Graduate Student Resources

Environmental engineers apply science and engineering principles to develop solutions to protect human health and welfare and minimize the adverse effects of human activities on the environment.

Water resources engineering has its roots in the tasks of supplying water for human use, removing water when humans are finished using it and developing methods of avoiding damage from excess water (floods).

Coastal engineering is the application of basic engineering principles to the analysis, design, construction and management of systems that operate in the coastal environment. It is a hybrid technical area utilizing techniques from many branches of engineering.

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Our knowledgeable graduate advisors and faculty can provide a wealth of information to help you through the graduate degree process including ensuring all policies and procedures, academic progress and sanctions, technical requirements, prerequisites and other related issues are properly addressed.

Research in Environmental, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering focuses on creating safe systems that benefit human and ecosystem health and well being.