Skip to Main Content

MS, Environmental Engineering (ENEN)

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.

Course Requirements

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.

Core Curriculum

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
Transfer Credits

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.