Environmental EngineeringM.S. or M.Eng.
Save the planet. Start in this one-of-a-kind program combining chemical, civil and geological engineering.
The planet's population is growing. So are our demands for food, energy and other resources vital to life. Environmental engineers play a critical role in ensuring we can satisfy those demands sustainably. Graduate environmental engineering students at UND learn how to protect and clean our air, water and soil, focusing on energy- and industrial-generated sources.
- Program type:
- Master's Degree
- On Campus or Online
- Est. time to complete:
- 18 months
- Credit hours:
Why earn a master's degree in environmental engineering at UND?
Environmental Engineering at UND
Learn at UND's Institute for Energy Studies (IES). This multidisciplinary institute is focused on training a generation of energy experts. Our graduates will develop energy technologies that are economically competitive, reliable, sustainable and politically and environmentally acceptable.
Faculty relationships with a wide variety of industries, municipalities, consulting firms, government agencies and research-funding organizations provide opportunities for your own research and collaboration.
Participate in research at the UND Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC), which works with state, federal and industry clients to solve energy and environmental needs.
Gain access to on-campus laboratory facilities including the multi-disciplinary Environmental Analytical Research Laboratory (Leonard Hall), Civil Engineering Environmental and Hydraulics Laboratories, and Chemical Engineering Laboratories.
Work in EPA-certified laboratories.
UND's Environmental Engineering program is recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a top online graduate engineering program.