Ph.D. in Environmental Science and Engineering (Interdisciplinary)
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The University of Texas at El Paso presents both an extraordinary setting and excellent capabilities for the multi-disciplinary doctoral program in Environmental Science and Engineering. Located on the U.S.-Mexico border and one of the most environmentally-impacted areas of North America, UTEP has established itself as a center of environmental research and development activity, with support from the EPA, the NSF, the Department of Energy, private foundations, and state agencies. With support and coordination from the Center for Environmental Resource Management (CERM), faculty and students from several departments conduct research often in collaboration with local agencies and national laboratories. With the implementation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the establishment of a new EPA regional office in El Paso and of the joint U.S. and Mexico Border Environmental Cooperation Commission (BECC) in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, and UTEP's already established base of collaborations with Mexico on environmental problems, UTEP and El Paso have become an internationally recognized source of cutting-edge research, technology, and education. The newly established Center for Inland Desalination Systems also works closely with this program.
Admission Requirements
Students with a Bachelors or graduate (Masters or above) degree in a discipline related to environmental science and engineering are eligible to apply to the ESE doctoral program. In addition to Graduate School requirements, students are expected to have superior academic records (cumulative GPA > 3.5/4.0). For students from countries where English is not the principal language, a minimum TOEFL score of 550 is required. Students must submit at least two letters of reference from individuals qualified to judge their capability to do doctoral-level work. A statement of purpose outlining the students research interests, motivations for joining the ESE program, and how participation in the ESE program will benefit the student’s mid to long term career goals is also required. Applicants will be notified of their admission status by the Graduate School.
Degree Requirements
Specific course requirements for each student will be determined by the student's Doctoral Advisory Committee. However, each student must complete at least a total of 60 hours beyond the undergraduate degree and 36 hours beyond the master's degree. With departmental approval, students entering the program with a master’s degree can transfer up to 24 semester hours of graduate coursework as advanced standing toward their PhD degree. For masters students, the sum of i) transferred hours (up to 24hrs), and ii) hours taken whilst enrolled in the ESE program (at least 36hrs) must equal or exceed a total of 60 hours. At least 30 hours of organized coursework are required within the 60 hours counted towards completion of the doctoral degree. Organized coursework must include certain ESE core courses, including ESE 6306 and ESE 6307 Interdisciplin Envir Prob Solv . The balance of the required 30 semester hours of organized coursework will be fulfilled by a selection of elective courses. Enrollment of the candidate in research and dissertation courses will complete the remainder of the 60 semester hours.
Prior to taking ESE core courses, all students are generally expected to have had the equivalent of basic courses in biology, chemistry, physical geology, and calculus, including differential equations. All full- time students are required to enroll in ESE 6107 during the fall and spring semesters. All students must complete a minimum of two (2) hours of ESE 6107. A maximum of six (6) hours of ESE 6107 will count towards fulfilling the requirements of the degree.
Note: All degree requirements must be completed within eight years.
Students are required to pass a qualifying examination based on material from the ESE core courses and any leveling courses they might have taken during the first two semesters of residence. Students are eligible to sit for the qualifying examination a maximum of two times.
All of the core classes are required and the student must obtain a grade of B or better in each of the core courses.
Students are encouraged to begin research germane to their dissertation topic early in the course of study. The student must identify a dissertation supervisor during the first two semesters of full-time or part-time participation in the ESE program. Within this same period, a Doctoral Committee must be formed, a dissertation proposal prepared for review and approval by the student’s committee, and an abstract of the proposal distributed to the ESE faculty for comment. Students will not be allowed to register for additional coursework until these requirements have been met.
Prior to enrolling in the dissertation courses, each student will take a comprehensive examination administered by the student’s Doctoral Advisory Committee. The examination can be written, oral, or both. Students are eligible to sit for the comprehensive exam a maximum of two times.
The dissertation must demonstrate the ability to perform independent research and the competence for scholarly exposition. It should present original investigation at an advanced level of a significant problem in Environmental Science and Engineering and should provide the basis for a publishable contribution to the research literature in the field. Students should enroll in ESE 6398 during the first term of dissertation work and ESE 6399 each term thereafter. Each doctoral candidate must successfully defend the dissertation before the Doctoral Advisory Committee.
A copy of the dissertation in PDF or Word electronic format must be submitted to the Graduate School for format check prior to the scheduled defense date. The dissertation, including an abstract not to exceed 350 words, must be prepared according to the Graduate School’s thesis and dissertation guidelines available at the Graduate School Web site. The student will receive email confirmation from the Graduate School after the format has been approved. The final Graduate School approved dissertation must be submitted to the Graduate School in PDF electronic format by the deadline as published in the Class Schedule along with a hard copy of the signature page with original signatures of the dissertation committee members. Information on submission procedures can be found on the Graduate School website. The signature page must be included in the PDF file but it should not be signed.
