Carnegie Mellon University

MS Integrated Program

MS Program in Artificial Intelligence Engineering in CEE


Artificial Intelligence (AI) no longer just lives in the digital realm of social media and e-commerce – it has also become a critical part of physical technologies in healthcare, transportation, communication, manufacturing and more. Civil and Environmental Engineers use AI to create unique solutions for systems and infrastructure, sustainable design, smart transportation systems, data management, and more.

The MS program in Artificial Intelligence Engineering in Civil and Environmental Engineering offers students the opportunity to gain mastery of AI while learning how to integrate these approaches within the engineering design process as well as how to integrate engineering domain knowledge into AI solutions. 

As the first program of its kind in the nation, graduates of this program will be uniquely positioned for high demand careers in this burgeoning field within Civil and Environmental Engineering. 

MS Program in Artificial Intelligence Engineering in CEE

MS Interdisciplinary Programs

The Architecture-Engineering Construction Management (AECM) program is an interdisciplinary degree administered by the School of Architecture and involving studies in both Architecture and Civil and Environmental Engineering.  Applications to the AECM program are submitted through the School of Architecture.

Architecture–Engineering–Construction Management Program

The Carnegie Mellon Energy Science, Technology and Policy (ESTP) program offers a professional master's for students who seek a distinctive M.S. degree based in engineering, aligned with new discoveries in science, attuned to sustainability and the environment, and informed by economics and public policy. The program is a partnership with Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Engineering and Public Policy and Civil and Environmental Engineering. Applications to the ESTP program are submitted through the program's website. 

Energy Science, Technology and Policy Program

MS Dual Degrees

This dual degree program allows applicants to advance their technical expertise by pursuing MS degrees in both the Engineering and Technology Innovation Management (E&TIM) program and the Civil and Environmental Engineering program. The program explores innovation in technology development, management of technology innovation, and entrepreneurship in addition to a traditional Civil and Environmental Engineering program.

Applicants should submit an online application to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and indicate interest in this dual degree program. Please submit all required application materials outlined for both E&TIM and the Civil and Environmental Engineering programs.

Students must complete the 96 units of coursework required for the MS in Civil and Environmental Engineering in addition to the program requirements for the MS in E&TIM. Completion of this dual degree program typically takes 2 years of study. 

Master of Science in Engineering & Technology Innovation Management (E&TIM) and Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering


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The MBA/MSCEE is a 2.5 year (5 semesters) degree that begins each year in August. This degree is designed for students with a BS degree in engineering but students with non-engineering backgrounds may also apply.

This dual degree offers the opportunity to develop technical and managerial skills in the management of civil and environmental engineering organizations, projects and systems as well as business management.

Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering (MSCEE) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) Program (Tepper School of Business)