Home > Masters > Environmental Engineering > Halifax > Master of Applied Science in Environmental Engineering - Halifax - Nova Scotia

Master of Applied Science in Environmental Engineering

Speak without obligation to Dalhousie University

To contact you must accept the privacy policy

Comments about Master of Applied Science in Environmental Engineering - At the institution - Halifax - Nova Scotia

  • Entry requirements
    The MASc Program is directed towards engineers and recent graduates wishing to undertake research in environmental engineering and who might wish to advance to a PhD program at some point.
  • Academic Title
    Master of Applied Science in Environmental Engineering
  • Course description

    Academic Requirements

    The minimum requirement for the MASc degree is five half-credit courses plus the thesis. Not more than one senior level undergraduate course may be taken as part of the five course requirement. Candidates may be required to take additional undergraduate courses to upgrade their background.

    • ENVE9001 MASc Thesis
    • ENVE6800 Graduate Seminar in Environmental Engineering

    Four additional courses from any of the groups listed below

    Group A (Energy and the Environment)

    • CHEE4872 Air Pollution Control
    • ECED6150 Power Stations Operations and Control
    • BIOE6240 Biomass Energy
    • BIOE6610 Topics in Applied Solar Energy
    • MECH6340 Energy Management I
    • MECH6341 Energy Management II

    Group B (Soil and Water Quality Management)

    • BIOE6000 Small Watershed Hydrology
    • BIOE6010 Non-Point Source Pollution Control
    • CIVL6101 Coastal Hydraulics
    • CIVL6115 Design of Water Treatment Plants
    • CIVL6117 Water Quality Management
    • CIVL6135 Groundwater Chemical Quality
    • CIVL6141 Modelling of Groundwater Systems
    • CIVL6159 River Engineering
    • CIVL6162 Groundwater and Wells
    • AG546 Special Topics in Soil and Water Management

    Group C (Waste Management, Remediation and Reclamation)

    • MINE6003 Mining and the Environment
    • MINE6010 Solid-Liquid Separation
    • BIOE6200 Waste Handling and Disposal
    • BIOE6210 Advanced Biochemical Engineering
    • BIOE6230 Biological Treatment of Wastes
    • BIOE6240 Biomass Energy
    • CIVL 6116 Biological Waste Treatment
    • CIVL6144 Geotechnical Aspects of Waste Management
    • AG521 Special Topics in Environmental Microbiology

    Group D (Environmental Studies)

    • ENVI5001 Environmental Assessment
    • ENVI5205 Resource and Environmental Law

Other programs related to Environmental Engineering

This site uses cookies. If you continue navigating, the use of cookies is deemed to be accepted. See more  |   X