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Tufts CEE distinguishes itself from other programs by its interdisciplinary focus and the integrative nature of its graduate education within an intellectually rich environment of a highly ranked undergraduate institution. Technically rigorous and broad in scope, the CEE graduate program provides an educational and research training experience at the intersection between the natural and built environment, utilizing expertise in environmental health, engineering mechanics, structural, geosystems, and water resources engineering. Graduate students conduct interdisciplinary training that is supported by research activities in geohazards engineering, geomechanics, structural health monitoring, soft body mechanics, emerging contaminants, drinking water supply and quality, groundwater remediation, pollutant fate and transport, urban air pollution, and environmental health. The Civil and Environmental Engineering graduate program consists of degree programs in environmental health, environmental and water resources engineering, geosystems engineering, infrastructure engineering, and structural engineering and mechanics.
Fields of Study
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers two graduate degrees: the Doctor of Philosophy and the Master of Science.
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering participates in the
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