Applicants must hold an engineering undergraduate degree, such as in Environmental, Chemical, and Civil Engineering. A thesis is required for the Master of Science degree. Continuous registration is necessary for all graduate students until the thesis has been approved unless special permission from the Graduate School of Engineering and Sciences is obtained. The emphasis of the program is on Environmental Pollution and Control. Several departments at the Institute contribute to the program. The required course load is 21 credits. Core and elective courses of the program are catalogued under the contributing departments’ pages. Students are to take at least three core courses, one from each of the three groups. Remaining credit requirements may be met by taking related courses offered in other departments and other interdisciplinary graduate programs. The core courses and offering departments are as follows.
ECTS forms of the courses may be viewed on the Office of International Relations website.
|CHE 533||Mass Transport in Environmental Engineering||3+0||Chemical Engineering|
|ENV 602||Advanced Environmental Chemistry||3+0||Environmental Engineering|
|ENV 603||Environmental Statistics||3+0||Environmental Engineering|
|ENV 500||M.S. Thesis||0+1||Environmental Engineering|
|ENV 590||Technical Writing, Research Methods, and Ethics||2+0||Environmental Engineering|
|ENV 598||Research Seminar*||0+2||Environmental Engineering|
|ENV 8XX||Special Studies||8+0||Environmental Engineering|
* All M.S. students must register Research Seminar course until the beginning of their 4th semester.
Students may take but not restricted to the following courses offered in the other programs as electives.
|ENV 502||Environmental Biotechnology||3+0||Environmental Engineering|
|ENV 503||Sustainable Energy and Environment||3+0||Environmental Engineering|
|ENV 504||Bioenergy Technologies||3+0||Environmental Engineering|
|ENV 505||Microalgal Biotechnology||3+0||Environmental Engineering|
|ENV 506||Environmental Exposure and Risk Assessment||3+0||Environmental Engineering|
|ENV 507||Indoor Air Pollution||3+0||Environmental Engineering|
|ENV 508||Air Pollution Control I||3+0||Environmental Engineering|
|ENV 509||Air Pollution Control II||3+0||Environmental Engineering|
|ENV 580||Special Topics in Environmental Engineering||3+0||Environmental Engineering|
In addition to ENV coded courses, elective courses are selected from related courses in other departments and other interdisciplinary graduate programs.
Total credit (min.) :21
Number of courses with credit (min.): 7