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Civil Engineering Master's Specializations
The Master of Engineering and Master of Science (M.Eng. and M.Sc., respectively) in Civil Engineering is offered in five specializations as listed below; to specialize in any of these areas the graduate must fulfill certain course and research work requirements:
 
More specifically, for the Master of Engineering and Master of Science degrees (M.Eng. and M.Sc.) courses are grouped in four categories of courses, from which each student must successfully attend a specific number of courses in order to fulfill the requirements of the specialty thrust selected, as follows: 
 
Categories Description
Α Basic specialization graduate courses
Β Elective specialization graduate courses
C CEE graduate courses other than those in categories A and B
D UCY graduate courses
For the Master of Engineering and Master of Science degrees (M.Eng. and M.Sc.) in Civil Engineering, for each of the five specializations, a number of successfully completed courses is required, as follows:
 
Courses:    A B C D
M.Eng. ≥5  ≥3  ≤2  ≤1 
M.Sc. ≥4 ≥1 ≤1
 
Therefore, completion of an M.Eng. degree in Civil Engineering in any particular specialization, which requires successful passing of 10 graduate courses, the requirements correspond to at least 5 graduate courses from group A and at least 3 graduate courses from group B, while up to 2 courses are allowed from group C and up to 1 course from group D, as specified for the particular specialization. For example, a student could take 6 courses from group-A and 4 courses from group B, or 5 courses from group-A, 4 courses from group-B and 1 course from group C or D, as specified for the particular specialization.
 
Respectively, for a Master of Science in Civil Engineering, which is more research-oriented and requires only 7 successfully completed graduate courses, at least 4 graduate courses are required from group-A, at least 1 graduate course is required from group-B and up to 1 graduate course is required either from group C or D, as defined for each specialization. For example, a student could select 5 graduate courses from category-A and 2 courses from group-B, or 4 courses from group-A, 2 courses from group-B and 1 course either from group C or D.