Environmental Science Master of Engineering

In order to graduate with a Master of Engineering degree with specialization in Environmental Engineering, the student has to successfully complete 30 cr hr of courses including at least 2 Fundamental courses and 1 Design course.

MEng Core Courses (6 – 9 cr hr)

Track Required Courses (10 – 15 cr hr)

Minimum of Two Fundamental courses and minimum of One Design course

Capstone Project (1 – 4 cr hr)

Elective Courses (2 – 9 cr hr)

Fundamental Courses - at least 2 courses to be selected from the following

Fall Semester

ENVE 6000/6001 - Applied Biology for Engineered Systems (3/2 cr hr)

ENVE 6047 - Chemical Principles of Environmental Systems (4 cr hr)

ENVE 6053 - Physical Principles of Environmental Systems (3 cr hr)

Spring Semester

ENVE 6046 - Biological/Microbiological Principles of Environmental Systems (4 cr hr)

Design Courses - at least 1 course to be selected from the following

Fall Semester

ENVE 6026 - Environmental/Hydrologic System Analysis (3 cr hr)

Spring Semester

CVE 6090 - Engineering Hydrology (3 cr hr)

ENVE 6054 - Physical/Chemical Processes for Water Quality Control (4 cr hr)

ENVE 6055 - Biological Processes for Water Quality Control (3 cr hr)

ENVE 6064 - Air Resources Management (3 cr hr)

Elective Courses

Fall Semester

ENVE 6014 - Solid Waste Management (3 cr hr)

ENVE 6022C - Atmospheric Chemistry and Monitoring (3 cr hr)

ENVE 6094 - Probability and Estimation Methods for Engineering Systems (3 cr hr)

GEOG 6071C - Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (3 cr hr)

Spring Semester

ENVE 6044 - Environmentally Conscious Engineering (3 cr hr)

ENVE 6058 - Environmental Instrumentation (3 cr hr)

ENVE 6068C - Bioprocess Engineering and Renewable Energy (3 cr hr)

With permission of their advisor, students may select some of their elective credit hours in areas outside of Environmental Engineering; typical courses come from Arts & Science and DAAP.  Independent studies or projects in advanced topics may also be arranged.