Civil Engineering masters guidance


by goldemblem
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Feb20-12, 06:40 AM
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hello, i recently graduated from civil engineering; i am an international student and i would like to go for a masters degree on something related to civil engineering; i would like to ask for opinions on master degrees that a civil engr could pursue (if it counts i liked my transportation, environmental and structural classes; didn't like foundations, geotech and anything water related very much).

Also what universities would you recommend to study my masters? preferably that are not that expensive, have good professors, and that offer support for international students.

Thanks a lot, i would appreciate A LOT any guidance you can give.
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