Harmonie Hawley, Jeff Kuo, Phoolendra Mishara, Prasada Rao, Garrett Struckhoff, Binod Tiwari
The Master of Science in Environmental Engineering is an online degree program that educates and prepares the future leaders in environmentally related fields. Its structure is based on a cohort model in which students move through the two-year curriculum as a group. The course schedule is be based on four 16-week semesters and one summer session. The online format creates an environment where much learning occurs through completion of individual and team projects and analysis of case studies.
Learning Goals and Student Learning Outcomes
In addition to the learning goals and student learning outcomes described in the Civil and Environmental Engineering department, this program provides students with practical information and technical knowledge on contemporary environmental topics and issues, including: potable water treatment; wastewater treatment and disposal; water reclamation and reuse; stormwater runoff management and treatment; solid and hazardous waste management; contaminated groundwater and soil remediation; landfill design; air pollution control engineering; global warming issues; and sustainable development.
Master of Science in Environmental Engineering (30 units)