The Master of Engineering (MENG) degree emphasizes improvement of essential technical and professional skills, while a traditional Master of Science degree emphasizes research or a comprehensive understanding of a research area. The Master of Engineering program is designed for practicing engineers who are attending classes in the evenings and on part-time basis. The MENG degree is offered through distance learning courses after regular workhours and with asynchronous content. This affords engineers the opportunity for continuing education without workplace interruptions. The program consists of 30 credit hours:
Master of Engineering Requirements: 4 MENG core courses (includes capstone project) + 6 technical environmental engineering courses (30 Credits)
MENG Program Required Courses:
Environmental Engineering Concentration Electives: (choose 6 courses)
Your Plan of Study is determined by your catalog year. Please use your Advisement Report or Academic Requirements Report in StudentAdmin to determine your catalog year.
For additional information and registration, visit https://advancededucation.engineering.uconn.edu/credit-programs/master-of-engineering/concentration-environmental-engineering/