Environmental Engineering with Specialization in Energy/Environment/Economics (E3) (M.ENG.)

The Master of Engineering in Environmental Engineering with Specialization in Energy/Environment/Economics (E3) is a coursework-only degree program specifically designed to provide students with advanced professional preparation in specialized areas of environmental engineering practice with applications in energy, environment, and economics.

This program provides a mixed-media foundation for students to gain experience in a combination of environmental engineering fields, including water and wastewater engineering, air quality engineering, and industrial and hazardous waste engineering and management. Students also have the option to select elective courses in energy technologies for a unique understanding of the associated environmental issues and economic forces that drive technology choices.

Program Overview

Our mixed-media program helps students to gain experience in environmental engineering fields, including water and wastewater engineering, air quality engineering, and industrial and hazardous waste engineering and management. Learn about environmental issues and economic forces that drive technology choices.

Career Opportunities

Our graduate Master of Engineering in Environmental Engineering with E3 specialization degree program will prepare you for such careers as:

  • Senior environmental engineer
  • Water project engineer
  • Air quality specialist

The Master of Engineering in Environmental Engineering with Specialization in Energy/Environment/Economics (E3) is a coursework-only degree program specifically designed to provide advanced professional preparation in specialized areas of environmental engineering practice.

Students have the option to select elective courses in energy technologies for a unique understanding of the associated environmental issues and economic forces that drive technology choices. No thesis or comprehensive exam is required for completion of the degree.

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Students with a variety of academic backgrounds are eligible to apply for the program including those with undergraduate degrees in non-engineering disciplines. However, students from non-engineering disciplines may be required to take deficiency courses in their first year of study or prior to acceptance into the program.