The M.S. in Environmental Engineering is awarded to a graduate student after a demonstrated mastery of subject matters in environmental engineering and proven competence in the conduct of individual research that represents an original contribution to knowledge. There are five (5) tracks/fields of specialization:
Air Quality Management
Water Quality Management
Solid and Hazardous Waste Management
Geoenvironment Quality Management
Environmental Systems Engineering
The Master of Science in Environmental Engineering (M.S. EnE) program aims to provide advanced and specialized training in environmental engineering which includes water quality control, wastewater disposal and treatment, design courses in biological, chemical, and advanced treatment processes, pollution control, solid waste management, environmental impact assessment and related concerns. The two-year curriculum leading to the M.S. EnE degree is so designed that fundamental concepts of Environmental Engineering and their applications to environmental problems are given equal emphasis. To qualify for the M.S. EnE degree, a student must complete a minimum of 24 units of coursework and 6 units of thesis.