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Stanford does not accept the IELTS.
For applicants applying to MS programs within the School of Engineering at Stanford, the minimum TOEFL scores are 89 (internet-based TOEFL test) and 575 (paper-based TOEFL test).
Application (must be submitted on-line through Graduate Admissions):The application can be accessed through Stanford's Graduate Admissions website. Please carefully read all information and instructions.
Application Fee (must be paid on-line through Graduate Admissions)
Statement of Purpose (must be submitted on-line through Graduate Admissions):Rather than simply summarizing your CV, your Statement of Purpose should identify personal and professional goals. While reflecting on your development to date, it should discuss your intentions relative to graduate study and life beyond Stanford. The CEE Graduate Admissions Committee reads your Statement of Purpose with interest because, along with the Letters of Recommendation, it offers insight into who you are as an individual. Your Statement of Purpose should not exceed two pages in length (single spaced).
Supplemental Questions for students applying to graduate programs (must be submitted on-line through Grad Admissions):CEE advanced degree applicants must submit a supplemental questionnaire. (A supplemental form with these questions has been included with the online application.)
Letters of Recommendation (must be submitted by your recommenders via Email through Graduate Admissions):Please carefully follow the instructions on the Graduate Admissions web site for letters of recommendation.
IMPORTANT: The email address provided for each recommendation letter writer must be the official email for their university or workplace. Use of a personal email address for a recommendation letter writer may result in a significant delay in reviewing your application, as the admissions committee will have to contact the letter writer directly to verify the authenticity of the letter.Letters of Recommendations must be submitted online
Transcripts (must be submitted on-line through Graduate Admissions) You need to have two official copies sent to the CEE department.Two original, official transcripts from all colleges or universities attended full time for one year or more are required. Please send them to:Civil and Environmental Engineering Department
IMPORTANT: Please do not use registered or certified mail. The United States Postal Service does not deliver such mail to our address. If you wish to have someone at our office sign for your mailing upon receipt, please use a courier service (e.g., UPS, FedEx, DHL).
GRE General Results (submitted directly to Stanford's ETS Institutional Code: 4704 by ETS)All applicants, including foreign students, must take and submit scores from the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Other standardized test scores (e.g., LSAT, MCAT, GMAT) are not accepted. Scores must be from an examination taken within the last five years. If you are applying for financial aid, plan to take the test on or before the October test date, so that your scores are received in time to be considered for an award.
The Educational Testing Service (ETS) has modified its administration of the computerized Graduate Record Examination (GRE) for students who take the examination in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan or Korea. The student must take the Analytical Writing component of the examination at least six weeks prior to taking the verbal and quantitative components of the exam. All three scores will be reported to the schools at once by ETS. The fiscal year for ETS runs from July 1 to June 30. All three test components must be completed within a single fiscal year.
TOEFL Results (if required - submitted directly to Stanford's ETS Institutional Code: 4704 by ETS)Adequate command of spoken and written English is required for admission. Scores are required of all applicants whose first language is not English. Exceptions are granted for applicants who have earned a U.S. bachelor's or master's degree from a college or university accredited by a regional accrediting association in the United States, or the equivalent of either degree from a non-U.S. college or university of recognized standing where all instruction is provided in English. This exception does not apply if the courses were completed in a country where English is spoken but not all courses were provided in English. Stanford does not accept the IELTS.For applicants applying to MS programs within the School of Engineering at Stanford, the minimum TOEFL scores are 89 (internet-based TOEFL test) and 575 (paper-based TOEFL test).
The Sustainable Design and Construction degree program prepares students for careers in planning, designing, building, and operating sustainable buildings and infrastructure to maximize their lifecycle economic value, their net contribution to environmental functions and services, and their social equity.
The SDC program offers courses in project management, project finance; lifecycle assessment; sustainable multidisciplinary, multi-stakeholder planning and design processes; green architecture; performance-based structural design; building energy systems; renewable power generation and smart electrical grids; water supply; wastewater treatment; transportation development; and sustainable construction materials and processes. Classes on cutting-edge information technology, sensor networks embedded in intelligent buildings and infrastructure, strategy, economics, entrepreneurship and organization design for new businesses, and corporate or governmental initiatives aimed at enhancing the sustainability of buildings and infrastructure round out the subprogram.
This subprogram is intended for students with undergraduate degrees in architecture, engineering, science, construction management, economics or business who wish to pursue careers that enhance the sustainability of the built environment.
SDC-M offers courses in:
Real estate development
HVAC design and construction
Equipment and methods
Managing human resources
Planning and control techniques
Project and company organizations
SDC-S Concentration Class Requirements are:
Life Cycle Assessment (CEE 226)
Infrastructure Project Development (CEE 241)
Watson Seminar (CEE 258)
Advanced Structural Concrete Design (CEE 285A)
Advanced Structural Steel Design (CEE 285B)
Structural Engineering Seminar (CEE 298)
SDC-E includes courses from our department and several other departments at Stanford covering topics such as:
Sustainable HVAC design and construction of small-scale and large structures
Planning, design and construction of renewable power systems
Sensing and control technologies to link integrated smart grids with intelligent buildings, data centers and infrastructure systems.
This track offers courses in:
Physical and chemical treatment processes for water and wastewater treatment
Environmental biotechnology for use in water resource management and bioremediation
Watershed and wetland management
Environmental engineering design
Sustainable water resource development.