Advanced Certificate in Bridge Engineering

A nighttime view of the Peace Bridge in Buffalo that connects New York and Canada.

Resilient infrastructure for stronger communities

Bridge engineers need to be prepared to develop bridges using new construction methods and components, and improve the seismic resiliency of bridges to combat the problems associated with aging infrastructure. Our online Advanced Certificate in Bridge Engineering prepares students to take on leadership roles in enhancing bridges and infrastructure, making a meaningful impact on communities around the world.

Why Apply?

This certificate is a unique opportunity for practicing civil engineers and working professionals who want to boost their educational credentials and achieve greater success in the field of bridge engineering. It is designed specifically to accommodate a wide range of work schedules.

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Credit Hours


CIE 579 Bridge and Infrastructure Management and Public Policy is the only required course for the program. 

CIE 579 Bridge and Infrastructure Management and Public Policy covers  the following topics: Roles of bridge engineers in managing highway transportation infrastructure, specificants and standards of practice, capital project development and financing mechanisms, research funding processes, environmental issues, project delivery procurement methods and asset management. 

Elective Courses

Students will complete the 12-credit program with a combination of CIE 579 and three of the courses in the list below: