ENVE

Master of Science in Environmental Engineering 
and
Master of Science in Civil Engineering-
Environmental Engineering concentration

Georgia Tech and CEE policy can be complicated but you should always refer to the CEE Handbook and the Georgia Tech Catalog.

  • All our Master’s degree programs are 30 credits of  approved courses. Please view the page that applies to your specialization below.
  • 21 of those credits must be at the 6000 level or above.
  • 9 credits can be undergrad courses, but must be 4000 level only. They must be approved courses.
  • A maximum of 3 credits of Pass/Fail courses can count towards your Master’s degree (with the exception of thesis credits).

*Non-Thesis Option:
15 credits in Specialization Courses
15 credits in Approved Electives

*Thesis Option:
15 credits in Specialization Courses
9 credits in Approved Electives
6 credits in Master’s Thesis (CEE 7000)

*CSE differs from this model. Please refer to the CSE Page.

*Required Courses

Two of the following:
CEE 6310 Process Principles-EnvE CEE6310 syllabus
CEE 6311 Microbial Principles CEE 6311 – Microbial Principles – Fall 2019
CEE 6312 Chemical Principles-EnvE CEE 6312 – Chemical Principles-Fall 2021

And
CEE 8094 Environmental Engineering Seminar CEE 8094 Env. Eng Seminar Syllabus 22 Fall

*Other ENVE Specialization Courses
CEE 6313 Fate of Contaminants in the Subsurface
CEE 6314 Fundamentals of Environmental Modeling and Mathematics
CEE 6315 Environmental Nanotechnology CEE 6315 – Environmental Nanotechnology Fall 2021
CEE 6319 Environmental Sciences and Engineering Laboratory
CEE 6320 Legal, Institutional, and Policy Frameworks for Water Resources Planning and Management
CEE 6321 Water Quality and Ecology in Lakes and Rivers
CEE 6322 Water Resources Systems Analysis
CEE 6323 Natural Resources and Environmental Economic
CEE 6324 Water Supply and Sanitation
CEE 6325 River Hydraulics
CEE 6326 Hydrologic Principles and Practices
CEE 6327 Statistical Methods for Environmental Data Analysis and Prediction
CEE 6330 Physicochemical Processes CEE 6330 – Physicochemical Processes – Spring 2019
CEE 6331 Biological Processes CEE 6331 – Biological Processes
CEE 6332 Separation Processes
CEE 6333 Hazardous Waste Site Remediation
CEE 6340 Solid-Liquid Separation
CEE 6341 Industrial Waste Treatment and Disposal
CEE 6342 Solid Waste Technology
CEE 6343 Membrane Processes
CEE 6345 Sustainable Engineering
CEE 6350 Advanced Environmental Chemistry
CEE 6351 Biotransformation of Xenobiotic Compounds
CEE 6355 Industrial Ecology in Environmental Engineering
CEE 6360 Design of Treatment Facilities for Drinking Water
CEE 6361 Modeling and Simulation of Biological Treatment Systems
CEE 6390 Air Pollutant Formation and Control CEE 6390-syllabus-S20 (1)
CEE 8812 Advanced Topics in Air Pollution
CEE 6315 Environmental Nanotechnology CEE 6315 – Environmental Nanotechnology Fall 2021
CEE 8813 Experimental Methods in Air Quality
CEE 8813 Any Special Topics Course Taught by ENVE faculty
CEE 6271 Flow and Transport through Porous Media I
CEE 6720 Environmental Microbial Genomics CEE_BIOL 6720 – Environmental Microbial Genomics
CEE 6790 Air Pollution Physics and Chemistry
CEE 8095 Seminar; 3cr max
CEE 8956 Master’s Research Problem (Permit Required) 3cr max

Approved Electives
(all other electives must be approved by your faculty advisor prior to registration)
AE-Any 6xxx-8xxx course that is not a seminar
BMED- Any 6xxx-8xxx course that is not a seminar
CEE- Any 6xxx-8xxx course that is not a seminar
ChBE- Any 6xxx-8xxx course that is not a seminar
EE- Any 6xxx-8xxx course that is not a seminar
ISYE- Any 6xxx-8xxx course that is not a seminar
MSE- Any 6xxx-8xxx course that is not a seminar
ME- Any 6xxx-8xxx course that is not a seminar
NRE- Any 6xxx-8xxx course that is not a seminar
EAS- Any 6xxx-8xxx course that is not a seminar
CHEM- Any 6xxx-8xxx course that is not a seminar
BIOL- Any 6xxx-8xxx course that is not a seminar
PHYS- Any 6xxx-8xxx course that is not a seminar
CS- Any 6xxx-8xxx course that is not a seminar
MATH- Any 6xxx-8xxx course that is not a seminar
CP- Any 6xxx-8xxx course that is not a seminar
PUBP- Any 6xxx-8xxx course that is not a seminar

*All course offerings are subject to change.

 

Want to play around with course selection? Try this advising worksheet: MS Advising Worksheet ENVE