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Environmental Requirements

CEE graduate students pursuing a Master’s in Environmental Engineering are required to take the following core courses:

  • CEE 6610 Environmental Quality Analysis

  • CEE 6630 Process Dynamics

  • CEE 6640 Physical/Chemical Process Engineering

  • CEE 6650 Biological Process Engineering

  • CEE 6660 Environmental and Hydrologic Data Analysis

  • CEE 6670 Process Laboratory

  • CEE 6800 Environmental Engineering Seminar

  • CEE 6970 MS Project Research

Note that with approval from the graduate committee, required courses can be waived if the student has successfully completed an equivalent course at Utah State University or elsewhere.

Additional Environmental Courses

Fall


  • CEE 6110 Hydroinformatics
  • CEE 6400 Physical Hydrology
  • CEE 6430 Groundwater Engineering
  • CEE 6730 Environmental Chemistry of Organic Contaminants
  • CEE 6740 Surface Water Quality Modeling
  • CEE 6830 Management and Utilization of Biological Solids and Wastewater
  • CEE 6930 Green Infrastructure

Spring


  • CEE 5620 Aquatic Chemistry
  • CEE 5670 Hazardous Chemicals and Safety
  • CEE 5750 Air Quality Measurements
  • CEE 6450 Hydrologic Modeling
  • CEE 6490 Integrated River Basin/Watershed Planning and Management
  • CEE 6600 Environmental Chemistry of Inorganic Contaminants
  • CEE 6680 Soil-Based Waste Management

Or other courses as appropriate