The faculty members in the CEE program are leading experts in their respective disciplines. Our faculty members lead academic instruction and research activities in concrete materials, including ultra-high performance concrete and engineered cementitious composites, understanding of surface and subsurface hydrology and their sustainability through innovative use of modeling and experimental data, and reaction kinetics.
To be admitted to the Master’s or Doctoral program at WSU Tri-Cities you must:
The high level of research activity present in the department reflects our philosophy of providing graduate students with direct, first-hand experience within each specialty. Because of the extent of externally funded research, graduate students are thrust into the solution of problems of national and international importance. At the Master’s level, thesis and non-thesis options are available.
Required for Thesis Option
Requirements for Non-thesis Options
Students must apply for admission to the Pullman campus. However, by selecting a WSU Tri-Cities resident faculty member as adviser, a student may complete all the requirements of the program by staying at the Tri-Cities campus. Please contact Professor Akram Hossain to learn more about this Ph.D. program.
A. Minimum of 72 credit hours distributed as follows:*
B. Successful completion of a qualifying examination prepared and administered by the student’s advisory committee at the end of the first year.
C. Successful completion of a preliminary examination, both written and oral, prepared and administered by the student’s Advisory Committee one semester before final defense.
D. A dissertation, approved by the student’s Advisory Committee, based on the research conducted as part of the graduate program.
E. A defense of the Dissertation.
*Additional details are provided in the Graduate School Policies & Procedures