The Master of Geoenvironmental Engineering degree program is specifically designed to provide advanced professional preparation in specialized areas of civil engineering practice.
CAE 457 - Geotechnical Foundation Design
CAE 486 - Soil and Site Improvement
CAE 539 - Introduction To Geographic Information Systems
CAE 563 - Advanced Soil Mechanics Lab
CAE 564 - Design of Found Embankment and Earth Structures
CAE 565 - Rock mechanics and Tunneling
CAE 597 - Special Problems
ENVE 404 - Water and Waste Water Engineering
ENVE 501 - Environmental Chemistry
ENVE 545 - Environmental Regulations and Risk Assessment
ENVE 580 - Hazardous Waste Engineering
ENVE 585 - Groundwater Contamination
Up to 6 credit hours of courses from outside the department with the advisor's consent.