Environmental Science & Engineering M.S. Curriculum
Thirty credit hours
at least 18 credits of graduate course work
at least 2 credits of seminar
at least 6 credits of thesis
At least a 3.0 cumulative GPA in coursework contributing to degree requirements
At least two seminars in residence
All accepted international students, for whom English is a second language, are required to take an English-as-a-Second-Language placement exam (LA005) upon their arrival on campus. Recommended ESL courses must be completed.
The ES&E degree typically takes one and a half to two years.
Environmental Science & Engineering MS Required Courses
The master’s candidate must complete 30 credit hours, including 2 credits of seminar; and at least 6 credits of research (or 4 credits towards a Project). Additionally the master’s candidate must take:
EV 532 (Risk Analysis)
POL 570 (Environmental Policy) or POL 571 (Energy Policy)
CE 586 (Industrial Ecology) or CE 582 (Environmental Systems Analysis & Design)
Three (3) additional electives (9 credits) following a selected “Theme”
At least three (3) of the above set of courses must be Engineering courses