Carnegie Mellon University
Disciplinary concentration in Civil and Environmental Engineering

Disciplinary Concentration in Civil and Environmental Engineering

The CEE disciplinary concentration is defined as 36 units of approved CEE graduate-level courses (other than independent study or graduate project courses). Approved courses are available in sustainability, water quality, air quality, advanced infrastructure systems, mechanics and other areas.  ONLY courses on the following list are approved for the CEE concentration:


Probability and Estimation Methods for Engineering Systems

FA: 12 units


Civil Systems Investment Planning and Pricing

FA: 12 units


Introduction to Sustainable Engineering

FA: 12 units


Environmental Life Cycle Assessment

SP: 12 units


Data Acquisition, Sensing, and Instrumentation

FA-A1: 6 units


Data Management and Analysis

FA-A2: 6 units


AIS Systems Project Course

SP: 12 units


Sustainable Buildings

FA-A1: 6 units
12-749 S.T. Climate Change Adaptation SP: 6 units


Infrastructure Systems

SP: 12 units
12-751 / 651 Air Quality Engineering SP: 12 / 9 units
12-752 S.T. Data-Driven Building Energy Management FA-A2: 6 units

S.T. Sensing and Data Mining for Smart Structures and Systems

SP: 12 units
12-766 S.T. Climate Change Science and Adaption FA: 12 units
Graduate engineering classes are generally offered once per year, in either Spring (SP) or Fall (FA) semester.  Special Topics classes (S.T.) are new or infrequent classes that may not be regularly scheduled.  For course descriptions, search CMU Schedule of Classes >>