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Online Master of Science in
Civil Engineering:
Energy Infrastructure

Part Time / 2–3 Years / 100% Online

Be a Part of the Future of Energy

The country’s existing energy systems are transforming at a rapid pace, driven by technological advances and factors such as the transition from fossil fuels to renewables. The online Master of Science in Civil Engineering: Energy Infrastructure program, offered by the University of Washington, prepares you for the growing opportunities in this field.

This engineering degree specialization gives you the comprehensive knowledge needed to plan, design, construct and manage the balance of plant components associated with energy infrastructure projects.

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Be at the Forefront of Energy Innovation

Study the latest research and industry trends and delve into the cutting-edge technologies shaping the energy infrastructure projects of today and the future.

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Advance Your Engineering Career

Gain a solid foundation in energy infrastructure principles from a civil engineering perspective and prepare to become a leader in the field. 

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Learn from Expert Faculty

Learn from UW faculty and practitioners with extensive knowledge and experience conducting research and leading complex infrastructure projects in the field. 

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Earn an Online Degree on Your Schedule

Take advantage of a fully online program that is convenient for working professionals. Start any quarter and enjoy the flexibility of online study.

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"This degree program focuses on expanding your knowledge of energy infrastructure, including gaining relevant skills, business knowledge, construction insights and a broader perspective on energy and utilities.”

Joe Mahoney