Students can choose from three degree pathways for a MS degree in Environmental Engineering (ENEN):
- thesis pathway
- project pathway
- course-only pathway
For the Thesis pathway, students must also complete a qualifying examination, write a research thesis and pass an oral defense of the thesis. All students must satisfy the GPA and course requirements for their field of specialty within five years of admission.
A minimum of 30 credit hours with thesis pathway, project pathway or course-only The student must satisfy the GPA and course requirements for their field of specialty.
Four core courses are required for all students in the environmental engineering area.
- ENEN 610 Environmental Chemistry
- ENEN 612 Environmental Physicochemical Processes
- ENEN 614 Environmental Biological Processes
- ENEN 660 Air Pollution
No more than six credits may be transferred from another university. Credit transfer and/or exceptions to the 6-credit transfer limit must be approved by the Graduate Program Director and the Associate Dean of the Graduate School.
For additional program-specific details see the CBEE Department Graduate Handbook available on our Graduate Resources Page.