The M.Eng. project is extremely beneficial since it mimics the real world and allows us to communicate with industry professionals and learn from them. During my job interviews, the employers seemed to be impressed by the scale of my projects. I feel more confident about myself going into the workplace. This experience is also a huge plus on my resume.
Structural Engineering, M.Eng.
The Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) degree enhances students’ technical backgrounds through coursework, team projects, and dynamic class discussions.
M.Eng. Degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering – Structural Engineering Program at a glance
The Master of Engineering Program in Structural Engineering at Cornell University is a forward-looking curriculum that offers state-of-the-art and emerging techniques in structural behavior and design. The program is aimed at educating highly qualified engineers and preparing them to develop resilient, sustainable, and advanced structures for leading firms and governmental agencies.
- CEE 5071 Professional Experiences in Structural Engineering (3 credits)
- MAE 5700 Finite Element Analysis for Mechanical and Aerospace Design (4 credits)
- CEE 6726 Intermediate Solid Mechanics (4 credits)
- CEE 5740 Intermediate Behavior of Metal Structures (3 credits)
- CEE 6730 Design of Concrete Structures (4 credits)
- CEE 6780 Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering (3 credits)