MS in Environmental Engineering
The MES program is open to students with undergraduate degrees in the physical, natural, or life sciences or related disciplines who have completed certain minimum undergraduate coursework. The MS Env. Engr. and MSCE programs are open to students with undergraduate degrees in environmental or civil engineering or related engineering or science disciplines who have completed certain minimum undergraduate coursework. Specific entrance requirements for each degree program are described in the following section, "Entrance Requirements for the MES, MS Env. Engr., and SCE Degree Programs". Two options, thesis and non-thesis, are available for all Master's degree programs. Both options include a final oral examination and have a minimum residency requirement of one academic year. Each degree program consists of discipline-specific core courses, technical electives and a writing component as outlined in Tables 1-3. As shown in Tables 3a and 3b,there are two environment-related program areas for the MSCE degree: Water Resources Engineering, and Geoenvironmental Engineering, each with different core course requirements.