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

Application Deadlines

Summer Semester: April 21st

Fall Semester: July 21st

Spring Semester: December 9th