Online Graduate Curriculum in Environmental Engineering
Our online Master’s in Environmental Engineering program is unlike any other program in the industry. Our program is 100% online and on your schedule. You’ll work alongside our faculty and other students in a virtual environment. In addition, most courses include projects relevant to real-world practice. So, you will test your knowledge, work with classmates, and apply what you know each step of the way. The degree is designed for working professionals and features a fully supported online learning environment.
Finish in Two Years
Our M.S. in Environmental Engineering is a 30 credit hour, 10-course degree that can be completed in 2 years. This curriculum allows you to earn your master’s degree at a pace that is consistent with your career goals while balancing it with your life demands.
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A master’s in Environmental Engineering will strengthen your earning potential, make you a more valuable team member and create opportunities to move into greater leadership roles.
The online Master of Environmental Engineering program is based on the University of New Haven’s well-known and respected on-ground program established in the early 70’s. Online courses are offered in 5 convenient 7.5- or 6-week long terms, during the academic year and the summer, respectively (2 terms in the spring, 1 in the summer, and 2 in the fall) at one course per term allowing students to complete the program in as little as 2 years.
Courses, offered in an asynchronous mode, can be completed fully online.
The program includes ten 3-credit courses in various areas of environmental and water resources engineering, and in environmental law. Students are also required to complete a research project. This degree requirement may be fulfilled by completing the 3-credit Research Project course, or by a project completed in a course.
The University of New Haven takes a holistic look at environmental engineering, including topics such as:
- Pollution prevention
- Hazardous waste treatment
- Soil and groundwater remediation
- Solid waste
- Air pollution
- Water pollution and treatment
- Wastewater treatment
- Open channel flow
- Surface water quality
The program requires 30 units of graduate credit for the degree. Courses currently offered fully online include:
|Course Code/ Course Title||Course Code/ Course Title|
|CIVL 6601 – Physical-Chemical Treatment of Aqueous Wastes||CIVL 6614 – Surface Water Quality Management|
|CIVL 6602 – Biological Treatment of Aqueous Wastes||CIVL 6618 – Hazardous Waste Treatment|
|CIVL 6603 – Containment Fate and Transport in the Environment||CIVL 6623 – Open Channel Hydraulics|
|CIVL 6605 – Solid Waste Management||CIVL 6661 – Air Pollution Fundamentals|
|CIVL 6606 – Environmental Law and Legislation||CIVL 6690 – Research Project|
|CIVL 6610 – Pollution Prevention Management Technologies|
To meet the educational requirements to become a licensed environmental engineer one must have an engineering bachelor’s degree from an ABET accredited engineering program.