The Master of Science in Water Resources and Environmental Engineering program (MSWREE) requires:

  • A minimum of 30 earned semester credits of graduate work, with a minimum of 21 graduate credits in Civil and Environmental Engineering courses
  • Two (2) Environmental Engineering courses from the following: CEE 7511, 7513, 7701, 8707, 8708
  • Two (2) Water Resources courses from the following: CEE 7111, 8501, 8502, 8503, 8508, 8511 (NOTE: CEE 7111 is only for students who do not have a BS in Civil Engineering.)
  • One of the following: CEE 8502, 8508, 8511, 8707, 8708
  • Choice of a thesis track or non-thesis track
  • A Plan of Study, which must be approved by the advisor and chairperson prior to the completion of the student's first semester of graduate study
  • Students may develop an interdisciplinary MSWREE degree program that includes geotechnical engineering courses

Updated 10/27/2023



Joseph Yost
Director of Graduate Studies


George Kokaliaris, EIT, ENV SP, Environmental Engineer, STV, Inc.

"The MSWREE graduate program has had a tremendous impact on my career as a consulting engineer. The program features a wide array of courses that are very relevant to my everyday projects in the civil and environmental engineering industry. Furthermore, the professors do an excellent job engaging both in-class and E-learning students in the lecture discussions. As an E-learning student in New York City, not once have I felt 100 miles away."

George Kokaliaris, EIT, ENV SP, Environmental Engineer, STV, Inc.




Humaira Monowara Jahangiri, graduate of the Master's in Water Resources and Environmental Engineering Program.

“Great peers, excellent faculty and unique research scopes.”

Humaira Monowara Jahangiri, Water Resources Engineer, OHM Advisors