Environmental Resources Engineering
M.P.S., M.S., Ph.D
Environmental Resources Engineering takes an interdisciplinary approach to solve environmental resource-related problems in urban and natural settings.
Emphasis is placed on applying science and engineering principles to the analysis and design of engineered systems, processes and products that improve the conservation, restoration, development, and utilization of the built and natural environments. Students use modern engineering tools and techniques such as micrometeorology, remote sensing, hydrodynamic and atmospheric modeling, and systems analysis.
Program prerequisite or co-requisite courses include at least one semester of study in thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, or statics; hydrology, chemistry, or biology; and computing methods.
Program mastery courses beyond the departmental requirements are arranged to meet the objectives of the individual student program. A student’s program of study in this option may combine competence areas in the other ERE options, or introduce new competence areas.
Current Graduate Students in Environmental Resources Engineering
Only currently registered students appearnew student names are added at the start of the academic year.Student information is forthcoming.