UConn Master of Engineering, Environmental Engineering

Environmental Engineering Plan of Study

Applicants to MENG in Environmental Engineering: Must hold an accredited undergraduate (Bachelors of Science) degree in engineering or related field (e.g. Environmental Sciences, Chemistry, Geology). Students with non-engineering degrees should take the following courses or demonstrate proficiency in Fluid Mechanics, Differential Equations and 1 year of Chemistry prior to matriculation. Note, the MEng degree is not designed to provide a path to licensure for non-Engineering degree holders.


Master of Engineering Requirements: 4 MENG core courses (includes capstone project) + 6 technical environmental engineering courses (30 Credits)

MENG Program Required Courses:

  1. ENGR 5311 – Professional Communication & Information Management
  2. ENGR 5312 – Engineering Project Planning & Management
  3. ENGR 5314 – Advanced Engineering Mathematics or ENVE 5320 – Quantitative Methods for Engineers
  4. ENGR 5315 - MENG Capstone Project – Students are encouraged to work on a company-sponsored project

Environmental Engineering Concentration Electives:

  1. ENVE 5210 – Environmental Engineering Chemistry
  2. ENVE 5252 – Environmental Remediation
  3. ENVE 5311 – Environmental Biochemical Processes
  4. ENVE 5330 – Probabilistic Methods in Engineering Systems
  5. ENVE 5331 – Predictive Analytics for Scientists and Engineers
  6. ENVE 5530 – Environmental Site Investigation (previously Geoenvironmental Engineering
  7. AH/ENVE HAZWOPER (online version in development for AY 19/20)
  8. ENVE 5310 – Environmental Transport Phenomena
  9. ENVE 5830 – Groundwater Flow Modeling
  10. ENVE 5850 – Sustainable and Resilient Water Governance and Management


Your Plan of Study is determined by your catalog year. Please use your Advisement Report or Academic Requirements Report in StudentAdmin to determine your catalog year.

Application Deadlines

Summer Semester: April 21st

Fall Semester: July 21st

Spring Semester: December 9th