For Graduation and Enrollment Data, please go to the CES Current Students Page. Available here.
The educational objectives of the EHP are for its alumni to demonstrate the following within 3 to 5 years post graduation:
EES 8020 Environmental Engineering Principles
EES 8430 Environmental Engineering Chemistry
EES 8510 Biological Principles of Environmental Engineering
EES 6100 Environmental Radiation Protection
EES 6110 Ionizing Radiation Detection and Measurement
EES 8120 Environmental Nuclear Engr. (Radioactive Waste Mgt.)
EES 8800 Environmental Risk Assessment
EES 6300 Air Pollution Engineering
EES 6850 Hazardous Waste Management
EES 8030 Physicochemical Operations I
EES 8130 Environmental Radiation Protection Laboratory 3 (1,6)
EES 8320 Air Pollution Meteorology
EES 8330 Air Pollution Control Systems
EES 8420 Actinide Chemistry
EES 8440 Environmental Engineering Chemistry Laboratory I
EES 8450 Environmental Engineering Chemistry II
EES 8550 Surface and Subsurface Transport
EXST 8010 Statistical Methods
EXST 8040 Sampling
ME 6200 Energy Sources and Their Utilization
MTHS 6340 Advanced Engineering Mathematics
MTHS 8050 Data Analysis
Other courses on appropriate subjects may be substituted upon approval of the student’s Advisory Committee.
Any student with an engineering or science undergraduate degree who is accepted by the EE&S Department and the Graduate School may pursue the M.S. or M.Engr. degree. Only individuals holding a bachelor's degree from an ABET-accredited engineering program (or its equivalent) may pursue the M.Engr. degree, provided their academic credentials are acceptable. Of the students that are pursuing a Masters degree, most will pursue a M.S. degree with select students who are engineers desiring to specialize in process engineering enrolling in the M.Engr. degree program.
For admission to the M.S. program, an applicant should have a grade point ratio/average (GPR/GPA) of at least 3.0 out of 4.0. Scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) for students who were accepted and actually entered the program for the past two years are shown in the table below.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Georgia Institute of Technology
Savannah River National Laboratory
Electric Power Research Institute