Graduate Degrees in Environmental Practical Science and Engineering

Entrance to the Graduate program is with an Engineering Degree or equivalent Science Degree with B+ grade or in exceptional cases Published Patents  or Papers with strong letters of recommendation indicating that the candidate has the necessary background to successfully complete the program.

The minimum course requirement for completion of a Master of Applied Science degree is 5 full courses, although students are encouraged to take more. The Master of Engineering degree requires either 10 courses, or 8 courses and a project. The Ph.D. program normally consists of a thesis and 6 to 11 courses depending on the candidate’s background preparation.


Principles of Measurements

Environmental Decision Making

Environmental Pathways

Probability and Statistics

Evaluation of Engineering Systems

Water Resources Engineering

Water Resources Systems Modeling

Water Resources Systems Analysis

Groundwater Flow and Contamination

Analytical Environmental Chemistry

Chemistry and Analysis of Water and Wastes

Physical/Chemical Treatment Processes

Biological Treatment Processes

Environmental Microbiology

Solid Waste Management

Groundwater Flow and Contamination

: Advanced Contaminant Hydrogeology

Air Purification Principles

Sustainable Infrastructure

Evaluating Environmental and Sustainability

: Economics of Sustainable Infrastructure

: Evaluation of Civil Engineering Systems

Cities as Ecosystems

: Technology, Society and the Environment

Environmental Economics

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