Environmental Engineering Option

Coordinator: Chris Uchrin

To satisfy the Environmental Sciences Graduate Program's core, all students must complete the following course core (12 credits):

  • 16:375:510 Pollution Microbiology
  • 16:375:517 Applications of Aquatic Chemistry
  • 16:375:523 Environmental Fate and Transport
  • 16:375:535 Environmental Law and Policy

All students must also take the following courses (6 credits):

  • 16:180:565 Biogeochemical Engineering or 16:375:522 Environmental Organic Chemistry
  • 16:375:527 Environmental Process Dynamics

Electives (6 credits for Plan A M.S., 12 credits for Plan B M.S., 18 credits for Ph.D.) are to be taken from the following list:

  • 16:180:562 Design of Water and Wastewater Treatment
  • 16:180:563 Advanced Hydrology
  • 16:180:566 Sediment Transport
  • 16:180:574 Groundwater Engineering I
  • 16:180:576 Groundwater Engineering II
  • 11:117:413 Unit Processes in Bioenvironmental Engineering I
  • 11:117:414 Unit Processes in Bioenvironmental Engineering II
  • 11:117:423 Unit Processes in Bioenvironmental Engineering Lab I
  • 11:117:424 Unit Processes in Bioenvironmental Engineering Lab II
  • 11:117:462 Design of Solid Waste Treatment Systems
  • 11:117:468 Hazardous Waste Treatment Engineering
  • 11:117:496 Design of Land Treatment Systems
  • 16:375:504 Water and Wastewater Treatment
  • 16:375:506 Industrial Treatment
  • 16:375:524 Source Control of Atmospheric Pollution
  • 16:375:525 Principles of Solid Waste Management
  • 16:375:531 Biological Waste Treatment
  • 16:375:534 Environmental Sustainability
  • 16:375:541 Environmental Models