NIU- Graduate (Master’s and Doctoral) Programs

NIU- Graduate (Master’s and Doctoral) Programs:


Architecture and Landscape Architecture:

Design Projects in environmental building and ecological communities: Green roofs, Vertical gardens and vertical Forestry.


Business Management:


Theses in applied and theoretical business management and administration including Environmental Management and joint Peace and Management studies. See also our special programs.



Theses in applied and theoretical economics including environmental economics and joint Peace and Economics studies.


Environmental Science:

Theses in climatology, environmental degradation, pollution control, urban ecology and environmental economics.


Environmental Peace:

Thesis on the most important and challenging subject in this present world: to keep a balance between environment and human development and behavior


Engineering: (Environmental, Chemical, Civil, Architecture, Mechanical, Electrical)

Theses in research based projects including environmentally friendly green technologies.


History, Languages, Literature, Philosophy:

Theses in Scholarly Studies according to discipline.


Laboratory Sciences:Biology, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Physics, Physiology

Thesis and research in cooperation with local University- apply to Student Advisor for information.



Thesis in aspects of law including International Human Rights and Environmental law.


Medical Science:

Thesis in various studies and systems of medicine and therapies for protection of human health.





Theses in experimental studies in environment and behavior and  methods of psychological therapy.


Sociology and Political Science:

Theses in the theory of group behavior and environment-human interaction.. Special programs in Indigenous studies.



Computer Science and Information Technology:

Thesis on Computer Information Systems,Information Technology, Animation,Web Design & Development etc.


NIU Courses for 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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