MS in Environmental Engineering
Two Master of Science degrees are offered: the Master of Science Thesis degree and the Master of Science Non-Thesis degree. Admission to either program is competitive and requires a B.S. degree. Completion of a Masters of Science with thesis requires that each student perform original research advised by one of the core faculty of the Environmental Engineering program, this faculty member will be the Chair of the thesis defense committee. The Masters of Science non-Thesis degree requires that the student take 30 credit hours of course work. Non-thesis students are self-supporting and usually attend classes part time.