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 9-11 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 nine 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 six to eight 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.