MSCE Water and Waste Management
The Master of Science in Civil Engineering (MSCE) Water and Waste Management is an interdisciplinary program with Sustainable Infrastructure Systems.
The Sustainable Infrastructure Systems program prepares students for immediate and effective participation in the modern infrastructure workforce through a common core that includes:
- smart-system design for sustainable infrastructures
- the societal and regulatory context of infrastructure engineering decisions
- construction management
A minimum of 27 units of coursework beyond the Bachelor degree.
- A Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering.
- Students in the Water and Waste Management program are expected to have a background in fluid mechanics equivalent to CE 309 or ENE 410.
- Admitted students who do not meet this prerequisite will be assigned a course to complete the deficiency.
Required Courses (15 units)
CE 451: Water Resources Engineering
CE 453: Water Quality Control
CE 476: Design of Pressurized Hydraulic Systems
CE 501: Functions of the Constructor
CE 515: Sustainable Infrastructure Systems
Electives (3 courses)
CE 510: Groundwater Management
CE 516: Geohydrology
CE 520a: Ocean and Coastal Engineering
(other electives with approval)
CE 511: Flood Control Hydrology