APPLICATION IS OPEN
The City College offers the Master of Science (M.S.) degree in
EARTH SYSTEMS AND ENVIRONMENTAL Engineering
The program is registered by THE STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
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The Master of Science degree is an innovative graduate degree designed to allow students to pursue advanced training and excel in science.
It provides students with diverse educational backgrounds and perspectives in Earth science and Earth systems.
Concentrations in the following areas
- Water Resource Engineering Management
- Climate and Remote Sensing
- Geoinformatics and GIS
Full-time : 2 academic semesters
Part-time: 4 academic semesters
by May 1 for the Fall semester; by November 15 for the Spring semester
Who should apply
Our interdisciplinary program attracts students with different backgrounds, not only in different engineering disciplines, but also from sciences (for example physics, applied mathematics, chemistry etc. ).
Students who do not have an undergraduate degree in environmental engineering must complete some undergraduate coursework before being admitted.
- Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university with GPA 3.0 or better;
- TOEFL score of 533 (73 on the internet based test) or better for international students;
- Two letters of recommendation;
- The personal essay explaining your motivation for pursuing a Masters degree in ESEE.
A Master's Degree in Earth Systems and Environmental Science and Technology requires minimum 30 credits, including
4 required courses covering core topics (12 credits)
2 distribution courses (6 credits)
3 courses in a specific area of concentration (9 credits)
Final project: Internship with an employer in industry, government, or non-profit organization (3 credits)
Each of the concentrations requires a core of courses specific to it plus technical electives
Description of selected courses (coming soon)
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More information can be received from International Student and Scholar Services
Last Updated: 10/12/2017 12:43