (Construction Engineering and Management) may be granted to graduates in any recognized branch of engineering. Admission to the M.S.E. (Environmental Engineering) may be granted to graduates in any branch of engineering or science. Applicants must submit a completed application and transcripts of all previous academic records, letters of recommendation, and GRE scores. TOEFL required of international students not graduated from a U.S. institution.

Minimum Number of Credits Required: 30 credit hours, of which at least half must be earned while enrolled in a degree program in the Rackham Graduate School.

Specific Course Requirements: The minimum permissible Civil and Environmental Engineering credit hour requirements in the various degree programs are as follows:

M.S.E. (Civil Engineering): At least 15 hours in Civil and Environmental Engineering courses. A student should expect to take at least eight hours in one area of specialization but will not be permitted to apply more than 21 hours in one area of specialization toward the 30 hour requirement.

M.S.E. (Construction Engineering and Management): At least 18 hours in courses emphasizing construction, of which 12 hours must be in Civil and Environmental Engineering.

M.S.E. (Environmental Engineering): At least 18 hours in the area of Environmental and Water Resources Engineering.

Cognate Courses: The 30 hours of graduate work must include at least four credit hours of cognate courses (work related to the field of specialization) taught in departments other than Civil and Environmental Engineering. Courses cross-listed with the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department may be accepted as cognate courses, provided that the course is in a subfield different from the student's own. Please see department website for additional details.

CEE Department Math Requirement: The student must complete at least one course (minimum of 3 credit hours) in mathematics or math intensive studies, probability, statistics, or mathematical programing, beyond the minimum undergraduate requirements of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at the University of Michigan. A course used to satisfy this math requirement also can be used toward the 4 credit hour cognate requirement provided that it is taken outside of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department or is cross-listed with another department and is outside the student's field of study. Approved courses within the department can be used to satisfy the math requirement. Please see department website for additional details.

A 400-level course that is listed in the Graduate School Announcement may be elected for graduate credit when approved by the student's counselor, except for those 400-level courses that are required in the current undergraduate program of all Civil and Environmental Engineering students. Of all the 400-level courses elected, no more than a total of 12 hours and no more than nine hours of Civil and Environmental Engineering courses will be accepted for degree credit. Not more than six credit hours of directed study, seminar, or research will be accepted.

Foreign Language Requirement: None.

Work Experience Requirement: None.

Thesis or Research Essay: None.

Final Examination: None.

Conditional or Non-Candidate For Degree (NCFD) admission may be granted where appropriate when the conditions for regular admission are not met. Please see the Rackham Graduate School Academic Policies sections on conditional and NCFD admissions.

Students may be required to remove deficiencies without earning degree credit.


Doctor of Philosophy

Admission: A completed application, transcripts of all previous academic records, GRE scores, and letters of recommendation must be on file. TOEFL required of international students not graduated from a U.S. institution

Range of Enrollment: At least 18 credit hours of coursework beyond master's level or 39 credit hours beyond the bachelor's level for students not holding a master's degree; some fields may require more.

Cognate Courses: At least four credits of cognate courses must be included in the program. The department requires that at least one advanced course in mathematics, probability, statistics or mathematical programming be taken; the math class does not need to be a cognate course.

Qualifying Examination: Post-master's students must pass the departmental qualifying examination before they can be accepted by the department as applicants for the doctorate. The examination is generally given to eligible students shortly after completion of one term of coursework beyond the master's degree and must be taken within 13 months after admission as a post-master's student.

English Proficiency:This requirement is fulfilled by completion of Technical Communications 610 - Dissertation Writing. The student's dissertation committee may waive this requirement upon demonstration of proficiency in technical writing skills.

Foreign Language Requirement: None.

Candidacy and Dissertation Committee: When accepted as an applicant for the doctorate, the student's schedule of coursework and the subject matter of a required dissertation are placed under the direction of a duly appointed Dissertation Committee.

Admission to Candidacy: After the English proficiency requirement has been met, the coursework has been substantially completed, and the thesis topic has been approved, a meeting of the Dissertation Committee should be arranged by the student for the purpose of recommending advancement to the status of Candidate for the doctor's degree. The Preliminary Examination will consist of an oral examination during which the Applicant presents the thesis proposal for review by the Dissertation Committee. In addition to the oral examination, the Dissertation Committee may require a written examination as part of the Preliminary Examination. The Department's Graduate Committee, after reviewing the applicant's progress, certifies to the Dean of the Graduate School that all requirements for Candidacy have been met.

