MSCE Videos

Tips for Succeeding in Online Classes

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Listen to NJIT’s online Master of Science in Civil Engineering program director, Dr. John Schuring, share some tips for online learning.

MSCE Faculty Research

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The Newark College of Engineering has a blend of engineering practitioners and front-line researchers who are often award winning teachers.

Meet Peter Aiyuk – Program Graduate

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Hear from Peter Aiyuk, Graduate of the Online Master of Science in Civil Engineering program.

Meet Mamatha Sen – Program Graduate

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Hear from Mamatha Sen, Graduate of the Online Master of Science in Civil Engineering program.

Mamatha Sen – Advice for Online Students

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Listen to Mamatha Sen, Graduate of the Online Master of Science in Civil Engineering program, give advice about being an online student.

How Online Students Stay Connected

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Listen to Dr. Janice Daniel, a faculty member that teaches in the online MSCE program, discuss how she stays connected with her online students.

Degree Concentration Options

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Listen to Program Director, Dr. John Schuring, give an overview of NJIT’s online Master of Science in Civil Engineering program.

Civil Engineering – Modern Problem Solvers

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See some of the ways Civil Engineers are Modern Problem Solvers.

Challenges Facing Transportation Engineers

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Listen to Dr. Janice Daniel, a faculty member that teaches in the online MSCE program, discuss her research around the Challenges of Traffic Congestion.

Benefits of Earning an MSCE from NJIT

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Listen to Program Director, Dr. John Schuring, give an overview of the Benefits of NJIT’s online Master of Science in Civil Engineering program.

Future Roadways

What will America’s roads and highways look like in the future? Across the United States, there are more than 4 million miles of public roadways, and 28 percent are listed as being in “poor condition.” Throughout those roadways, 61,000 bridges are considered “structurally deficient.” On top of the needs for rebuilding our roadways, 42 percent [...]

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