The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science offers a program in Environmental Engineering and Applied Science leading to the degree of Master of Applied Science in Environmental Systems Engineering and Management (ESEM). The program is available on a full-time basis.
The program is offered by the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science and will be administered by a Board of Studies appointed by the Dean of Engineering and Applied Science.
Admission is limited and competitive.
To be considered for admission, applicants shall normally hold a Bachelor's degree in engineering preferably in civil/environment/chemical/processing/petroleum engineering or equivalent from a recognized university with an aggregate mark of 75% or above.
To be eligible for consideration for admission, applicants will meet the English Proficiency Requirements described under General Regulations Qualification for Admission.
The degree program requires the completion of 30 credit hours.
6 credit hours comprising a project course 9600.
15 credit hours comprised of 9601, 9609, 9626, 9627, and 9628.
6 credit hours (two courses) to be selected from 9603, 9621, 9622, 9624, 9625, 9629, and 9630, 9605, 9610-9615.
3 credit hours (one course) from ENVE/ENVS 6001, ENVE/ENVS 6002, ENVE/ENVS 6003, Geography 6250.
- 9600 Environmental Engineering Project (6 credit hours)
- 9601 Environmental Pollution and Mitigation (cross listed as ENVS 6004)
- 9603 Environmental Sampling and Pollutant Analysis (cross listed as ENVS 6005)
- 9605 Advanced Wastewater Treatment
- 9609 Environmental Risk Assessment (cross listed as ENVS 6007)
- 9610-9615 Special Topics in Environmental Science & Engineering
- 9621 Soil Remediation Engineering
- 9622 Environmental Statistics
- 9624 Air Pollution (cross-listed as ENVS 6008)
- 9625 Environmental Aspects of Offshore Oil and Gas
- 9626 Environmental Management System
- 9627 Environmental Systems Engineering
- 9628 Environmental Laboratory
- 9629 Environmental Policy and Regulations
- 9630 Pollution Prevention
- ENVE/ENVS 6001 Earth and Ocean Systems
- ENVE/ENVS 6002 Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology
- ENVE/ENVS 6003 Applied Ecology
- Geography 6250 Conservation of Natural Resources