Graduate Certificate in Geoenvironmental Engineering
The graduate certificate in geoenvironmental engineering program is designed to provide the necessary background for civil engineers to practice in the field. The program offers an in-depth understanding of the issues that a geo-environmental engineer may encounter in practice. Students who successfully complete the certificate program may opt to continue towards a master's degree in the Civil and Environmental Engineering department. All courses completed by the student in the graduate certificate program with a grade of B or better can be transferred to the master's degree program.
Specific admission requirements are shown on the Graduate Program Finder.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 12 credits, including 9 credits in required courses and one 3-credit elective course.
|CE 6401||Fundamentals of Soil Behavior|
|CE 6509||Introduction to Hazardous Wastes|
|CE 6800||Special Topics (Containment Systems for Waste Disposal and Remediation Systems for Subsurface Contamination)|
|One of the following:|
|CE 6501||Environmental Chemistry|
|CE 6504||Water and Wastewater Treatment Processes|
|CE 6507||Advanced Treatment Processes|
|CE 6605||Ground Water and Seepage|
|CE 6610||Pollution Transport Systems|