Environmental Engineering and Project Management
The combined certificate program in Environmental Engineering and Project Management provides a strong background in both environmental engineering and construction management. The choice of technical electives allows students to focus their environmental engineering coursework on specific topics in processes engineering, water quality, and geoenvironmental engineering. Note that certain technical electives have prerequisite requirements. See the Manhattan College Graduate Catalog for details.
Courses may be applied to a Master's of Engineering (ME) or a Master's of Science (MS) Degree in Environmental Engineering.
|COURSE NUMBER||COURSE NAME||CREDITS|
|ENVG 506||Water & Wastewater Treatment Processes 1||3|
|COMG 602||Introduction to Construction Management 2||3|
|COMG 614||Contracts and Specifications 2||3|
|TWO of the following elective courses:|
|ENVG 505||Surface Water Quality Modeling||3|
|ENVG 700||Mathematical Models I||3|
|ENVG 703||Fate and Effects of Toxic Contaminants||3|
|ENVG 704||Advanced Water Quality Modeling||3|
|ENVG 718||Biological Processes and Treatment||3|
|ENVG 736||Advanced Unit Operations||3|
|ENVG 740||Advanced Hydraulic Design||3|
|Total Credits: 15|
1 Students who have completed ENVG 506 or equivalent unit operations course can select a substitute course from the list of technical electives.
2 Environmental Impact Assessment for Construction Projects (COMG 611) can be substituted for COMG 602 or COMG 614.