The Master of Environmental Engineering degree program is specifically designed to provide advanced professional preparation in specialized areas of environmental engineering practice.
At least 18 credit hours must be taken in 500-level courses in environmental engineering, and the thesis work should be replaced by six to eight hours of coursework or a project.
The student may choose courses in any of the areas of specialization listed for the M.S. programs. Undergraduate courses may sometimes be used to fulfill graduate program requirements in order to overcome deficiencies or to broaden the candidate's background. The limit is 12 credit hours in courses numbered 400-499.