Dissertation and Oral Examination: A dissertation is required of each doctoral Candidate. A satisfactory oral examination of the Candidate on the dissertation, conducted by the Dissertation Committee, completes the requirements for the degree.

For information on the dissertation committee, final oral examination, and publication of dissertation, see the Rackham Graduate School Academic Policies.


Rackham Dual Degree Programs

The School of Business Administration and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offer a dual degree program enabling a small number of qualified students to pursue concurrent studies in business administration and construction engineering and management. Upon completion, students will receive both the M.B.A. and the M.S.E. (Construction Engineering and Management) degrees. A student interested in the dual program must apply and be admitted to both programs by submitting the application forms for each program and indicating that he or she is applying to the dual program. The dual degree program is not open to persons who have earned M.B.A. or M.S.E. (Construction Engineering and Management) degrees. However, students registered in either program may apply.

The typical student is expected to hold a B.S. in engineering and to have an interest in a business and engineering career that includes construction engineering and management. Students must complete the course requirements in both programs. Students must also complete independent study course, CEE 630, to integrate general management and construction engineering skills. Students must take CEE 431, Construction Contracting, if they have not previously taken it or its equivalent.

A student can begin the dual program with studies in either program. However, because of the sequenced nature of the core courses in the M.B.A. program, most students will find it advantageous to concentrate on M.B.A. core courses in their first year of study and combine construction engineering courses with business electives during their second year. Further information on the dual degree program is available from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the School of Business Administration.

The College of Architecture and Urban Planning and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offer a combined master's degree program that permits qualified students to pursue concurrent studies in architecture and construction engineering and management. To be eligible for admission, a student must have a B.S. degree in Architecture with at least a year of calculus and a year of physics. A description of the combined degree program can be found in the Bulletin of the College of Architecture and Urban Planning.

For Important Dual/Joint Degree Credit Information click here.

Contact

University of Michigan

2332 G.G. Brown Laboratory
2350 Hayward
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2125
Phone: (734) 764-8405
Fax: (734) 764-4292
E-mail: gradservices@umich.edu
Program Website: http://www.cee.umich.edu/

Courses

The following courses constitute the range of approved offerings at the time of the assembly of the publication. Not all of the courses listed below are available for registration. Please see the Schedule of Classes on the Office of the Registrar's website for course offerings by term. The final authority for changes in course offerings rests with the academic departments.

Civil & Environmental Engin (Subject Code: CEE)
412.  Matrix Struct Ana.  Advisory pre-requisite: MATH 216 and CEE 312 or equivalent  (3 credits)

413.  Design Metal Struct.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 312  (3 credits)

415.  Design RC Structures.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 312  (3 credits)

421.  Hydro-Hydraulics.  Advisory pre-requisite: Civ. Eng. 303 and 325  (4 credits)

428/ENSCEN 428.  Groundwater Hydrol.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 325 and (CEE 345 or CEE 366)  (3 credits)

431.  Constr Contracting.  Advisory pre-requisite: Senior standing.  (4 credits)

446.  Engr Geol Site Char.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 345 or permission of instructor  (3 credits)

480.  Des Env Engr Sys.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 465  (3 credits)

485.  Water & Waste Engr.  Advisory pre-requisite: JR./SR.STD.  (3 credits)

500/ENSCEN 500/CHE 500.  Envir Syst Proc I.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 460 recommended  (3 credits)

501.  Special Topics CEE.  (1 to 4 credits)

508.  Des Masonry Struct.  Required pre-requisite: CEE 412; (C- or better)  (3 credits)

509/MECHENG 512.  Theory Elast.  Advisory pre-requisite: Mech. Eng. 412 or 511.  (3 credits)

510/NAVARCH 512.  Fem Sol&Str.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (3 credits)

