Degree Requirements

Students who lack appropriate background are asked to make up deficiencies by taking a program of bridge courses, including any prerequisites, that is designed in consultation with graduate advisors. See the undergraduate catalog for description of bridge courses.

The program comprises 30 credits of required and elective courses. The student consults the graduate advisor to plan and maintain an individualized and cohesive sequence of courses.

Students receiving financial aid at any point in their studies must complete 6 credits of ENE 701 . Any students are able to substitute Master’s thesis in their program.

M.S. in Environmental Engineering

Bridge Courses
CE 320Fluid Mechanics3
CE 321Water Resources Engineering3
CE 322Hydraulic Engineering3
CE 501Introduction to Soil Behavior3
CHEM 126General Chemistry II3
CS 101Computer Programming and Problem Solving3
MATH 222Differential Equations4
MECH 234Engineering Mechanics2
MECH 236Dynamics2
Total Credits26
Required Courses
ENE 663Water Chemistry3
ENE 660Introduction to Solid and Hazardous Waste Problems3
ENE 661Environmental Microbiology3
Graduate mathematics or computer science course approved by graduate advisor3
Select six of the following:18
Geographic Information System
Research Methods in Remote Sensing
Applied Hydrogeology
Open Channel Flow
Groundwater Hydrology
Geotechnical Aspects of Solid Waste
Special Topics in Civil Engineering
Site Remediation
Physical and Chemical Treatment
Biological Treatment
Analysis of Receiving Waters
Environmental Impact Analysis
Stormwater Management
ENE 700
Special Topics in Environmental Engineering
Environmental Chemodynamics
Total Credits30