Master of Science in Environmental Engineering
As our society advances, development puts pressure on world resources and ecosystems. Environmental engineers help balance the impact of this development on our environment with solutions that remediate or prevent contamination of air, drinking water, soil and natural systems. The field of environmental engineering is rapidly advancing to encompass many of today’s greatest challenges, such as sustainability, carbon emissions and limited water resources.
Courses in Missouri University of Science and Technology’s environmental engineering graduate degree program focus on engineering analysis that incorporate the fundamental physical, biological and chemical characteristics of natural and engineered environmental systems, while putting these engineering solutions in the context of societal needs and the requirements of environmental laws.
A total of 30 credit hours of coursework is required to complete this degree.
Since 1913, Missouri University of Science and Technology has been accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
International Student Requirements:
Bachelor’s in engineering discipline from an approved program; student with non-engineering degrees (e.g. chemistry, physics, geology, or biology) will be considered, if deficiencies in mathematics, science and engineering are remedied. GPA = 3.0; GRE V+Q = 302 (1100 based on the previous scale), A = 3.5; TOEFL = 88 iBT
Facts & Figures
Financial Aid: No
International Financial Aid: No
# of Credits Required: 30 credit hours for
Average Cost per Credit (Graduate): $1,194.51 USD
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Intensive
Loans Offered: Students are encouraged to check with the Financial Aid Office upon application.
Locale: Remote Town
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