建筑工程与管理理学硕士专业排名暂无排名 ，US News 2018
1 year,30 credits
The Civil and Environmental Engineering department expects an applicant to have earned a Bachelor’s degree in the field or an equivalent by the time he/she registers in a CEE program. Applicants should possess a very strong background in math, physics, chemistry, or engineering. Admission is extremely competitive.
We follow the College of Engineering Admissions Criteria.
Applicants without a Bachelor’s degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering may be eligible to apply if they have equivalent academic experience. To determine if you have equivalent experience, read through the Bachelor’s program requirements and review the required courses.
A Master’s degree is not required for admittance to the PhD program. Most students who go directly into the PhD program get a MSE in Civil or Environmental Engineering along the way. Some students also plan their course work so that they earn an additional master’s degree in another engineering department.
The 2017-18 fee for United States citizens and those with permanent resident visa status is $75. The fee for non-U.S. citizens is $90. This fee is non-refundable and subject to change.
2.Academic Statement of Purpose
This is a chance for you to give the Admissions Committee details about your academic background and career aspirations. You will want to talk about your engineering experiences, your motivation for pursuing a higher degree, your long-term goals, as well as your specific interests.
Academic Statement of Purpose should be a page or a little over a page long.
In this document, you should indicate how your personal background and life experiences, including social, cultural, familial, educational, or other opportunities or challenges, have motivated your decision to pursue a graduate degree at the University of Michigan.
This is not an Academic Statement of Purpose, but a discussion of the personal journey that has led to your decision to seek a graduate degree.
Personal Statement should be about 500 words (this is approximately one page single-spaced, or two pages double-spaced).
We require that you submit a resume or curriculum vitae.
You may update this document if you feel there is something significant that you would like to add after you have submitted your application. You would do so by sending the updated document to our department at email@example.com.
5.Three Letters of Recommendation
Our department requires three letters of recommendation. They should be from professors, employers, or others who know you well.
Letters of recommendation can be submitted online and this is the preferred method of delivery. If your recommenders insist on submitting paper letters, they can send them to our department at the address listed below. If a recommender has problems submitting a letter online, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
6.Transcripts (Marksheets) from all colleges and universities attended
For MSE , official transcripts should be sent to the Rackham Graduate School at the address listed in the Mailing Address section below. For guidelines regarding official transcripts, please see the Rackham website.
We do not require a set of official transcripts be sent to the department. However, applicants should upload their unofficial transcripts with their application by the deadline. The unofficial transcript will be used to make Departmental application decisions.
Our department cannot confirm that transcripts mailed to the Rackham Graduate School have been received. It typically takes several weeks for Rackham to upload transcripts after they have been received.
7.Graduate Record Exam (GRE) scores
GRE scores are required. We do not have a minimum score required to apply. The average GRE scores for our Fall 2017 incoming class are: 165 (Quantitative), 151 (Verbal), 3.5 (AW) for Master's students.
GRE reporting code is 1839- Department code not required.
GRE scores of up to 5 years old as of the application deadline may be used.
8.International Students only
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) scores (international students only).
International students who are accepted for admission must submit certification of finances. You may submit those documents with your application package or at a later date, when requested to do so.
TOEFL (IBT) minimum is 84. If you are required to take the TOEFL and your score is below 84, you cannot be admitted as a graduate student at the University of Michigan.
TOEFL reporting code is 1839- Department code not required.
IELTS minimum is 6.5. If your score is below 6.5, you cannot be admitted as a graduate student at the University of Michigan.
English Language proficiency scores of up to 2 years old as of the application deadline may be used.
Visit the Rackham website for information on the English proficiency requirement for non-native English speakers.
Average undergraduate GPA of our Fall 2017 Master's cohort is 3.5/4.0.
If your institution does not use a 4.0 scale, the Rackham Graduate School (or College of Engineering for M.Eng. applicants) will convert your GPA when they receive your transcripts.
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