511.  Dynamics of Struct.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 412 or equivalent  (3 credits)

512.  Nonlin Anl Structrs.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 412 or equivalent  (3 credits)

513.  Plastic Anl-Design.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 413  (3 credits)

514.  Prestressd Concrete.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 415  (3 credits)

515.  Adv Des Reinf Concr.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 415  (3 credits)

516.  Bridge Structures.  Advisory pre-requisite: Civ. Eng. 413 and Civ. Eng. 415.  (3 credits)

517.  Reliability of Str.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 270 or equivalent  (3 credits)

519.  Hybrid&Comp Struct.  Required pre-requisite: CEE 413 and 415; (C- or better)  (3 credits)

520.  Phys Proc Hydr.  Required pre-requisite: CEE 421; (C- or better) or Graduate Standing  (3 credits)

521.  Flow Open Channels.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 325 or equivalent  (3 credits)

524.  Environ Turbulence.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 325 or equivalent  (3 credits)

525.  Turbulent Mixing.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 325 or equivalent  (3 credits)

526.  Des Hydraulic Syst.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 325 or equivalent (advised)  (3 credits)

527.  Coastal Hydraulics.  Advisory pre-requisite: Civ. Eng. 325 or Mech Eng 320.  (3 credits)

529.  Hydr Transients I.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 421  (3 credits)

530.  Constr Practice Sem.  Advisory pre-requisite: Permission of Instructor.  (1 to 3 credits)

531.  Constr Cost Engring.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing and preceded or accompanied by Civ. Eng. 431.  (3 credits)

532.  Const Project Eng.  Advisory pre-requisite: Preceded or accompanied by CEE 431. Graduate Standing  (3 credits)

533.  Adv Const Syst.  Advisory pre-requisite: Preceded or accompanied by Civ. Eng. 431.  (3 credits)

534.  Constr Engr&Equip.  (3 credits)

535.  Excavate Tunnel.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 445  (3 credits)

536/MFG 536.  Crit Path Meth.  Advisory pre-requisite: Senior or graduate standing.  (3 credits)

537.  Building Construct.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 315  (3 credits)

538.  Concrete Construct.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 351  (3 credits)

539.  Constr Mgt Info Sys.  Required pre-requisite: Senior or Above  (3 credits)

540.  Advanced Soil Mech.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 445  (3 credits)

541.  Soil Samp and Test.  Advisory pre-requisite: Preceded or accompanied by Civ. Eng. 445.  (3 credits)

542.  Soil-Site Improve.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 445  (3 credits)

543.  Num Mod Geotech Engr.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 345 or equivalent  (3 credits)

544.  Rock Mechanics.  Advisory pre-requisite: Mech. Eng. 211.  (3 credits)

545.  Foundation Engr.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 445  (3 credits)

546.  Slope Dam Ret Struc.  Required pre-requisite: CEE 345; (C- or better) or Graduate Standing  (3 credits)

547.  Soil Eng & Pavement.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 445  (3 credits)

548.  Geotech Eqk Engr.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 345  (3 credits)

549.  Geoenvir Engin.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 345  (3 credits)

550.  Quality Control Mat.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 351  (3 credits)

551.  Rehab Constr Facil.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 351  (3 credits)

552.  Bit & Cement Mixes.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 325 or equivalent  (3 credits)

555.  Sus Civ Infr Sys.  (3 credits)

563.  Air Qual Engr Fund.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 230 and CEE 325 or equivalents  (3 credits)

565/ESENG 501.  Sem Energy Tech Pol.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate student or permission of instructor  (3 credits)

567/ESENG 567.  Energy Infrastr Sys.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 230 or MECHENG 336 or CHE 330 or equivalent  (3 credits)

570/NRE 569.  Intro Geostatistics.  Advisory pre-requisite: IOE 265 or equivalent  (3 credits)

571/EECS 560/MECHENG 564/AEROSP 550.  Linear Systems Thry.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (4 credits)

572.  Dynamic Infr Sys.  Advisory pre-requisite: MATH 417 or equivalent  (3 credits)

573.  Data Analysis in CEE.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 270 or equivalent  (3 credits)

574/ARCH 595.  Matl Sel Sus Des.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 212 or ARCH 324 or equivalent  (3 credits)

575.  Infrastruct Sensing.  Advisory pre-requisite: PHYSICS 240  (3 credits)

576.  Stochastic Systems.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 270 and CEE 571 or equivalents  (3 credits)

580.  Physicochem Process.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 460  (3 credits)

581/EARTH 581.  Aquatic Chemistry.  Advisory pre-requisite: CHEM 130 and senior or graduate standing  (3 credits)

