To earn an MS in Environmental Engineering, you must complete 30 credits as described below, with a 3.0 GPA or better in all graduate courses and in all guided studies (readings, projects, theses, dissertations). Averages are computed separately for courses and guided studies. Transfer credits from other institutions are not included in this average.
Core Courses (12 Credits)
- CE-GY 7373 (Please refer to the bulletin)
- CE-GY 7423 (Please refer to the bulletin)
Select 2 of the Following
- Hydrology CE-GY 7223
- CE-GY 7233 (Please refer to the bulletin)
- CE-GY 7753 (Please refer to the bulletin)
- CE-GY 7673 (Please refer to the bulletin)
Major Courses (9 Credits)
Select 3 of the Following
- CE-GY 7393 (Please refer to the bulletin)
- CE-GY 7433 (Please refer to the bulletin)
- Modeling Fate and Transport of Surface Water Pollution CE-GY 7473
- The course covers dispersal and decay of contaminants introduced into lakes, streams, estuaries and oceans, and the effects of pollutants on chemical quality and ecology of receiving waters.
Prerequisite: Graduate Standing
- Environmental Geotechnology CE-GY 8493
- The course covers: Clay mineralogy; soil-water interaction processes; chemical transport through soils; hydraulic conductivity, diffusion and attenuation mechanisms; water-disposal systems; design of land-fills, seepage barriers and cut-off walls; geo-environmental site characterization techniques; and soil-remediation techniques.
Prerequisite: undergraduate soil mechanics, CE-UY 3153 or equivalent.
- CE-GY 7703 (Please refer to the bulletin)
Master Project or Theses (3-6 Credits)
CE 9996 Project, Credits: 3.00
CE 9997 Master's Thesis, Credits: 6.00
Electives (3-6 Credits)
3-6 credits of approved engineering and science electives