Environmental Engineering Master's Program
DegreeMaster of Engineering
ContactDepartment of Civil, Environmental & Ocean Engineering1.888.511.1306[email protected]
Prepare to solve the most daunting challenges facing our environment today and in the future with an in-demand degree.
As organizations public and private strive to create a more sustainable world, there is a great need for specialized engineers who can help repair environmental damage and prevent future degradation. In Stevens’ environmental engineering master’s program, you’ll gain experience addressing problems like recovering resources from waste and designing processes to restore air, soil and water quality in contaminated sites. Graduates of our program are highly sought-after by government offices, consulting firms, law firms and utility companies.
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The Stevens Advantage
Stevens’ location right across the river from New York City gives students a unique view of how urban development impacts the environment, particularly inland and coastal waterways. On campus, you’ll have access to world-class research centers developing advanced innovations in environmental engineering, including the Coastal Engineering Research Group, Earth Observation and Hydrometeorology Laboratory, and Marine Hydrodynamic and Hydrokinetic Laboratory.
More Advantages to our Program
Part-time or full-time enrollment
Thesis and non-thesis options
All courses available in the evening
Online courses available
Environmental Control Processes
Groundwater and Soil Pollution Control
Areas of Focus
Inland and Coastal Environmental Hydrodynamics
Air Pollution Control
We welcome applicants who are committed to alleviating and preventing environmental problems. You can apply to the program with an undergraduate degree in environmental, civil, chemical or mechanical engineering, or in physics or biology. You must also have at least two years of calculus and one year of chemistry. Other degree-holders will be considered but may need to take additional prerequisites. Contact Graduate Admissions for more details.
Bachelor’s degree, with a minimum GPA of 3.0, from an accredited institution
Official college transcripts
Two letters of recommendation
A statement of purpose
TOEFL/IELTS scores (for international students)
A competitive GRE or GMAT score*
*GRE/GMAT is not required for part-time students.
Putting You on Track for Professional Success
The materials science master's program develops in-demand knowledge and skills to put you on track for career success in a variety of roles like:
Public and Private Treatment Facilities
Our graduates have been hired at: CH2M Hill, Mott MacDonald, Boswell Engineer, Langan Engineering, CDM (Camp Dresser & McKee), Passaic Valley Sewerage Authority