582.  Env Microbiology.  Advisory pre-requisite: CHEM 130 and senior or graduate standing  (3 credits)

583.  Surfaces Interfaces.  Advisory pre-requisite: Civ. Eng. 581 or permission of instructor.  (3 credits)

586/NRE 557.  Indus Ecol.  Advisory pre-requisite: Senior standing  (3 to 4 credits)

587/NRE 558.  Watr Res Pol.  Advisory pre-requisite: Senior or graduate standing.  (3 credits)

589/NRE 595.  Risk Benefit.  Advisory pre-requisite: Senior or graduate standing.  (3 credits)

590.  Stream,Lake Analysis.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 460  (3 credits)

591.  Env Fluid Mechanics.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 325 or equivalent  (3 credits)

592.  Bio Proc Envir Engr.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 460  (3 credits)

593.  Envir Soil Physics.  Advisory pre-requisite: Civ. Eng. 428 or 445.  (3 credits)

594.  Environ Soil Chem.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 581  (3 credits)

595.  Field Meth Hydrogeo.  Advisory pre-requisite: C E E 428  (3 credits)

596.  Chem Fate Transport.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 260 or equivalent  (3 credits)

597.  Env Org Chem.  Advisory pre-requisite: CHEM 130 or equivalent  (3 credits)

611.  Earthquake Engin.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 512 and 513 or equivalent.  (3 credits)

613.  Metal Struc Members.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 413  (3 credits)

614.  Adv Prestress Concr.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 514  (3 credits)

615.  Reinf Conc Members.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 415  (3 credits)

616.  Pass Ctrl Struc Sys.  Advisory pre-requisite: Prior or concurrent enrollment in CEE 511 or equivalent  (3 credits)

621.  Free Surface Flow.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 325 or equivalent  (3 credits)

622.  Sp Prob Hydr-Hydrol.  Advisory pre-requisite: Permission of instructor.  (1 to 16 credits)

624.  Restoration Concepts.  (3 credits)

629.  Hydr Transients II.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 529  (3 credits)

630.  Dir Study Const Eng.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (1 to 3 credits)

631.  Constr Uncertainty.  Advisory pre-requisite: Civ. Eng. 405 or a course in probability or statistics such as Stat. 310 or 311 or Statistics and Management Science 301.  (3 credits)

632.  Internatl Construct.  Advisory pre-requisite: P/A CEE 532  (3 credits)

636.  Project Network Tec.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 536  (3 credits)

645.  Theoretic Soil Mech.  Advisory pre-requisite: Permission of instructor.  (3 credits)

648.  Dyn Soils & Found.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 445  (3 credits)

649.  Civil Eng Vib Lab.  Advisory pre-requisite: Civ. Eng. 611 and preceded or accompanied by Civ. Eng. 648.  (2 credits)

650.  Adv FRC Sus Inf.  (3 credits)

651.  Directed Studies.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing.  (1 to 3 credits)

676.  Traffic Control.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 577  (3 credits)

677.  Traffic Flow II.  Advisory pre-requisite: CEE 676  (3 credits)

679.  Infr Sys Project.  (3 credits)

682.  Prob in Envir Engr.  Advisory pre-requisite: Permission of instructor.  (1 to 16 credits)

686/CHE 686/ENSCEN 686.  Env Sustainability.  Advisory pre-requisite: Senior or Graduate standing advised  (2 to 3 credits)

692.  Pollutant Degrad.  Advisory pre-requisite: Chem. 582 or permission of instructor.  (3 credits)

693.  Envir Molec Biol.  Advisory pre-requisite: Civ. Eng. 592 or permission of instructor  (3 credits)

810.  Special Topics SME.  (1 to 16 credits)

811.  Struct Eng Project.  Required pre-requisite: CEE 413 or 415; (C- or better)  (3 credits)

812.  Struct Engr Grad Sem.  Required pre-requisite: Graduate  (1 credits)

830.  Constr Engr Mgt Sem.  (1 credits)

840.  Geotech Engr Sem.  Required pre-requisite: Graduate  (1 credits)

880/ENSCEN 880.  Sem Env&Wrt Res Eng.  (1 credits)

881.  EWRE Grad Sem.  Advisory pre-requisite: Graduate standing  (1 credits)

910.  Struct Engr Res.  (1 to 16 credits)

921.  Hydra&Hydro Eng Res.  Advisory pre-requisite: Permission of instructor.  (1 to 16 credits)

930.  Constr Engr Res.  (1 to 16 credits)

946.  Soil Mech Res.  (1 to 16 credits)

950.  Struct Mat Res.  Advisory pre-requisite: Permission of instructor.  (1 to 16 credits)

970.  Infr Sys Engr Res.  (1 to 16 credits)

980.  Res in Envir Engr.  Advisory pre-requisite: Permission of instructor.  (1 to 16 credits)

990.  Diss-Precand.  Advisory pre-requisite: Election for dissertation work by doctoral student not yet admitted as a Candidate.  (1 to 8 credits)

995.  Diss-Cand.  Required pre-requisite: Candidate  (4 or 8 credits)

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Program Statistics: Ph.D.

