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EWRE Graduate Studies

Graduate Program Degrees

Application Deadline: January 2
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Admission Information

Graduate Program Contact: Dr. Casey Brown, casey@umass.edu

MS Degrees

  • Master of Science in Environmental Engineering
  • Master of Science in Civil Engineering

Two main paths are available for obtaining the M.S. degree through the Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Program. The two paths are the research option and the coursework option. The specific degree requirements and the appropriate degree depend on your undergraduate background and if the degree is research based or not.

The research option is usually followed by students receiving financial support in the form of a research or teaching assistantship (RA, TA). The coursework option is designed to be completed in 9 to 12 months; students pursuing this option receive no or partial financial assistance. Students who have been admitted into the program without an engineering baccalaureate must make up prerequisite coursework at the basic level of undergraduate engineering in order to be eligible for the M.S. degree.

For more information, please see the Environmental & Water Resources Engineering Program Information, Procedures and Advising Manual

For current UMass CEE undergraduates, please find information about the accelerated, course-based master’s option here.

 

The PhD Degree

  • Doctor of Philosophy

The Program has a PhD research program which offers students the chance to do original research. Such high level research may contribute to a new view of an aspect of environmental and water resources engineering, or a solution to an existing problem. It also provides students with the opportunity to obtain the credentials in the environmental and water resources engineering profession needed to practice engineering at the highest level.

Graduates of the PhD program are employed in a variety of areas including faculty positions at, Colorado State University, Union College, University of Pennsylvania, Case Western Reserve, University of Florida, University of New Hampshire, the State University of New York at Buffalo, University of New Haven, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, University of Rhode Island, and Roger Williams University. 

For more information, please see the Environmental & Water Resources Engineering Program Information, Procedures and Advising Manual

 

Enrolled Students

 

Research