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, 8507, 8511 (NOTE: CEE 7111 is only for students who do not have a BS in Civil Engineering.)
- One of the following: CEE 8502, 8507, 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
"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.
“Great peers, excellent faculty and unique research scopes.”
Humaira Monowara Jahangiri, Water Resources Engineer, OHM Advisors