Ph.D. Admissions
Fall 2016 5 Year Average
Number of applications 171 153
Number of new doctoral students 6 9
Ph.D. Enrollment
Fall 2016 5 Year Average
Total enrollment 43 91
Female 26% 28%
Male 74% 72%
International 65% 56%
U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident 35% 44%
Ph.D. Enrollment, U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident, by Race
Fall 2016 5 Year Average
African American 7% 2%
Asian American 0% 9%
Hispanic (one or more races) 20% 14%
Native American 0% 0%
Pacific Islander 0% 0%
White 67% 66%
Two or more races (excludes Hispanic) 0% 0%
Not indicated 7% 7%
Ph.D. Degree
2016 5 Year Average
Number of degrees awarded 6 34
Median years to Ph.D. 4.81 4.71
Percent of students who entered the doctoral program between 2000-01 and 2004-05 and completed the Ph.D. as of August 31, 2016 71%
Percent of students who entered the doctoral program between 2005-06 and 2009-10 and completed the Ph.D. as of August 31, 2016 71%
Funding (external funding paid directly to Ph.D. students, without being disbursed by the University, is not included)
2016 5 Year Average
Enrolled Ph.D. students with tuition AND stipend support 100% 97%
Enrolled Ph.D. students with tuition OR stipend support (in many cases, students competed successfully for external funding and did not need additional financial support) 0% 0%
Enrolled Ph.D. students who received no financial support (in many cases, students competed successfully for external funding and did not need additional financial support) 0% 2%
Ph.D. Placement Data
Position type tenth year after graduation, 2003 - 2007 cohorts Position type fifth year after graduation, 2008 - 2012 cohorts Position type first year after graduation, 2012 - 2016 cohorts
Tenure-track faculty 31% 58% 24%
Postdoctoral / Traineeship / Fellowship 0% 0% 26%
Non-Tenure Track Faculty / University Researcher / University Administrator 3% 9% 3%
Business / Industry 44% 30% 44%
Other professional employment / Government / Non-Profit 3% 3% 0%
Not employed 0% 0% 3%
No data available 19% 0% 0%
Total Ph.D.s awarded 32 33 34

Program statistics are updated annually in December. Last updated December 22, 2016.

Program Statistics: Master's

Master's Admissions
Fall 2016 5 Year Average
Number of applications 188 182
Number of new master's students 22 26
Master's Enrollment
Fall 2016 5 Year Average
Total enrollment 51 46
Female 35% 29%
Male 65% 71%
International 75% 54%
U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident 25% 46%
Master's Enrollment, U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident, by Race
Fall 2016 5 Year Average
African American 8% 4%
Asian American 0% 11%
Hispanic (one or more races) 15% 8%
Native American 0% 0%
Pacific Islander 0% 0%
White 8% 1%
Two or more races (excludes Hispanic) 54% 71%
Not indicated 15% 5%
Master's Degree
2016 5 Year Average
Number of degrees awarded 27 26
Median years to Master's 1.31 1.29
Percent of students who entered the master's program between 2012-13 and 2013-14 and completed the Master's as of August 31, 2016 93%
Percent of students who entered the master's program between 2014-15 and 2015-16 and completed the Master's as of August 31, 2016 39%
Funding
2016 5 Year Average
Enrolled Master's students - University pays 1-25% of Tuition and Fees 7% 15%
Enrolled Master's students - University pays 26-50% of Tuition and Fees 14% 11%
Enrolled Master's students - University pays 51-75% of Tuition and Fees 5% 9%
Enrolled Master's students - University pays 76-100% of Tuition and Fees 9% 9%
Enrolled Master's students - No University support 66% 56%

Program statistics are updated annually in December. Last updated December 22, 2016.