Environmental Engineering Graduate Certificate Program

This certificate program is particularly appropriate for individuals interested in the areas of hazardous waste remediation and water/wastewater treatment. To obtain the certificate, the student must complete a total of four courses, including three required courses and one elective course.
 

Course Program

Hazardous Waste Remediation:
Principles of Environmental Engineering (CE 6503)
Water and Wastewater Treatment Processes (CE 6504)
Introduction to Hazardous Wastes (CE 6509)
One Elective Course

Advanced Technologies in Environmental Engineering:
Principles of Environmental Engineering (CE 6503)
Water and Wastewater Treatment Processes (CE 6504)
Special Topics: Environmental Application and Implications of Nanotechnology (CE 6800)
One Elective Course

Engineering Design and Impact Assessment:
Principles of Environmental Engineering (CE 6503)
Water and Wastewater Treatment Processes (CE 6504)
Environmental Impact Assessment (CE 6505)
One Elective Course
 

List of Elective Courses:

Environmental Chemistry (CE 6501)
Advanced Sanitary Engineering Design (CE 6501)
Principles of Environmental Engineering (CE 6503)
Water and Wastewater Treatment Processes (CE 6504)

For information on the program’s admissions requirements and contact information, please visit the GW Graduate and Professional Programs site.