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In addition to the University's minimum requirements and those listed above, all applicants are expected to submit a statement of purpose. One official bachelor's (and master's, if applicable) degree transcript must be mailed directly to the departmental address. International transcripts must be issued in English, as well as the original language if applicable; the degree certificate also must show the conferral date in both languages.
M.S.: Applicants are expected to hold a B.S. degree with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 or equivalent.
$105.00: U.S. citizens and Permanent Residents
$125.00: All other applicants
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The application fee is devoted to the administrative cost of processing all applications received, and is not refundable under any circumstances, regardless of the outcome, the date of filing, time of review, or if, for whatever the reason, the application is withdrawn.
Fee waiver information may be found HERE.
TranscriptsThe general requirement for admission for a U.S. student is a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution, comparable in standard and content to a bachelor’s degree from the University of California.
An international student whose post-secondary education is completed outside of the U.S. is expected to hold a degree representing completion of at least four years of study with above average scholarship from a university or university-level institution.
Helpful Notes for transcripts:– International students: Please read the Graduate Division’s Required Academic Records information prior to submitting your transcripts. You may need to submit supplemental documents such as degree certificates and/or diplomas. Failure to submit the Required Academic Records will delay the processing of your application.
– UCLA undergraduates please note: You do not have to submit official copies of UCLA transcripts, but you should upload an unofficial copy to your online application.
Statement of Purpose
A Statement of Purpose (SOP) should succinctly describe your reasons for applying to the proposed UCLA Civil and Environmental Engineering program, preparation for your intended field of study, areas of interest within your field, future plans, and other aspects of your background which may aid the admissions committee in evaluating your aptitude and motivation for graduate study. The SOP is also used to match admitted students with assigned advisors. All applicants are encouraged to be as specific as possible in their SOP. Please upload your statement of purpose using the online application. A hard copy is not required. There are no formatting requirements.
Three Letters of Recommendation
Letters of recommendation should be from faculty or individuals qualified to evaluate your potential for graduate study. Our department prefers that you use the online application system to submit your letters of recommendation. In the online application system you will be asked to enter the names and emails of your recommenders. Applicants will then be able to select when a notification is sent to their recommenders with instructions on how to proceed with the online recommendation. This can occur prior to application submission or after. Applicants are asked to follow-up with their recommenders directly to determine if letters have been submitted. While the application system allows for applicants to request four letters of recommendation, we request that you only submit three.
While a resume/CV is not required, the review committee finds it very beneficial to be included in an applicant’s application. If you would like to be considered for financial aid, be sure to submit your resume/CV. Upload your resume/CV using the online application. A hard copy is not required.
The online application has a section where applicants may upload a writing sample. A writing sample is not required for our department. Some applicants who are interested in pursing the thesis track for the M.S. degree or Ph.D. may use this section to upload selected publications. Applicants who do not have publications may skip this section.
Official and valid GRE scores
Official GRE scores must be sent electronically by ETS to UCLA. Valid GRE scores are dated within five years of the start of the intended application term. Official GRE scores must be sent electronically by ETS to UCLA institution code 4837 “U CA Los Angeles” and department code 1102 “Civil Engineering”. We will consider all scores submitted to the university.
If the name that appears on your GRE score report does not exactly match the name that you provide on the graduate application, be sure to upload a copy of your score report (including name and scores) with your application as a supporting document.
Official and valid TOEFL iBT OR academic IELTS scores
Valid TOEFL and IELTS scores are dated within two years of your application submission date. More details regarding the TOEFL/IETLS may be found by clicking here.
An IELTS overall band score of at least 7.0 is the minimum required. A TOEFL score of at least 560 on the paper and pencil test or at least 87 on the internet-based test is the minimum required for applicants to graduate programs at UCLA. Applicants are not required to meet minimum individual band scores for the TOEFL. We are unable to consider applications for applicants who do not meet the minimum standards listed above.
Official TOEFL scores must be sent by ETS to UCLA institution code 4837 “U CA Los Angeles” department code 65 “Engineering, Civil”. Official IELTS scores must be sent to the below address:
UCLA Civil & Environmental Engineering
420 Westwood Plaza
5732 Boelter Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90095
If the name that appears on your TOEFL score report does not exactly match the name that you provide on the graduate application, be sure to upload a copy of your score report (including name and scores) with your application as a supporting document.
C204. Structure, Processing, and Properties of Civil Engineering Materials
C205. Structure and Properties of Amorphous Civil Engineering Materials
206. Modeling and Simulation of Civil Engineering Materials
220. Advanced Soil Mechanics
221. Advanced Foundation Engineering
222. Introduction to Soil Dynamics
223. Slope Stability and Earth Retention Systems
224. Advanced Cyclic and Monotonic Soil Behavior
225. Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering
226. Geoenvironmental Engineering
227. Numerical Methods in Geotechnical Engineering
228. Engineering Geology: Geologic Principles for Engineers
M230A. Linear Elasticity
M230B. Nonlinear Elasticity
232. Theory of Plates and Shells
233. Mechanics of Composite Material Structures
235A. Advanced Structural Analysis
235B. Finite Element Analysis of Structures
235C. Nonlinear Structural Analysis
236. Stability of Structures I
M237A. Dynamics of Structures
238. Computational Solid Mechanics
C239. Elementary Structural Dynamics
C137. Letter grading.241. Advanced Steel Structures
243A. Behavior and Design of Reinforced Concrete Structural Elements
243B. Response and Design of Reinforced Concrete Structural Systems
244. Structural Reliability
245. Earthquake Ground Motion Characterization
246. Structural Response to Ground Motions
247. Earthquake Hazard Mitigation
250A. Surface Water Hydrology
250B. Groundwater Hydrology
250D. Water Resources Systems Engineering
251A. Rainfall-Runoff Modeling
251B. Contaminant Transport in Groundwater
251C. Remote Sensing with Hydrologic Applications
251D. Hydrologic Data Assimilation
252. Engineering Economic Analysis of Water and Environmental Planning
253. Mathematical Models for Water Quality Management
254A. Environmental Aquatic Inorganic Chemistry
255A. Physical and Chemical Processes for Water and Wastewater Treatment
255B. Biological Processes for Water and Wastewater Treatment
258A. Membrane Separations in Aquatic Systems
260. Advanced Topics in Hydrology and Water Resources
261. Colloidal Phenomena in Aquatic Systems
261B. Advanced Biological Processes for Water and Wastewater Treatment
M262A. Introduction to Atmospheric Chemistry
M262B. Atmospheric Diffusion and Air Pollution
263A. Physics of Environmental Transport
263B. Advanced Topics in Transport at Environmental Interfaces
266. Environmental Biotechnology
267. Environmental Applications of Geochemical Modeling
C282. Rigid and Flexible Pavements: Design, Materials, and Serviceability
C182. Letter grading.
296. Advanced Topics in Civil Engineering
298. Seminar: Engineering
375. Teaching Apprentice Practicum
495. Teaching Assistant Training Seminar
596. Directed Individual or Tutorial Studies
597A. Preparation for M.S. Comprehensive Examination
598. Research for and Preparation of M.S. Thesis