Research Areas

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The department of Civil and Environmental Engineering has a total of 13 areas of study/research. Our 4 newest areas include Artificial Intelligence and Data Science, Automation in Civil Infrastructure, Future Cities, and Sustainable and Resilient Natural and Built Environments (these are currently only open to Doctoral students).



The professors are the number one reason for getting a Master's here at Texas A&M University. They are the best you can get in my opinion (at least for structural classes).

Spring ’24 MS graduate

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71 faculty researchers
370 enrolled graduate students (Fall 2023)

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