Environmental Engineering and Management is a unique graduate program designed for environmental professionals in the modern work place. The program's objective is to provide advanced education in the scientific and regulatory background, state-of-the-art engineering practice, and the social and policy implications of environmental management.

The challenging coursework addresses pressing problems in all aspects of environmental engineering: infrastructure development, restoration and maintenance; liquid and solid waste management; remediation of contaminated land and groundwater; fate and transport of pollutants in surface and groundwater; and local, state and federal environmental regulation and policy.

Degrees Offered

The program offers Master of Science (M.S.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) degrees in Civil Engineering, for students with both engineering and non-engineering undergraduate backgrounds.

Program Course Listing

The following is a list of courses to choose use as building blocks for this particular program:

CE 591 Applied Hydrogeology and Contaminant Transport (3)
CE 592 Surface Water Quality Modeling (3)
CE 596 Water and Wastewater Engineering (3)
CE 565 Water Resources Engineering (3)
CMGT 547 Managerial Engineering Economics (3)
CE 593 Applied Hydrology (3)
CMGT 570 Project Management (3)
CE 575 Introduction to Systems Analysis (3)
CSC 576 Systems Design (3)
CE 797 Seminar in Environmental Engineering (3)
ME 536 Thermal Environmental Engineering
ME 537 Air Pollution and Control