George Mason University
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George Mason University

Geotechnical, Construction, and Structural Engineering, MEng

Sid and Reva Dewberry Department of Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering

Nguyen Engineering Building, 1300
4400 University Drive, MS 6C1
Fairfax, VA 22030

Phone: 703-993-1675

Email: ceie@gmu.edu

Program Overview

This program is no longer accepting applicants for new students.

Find degree requirements in the university catalog.

Opportunities

Geotechnical engineers play a major role in all areas of construction, which provides opportunities in a variety of areas. They must evaluate site suitability for a tunnel that will penetrate a mountain or a seabed, or lie beneath a city in an earthquake active zone; an embankment dam that will be constructed of the indigenous soil and rock; an offshore island that will provide storm protection for a coastal city; or a deep disposal site that will contain nuclear waste for 10,000 years.   Geotechnical engineers are members of design teams, collaborating with structural engineers, water resources and environmental engineers, and construction engineers.

This information is being provided here for your planning purposes only. For official catalog information, please refer instead to the official George Mason University Catalog Website at http://catalog.gmu.edu.
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