Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

Water Resources Engineering – Master of Engineering (M.E.) Program

Core Courses:

(Choose 2 for at least 6 semester hours)
CIVE 502 Fluid Mechanics
CIVE 514 Hydraulic Structures/Systems (given currently on alternate years)
CIVE 520 Physical Hydrology
CIVE 544 Water Resources Planning and Management

Designated Electives:

(Choose 6 for at least 18 semester hours)
CIVE 413 Environmental River Mechanics
CIVE 423 Groundwater Engineering
CIVE 440 Non-point Source Pollution
CIVE 510 Applied Hydraulic System Design
CIVE 511 Coastal Engineering
CIVE 512 Irrigation Design and Management
CIVE 513 Morphodynamic Modeling
CIVE 519 Irrigation Water Management
CIVE 521 Hydrometry
CIVE 524 Modeling Watershed Hydrology
CIVE 525 Water Engineering: International Development
CIVE 530 Environmental Engineering at the Water-Energy-Health Nexus
CIVE 531 Groundwater Hydrology
CIVE 538 Aqueous Chemistry
CIVE 539 Water and Wastewater Analysis
CIVE 541 Physical Chemical Water Treatment Processes
CIVE 549 Drainage and Wetlands Engineering
CIVE 571 Pipe System Engineering and Hydraulics
CIVE 572 Analysis of Urban Water Systems
CIVE 573 Urban Stormwater Management
CIVE 576 Engineering Applications of GIS and GPS
CIVE 604 Fluid Turbulence and Modeling
CIVE 607 Computational Fluid Dynamics
CIVE 610 Special Topics in Hydraulics
CIVE 612 Open-Channel Flow
CIVE 613 Stream Rehabilitation Design
CIVE 622 Risk Analysis of Water/Environmental Systems
CIVE 625 Quantitative Eco-Hydrology
CIVE 631 Solutions to Groundwater Problems
CIVE 716 Erosion and Sedimentation
CIVE 717 River Mechanics
GEOL 652 Fluvial Geomorphology

Open Electives:

Choose any 6 credit hours approved by Track Coordinator