The first step is to earn your degree.
The Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering and the School of Engineering have many academic resources and services that will help you during your time on campus. Many of your questions can be answered on pages within this site, such as Advising, Curricula and student handbooks, and Scholarships. Please visit the School of Engineering site to learn about schoolwide services such as the Engineering Career Center, Computing Services, or special opportunities such as Study Abroad or the Honors Program.
As a graduate student you are expected to play a large role in developing your education. This translates to a greater understanding of a particular topic, initiative, attention to detail, and proven follow-through skills. Earning an advanced degree often is the key to a successful career.
The Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering offers several degree programs that can address your particular interests and career goals. Most are research-based graduate programs and a few are less research intensive.
The department coordinates professional development courses and continuing education programs for practicing engineers. This program allows working professionals to conveniently earn professional development hours in the greater Kansas City area.