Computing at CEE

The Sonny Astani Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers 2 doctoral degrees: 1) civil engineering and 2) environmental engineering. Within these degree programs, there are specializations areas. To learn more, explore the Research Areas section of the website.


Computing at Cee

The program accepts students who have completed a four-year Bachelor's degree in a relevant field; a Master’s degree is not a requirement for entry.

Ph.D. students with a previous MS degree may request to apply up to 30 units of  graduate transfer credit toward the 60 unit requirement.

Ph.D. students typically enroll in 6-8 units per semester, completing the required courses in 3-4 semesters.

ENE300: Contaminant Transport in the Environment (Instructor: Felipe de Barros)

    • Discussion on the advantages and disadvantages of data-driven methods and physically-based models

    • Statistical analysis of spatiotemporal environmental data