Master of Science in Environmental Engineering
The Master of Science in Environmental Engineering program builds a strong foundation in multiple areas of environmental engineering through coursework and research specialization. Areas of specialization may include but are not limited to: water and wastewater engineering, soil remediation, water resources engineering, air pollution engineering (indoor and outdoor), building energy systems, energy/environment/economics (E3), environmental chemistry, environmental resource management, and industrial ecology.
Students are expected to conduct research at a rigorous level above and beyond the coursework-only Master of Engineering in Environmental Engineering degree program. Students must complete an oral defense of their written thesis to satisfy program requirements.
|CAE 523||Statistical Analysis Engg Data||3|
|ENVE 501||Environmental Chemistry||3|
|ENVE 542||Physcheml Prcs in Envir Eng||3|
|Select a minimum of 6 credit hours of major electives in CAE or ENVE 1||6|
|Select 6 to 8 credit hours of general electives 1,2||6-8|
|ENVE 591||Research and Thesis M.S.||6-8|
Total Credit Hours: 32
1 Up to 9 credit hours of 400-level courses can be applied to the degree program
2 General electives can be taken in CAE, CHE, CHEM, EG, EMS, ENVE, MMAE or other disciplines with advisor approval