Engineering the Admissions Process

For admission into the online Master of Science in Civil Engineering program, you will need an undergraduate degree in engineering or equivalent. If you have an undergraduate degree in a non-engineering field, NJIT offers courses through the Bridge Program to help you meet the prerequisites. NJIT accepts through a transfer process, required prerequisite courses earned from other engineering universities with ABET-accredited degree programs.

Our Enrollment Advisors will guide you each step of the way–from your first inquiry about the program to graduation. We will work closely with you to gather all necessary information and resources to streamline your enrollment process.

For more information regarding admission, tuition, financial aid, student loans, computer requirements or any other questions regarding the program, please call an Enrollment Advisor at 866-939-5793, x5122 or complete the brochure request form and an Advisor will be in touch with you.

Admission Requirements
This section explains the admissions requirements for the online Master of Science in Engineering program as well as the Bridge Program, which is developed for the prerequisite needs of potential students.

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Academic Calendar
All of New Jersey Institute of Technology's online programs in Civil Engineering feature three seasonal start dates per year (winter/spring, summer, and fall). Make sure to take into consideration the time needed for the enrollment process.

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Tuition
Learn more about the tuition and fee requirements for NJIT’s online Master of Science in Civil Engineering program.

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Computer Requirements
Learning online requires computer access and a connection to the Internet. Get the details about what you'll need to get your computer or laptop up and running.

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Financial Aid
Financial aid to help you pay for your education is available from a variety of sources, such as federal grants, Stafford loans, scholarship programs, private sources and sometimes employer assistance programs.

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