Required Classes:

EAEE E4001:Industrial Ecology of Earth Resources

EAEE E4160: Solid and Hazardous Waste Management

EAEE E4150: Air Pollution Prevention and Control

And, one of the following three courses:

EAEE E4009:GIS for Resource, Environment, and Infrastructure Management; or

EAEE E6208: Combustion Chemistry and Processes; or

AEE E4004: Physical Processing and Recovery of Solids.

Electives:

Any approved SEAS course at the 4000 or higher level may be used to fulfill the elective course requirements. With permission of their advisor, appropriate courses from other departments or schools (e.g., School of International and Public Affairs, Mailman School of Public Health, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences) may be counted towards the degree. Available courses include the following:

Mathematical modeling:

APMA E4300y: Numerical methods

EAEE E6210 : Quantitative environmental risk analysis

EAEE E4257:Environmental data analysis and modeling

 Pollution prevention of air and water:

EAEE E4003: Introduction to aquatic chemistry

CIEE E4257: Groundwater Contaminant Transport and Remediation

CIEE E4163: Environmental engineering: Wastewater

CIEN E4250: Waste Containment Design and Practice

Engineering Sciences

EAEE E4252: Introduction to surface and colloid chemistry

EAEE E4900: Applied transport and chemical rate phenomena

EAEE E4901: Environmental microbiology

Resource Management:

CIEN E4129: Managing engineering and construction processes

EAEE E4200: Production of inorganic materials

EAEE E4361: Economics of Earth resource industries

EAEE E4100: Management and development of water systems

U6230:Economics of sustainable development

IEOR E4000x: Production management

Health impacts

P6309: Biochemistry basic to environmental health

P6530: Issues and approaches in health policy

P6700: Introduction to sociomedical sciences