MS in Architectural Engineering

University of Nebraska – Lincoln

Lincoln, Nebraska, USA
MS in Architectural Engineering
Duration1.5-2 Years
LevelMasters Program
  • Master of Science in Architectural Engineering degree was specifically created to meet the diverse needs of the building industry
  • The engineering of buildings is a large and complex field, with numerous positions available in each of the specialties offered by the university
  • There are approximately 10,000 firms in the United States engaged in the engineering design of buildings
  • Nebraska is proud to boast that it has more than its share of these architectural/engineering firms, including several of the largest in the country located in the Omaha and Lincoln metro areas
  • The degree program is a research-oriented program preparing graduates for:
    • Professional positions in building design and manufacturing firms where research skills are beneficial
    • Graduate study in a specialized field of architectural engineering at the doctoral level (see the College of Engineering unified PH.D. degree – Architectural Engineering specialization)
  • The M.S. will provide research experience and depth of knowledge in one of the specialized areas of architectural engineers:
    • Building acoustical systems
    • Building electrical systems
    • Building lighting systems
    • Building mechanical systems
    • Building structural systems
    • Or, an integration of these systems
Fees componentsAmount
Tuition & fees1936026 INR
Hostel & Meals845409 INR
Insurance229827 INR
Registration Fees2930 INR
International Student Fee10254 INR
New International Graduate Student 10986 INR
Technology Fee16552 INR
Total1115958 INR

Entry Criteria

Class 12thNo specific cutoff mentioned
BachelorsNo specific cutoff mentioned
  • Applicant must have a 4 year Bachelor's degree or equivalent degree from an accredited institution
ExamsTOEFL: 80

IELTS: 6.5

Additional info
  • Each international student's of Admission will state whether they are required to sit for the ELT. Exemptions from the ELT requirement may be granted based on sufficiently high TOEFL or IELTS writing scores, or for non-native speakers who have received a bachelor's or more advanced degree from a U.S. university or a university outside the U.S. at which English is the official language of instruction
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