Master of Science in Environmental Engineering
This program makes it possible for the student to build a strong foundation in environmental engineering and, through their research, to specialize in one area.
|CAE 523||Statistical Analysis of Engineering Data||3|
|ENVE 501||Environmental Chemistry||3|
|ENVE 542||Physiochemical Processes in Environmental Engineering||3|
|ENVE 580||Hazardous Waste Engineering||3|
|Select 9 to 11 credit hours||9-11|
|ENVE 591||Research and Thesis M.S.||6-8|
Minimum degree credits required: 32
The student must have a minimum grade point average of 3.0/4.0 in the core areas. Aside from the core courses, coursework may be selected (with adviser approval) to satisfy the needs of the individual student.
Up to 9 credit hours in 400-level courses may be selected in some cases to overcome deficiencies or broaden the student’s background. In addition, master’s degree students take 6-8 credit hours of research (ENVE 591). The final step in this program is an oral defense of the thesis; no additional written comprehensive exam is required.