Civil Engineering

Definition

A branch of engineering that encompasses the conception, design, construction, and management of residential and commercial buildings and structures, water supply facilities, and transportation systems for goods and people, as well as control of the environment for the maintenance and improvement of the quality of life.
Civil Engineering is a profession that utilizes a nation's resources to improve the quality of life for all, while at the same time preserving and protecting the natural environment. Civil Engineers plan, analyze, design and erect structures and systems.

Typical masters programs available

• Environmental engineering
• Structural engineering
• Transportation engineering
• Geotechnical engineering
• Construction Engineering & Management
• Hydraulic Engineering

Other masters programs

• Water Resources
• Hydraulics & Hydrology
• Fluid Mechanics

Advices for Graduate Aspirants in Civil Engineering

• GRE Score
• Academic play a important role in admissions
• Check the programs offered by University you are planning to apply
• Always define a area of interest and build personal statement & resume reflecting the same
• Learn basic software’s related to Civil engineering like STAAD, GIS, AUTOCAD Etc