Curriculum
Semester-Hour Requirements
Code | Title | Hours |
---|---|---|
Foundation/Leveling Courses | As needed | |
ESE Core Course | 18 | |
Environmental Project | 6 | |
Elective Courses ^{*} | 6-12 | |
Research | 18-24 | |
Dissertation | 6 | |
Total Hours | 54-66 |
* | Can include six (6) hours of ESE 6107 and additional core courses, if approved by the student’s Doctoral Advisory Committee. |
Code | Title | Hours |
---|---|---|
Core Courses | ||
ESE 6107 | ||
ESE 6301 | Environmental Law and Policy | 3 |
ESE 6303 | ||
ESE 6402 | Environmental Chemistry | 4 |
ESE 6404 | ||
ESE 6405 | ||
Environmental Projects | ||
ESE 6306 | 3 | |
ESE 6307 | Interdisciplin Envir Prob Solv | 3 |
Elective Courses | ||
Select two to four elective courses with the approval of the graduate coordinator. | 6-12 | |
Research and Dissertation | ||
ESE 6396 | Doctoral Research | 3 |
ESE 6398 | Dissertation | 3 |
ESE 6399 | Dissertation | 3 |
Note: All students will take elective courses to fulfill the 60 semester-credit-hour requirement for this doctoral degree program. Only elective classes approved by the student’s committee qualify for this requirement.
Energy Science and Engineering Track
Code | Title | Hours |
---|---|---|
Core Courses | ||
Select six of the following courses, including at least four from the Energy Engineering block: | ||
ESE 6107 | ||
ESE 6301 | Environmental Law and Policy | 3 |
ESE 6303 | ||
ESE 6402 | Environmental Chemistry | 4 |
ESE 6404 | ||
ESE 6405 | ||
Energy Science and Engineering Track-Specific Core Courses | ||
ESE 6312 | ||
ESE 6314 | ||
ESE 6316 | ||
ESE 6318 | ||
ESE 6320 | Adv Topics in Energy Engr | 3 |
Environment Projects | ||
ESE 6306 | ||
ESE 6307 | Interdisciplin Envir Prob Solv | 3 |
Elective Courses | ||
Select two to four of the following courses, or suitable alternatives, with approval of the graduate coordinator. | 6-12 | |
MECH 5328 | Fracture Mechanics | 3 |
ESE 6396 | Doctoral Research | 3 |
Research and Dissertation | ||
ESE 6396 | Doctoral Research | 3 |
ESE 6398 | Dissertation | 3 |
ESE 6399 | Dissertation | 3 |
Note: All students will take elective courses to fulfill the 60 semester-credit-hour requirement for this doctoral degree program. Only elective classes approved by the student’s committee qualify for this requirement. The list below is only a sample of course offerings.
Degree Plan
Ph.D. in Environmental Science
Required Credits: 60
Code | Title | Hours |
---|---|---|
PhD in Environmental Science & Engineering Core (All courses require a grade of B or better) | ||
Required Courses: | ||
ESE 6301 | Environmental Law and Policy | 3 |
ESE 6303 | 3 | |
ESE 6306 | 3 | |
ESE 6307 | Interdisciplin Envir Prob Solv | 3 |
ESE 6402 | Environmental Chemistry | 4 |
ESE 6404 | 4 | |
ESE 6405 | 4 | |
PhD in Environmental Science & Engineering Major (All courses require a grade of C or better) | ||
Graduate Seminar: | ||
ESE 6107 | (Complete two semesters) | 2 |
Elective Courses: | ||
Select ten hours from the following: | 10 | |
Select Adv Topics Biol Science | ||
Resrch Biological Science | ||
BIOL 5307 | ||
Rsrch Funding & Prof Developmt | ||
Biogeography | ||
Biosystematics | ||
Advances/Evolutionary Theory | ||
BIOL 5323 | ||
Advances Immunological Concept | ||
Advances in Ecological Theory | ||
Physiology of Bacterial Cell | ||
Structure/Funct Macromolecules | ||
BIOL 5342 | ||
BIOL 5343 | ||
Molecular Pathogenesis | ||
BIOL 5346 | ||
BIOL 5353 | ||
Limnology | ||
Thesis | ||
Thesis | ||
Basic Principles of Toxicology | ||
Gene Regulation | ||
Physiological Regulatory Mech | ||
Cell Physiology | ||
BIOL 6306 | ||
Rsrch Funding & Prof Developmt | ||
Adv Research Techniques | ||
Biodiversity | ||
Molecular Parasitology | ||
Independent Research | ||
Dissertation | ||
Dissertation | ||
Individual Studies | ||
CE 5194 | ||
Individual Studies | ||
CE 5294 | ||
Grndwtr Hydro & Polltn | ||
CE 5303 | ||
Adv Design of Struct Systms | ||
Advanced Structural Analysis | ||
Finite Element Method (3-0) | ||
Risk/Reliability Anal-Engr Sys | ||
CE 5311 | ||
Environmental Processes | ||
Water Reclamation & Reuse | ||
Stats Methods for Civil Eng | ||
Bridge Engineering | ||
CE 5319 | ||
Advanced Geotechnical Eng. | ||
CE 5322 | ||
Prestressed Concrete | ||
Construction Management | ||
Design for Dynamic Loads | ||
Air Pollution Control | ||
CE 5329 | ||
Methods Engineering Computatio | ||
CE 5333 | ||
Surface Water Hydrology | ||
Hydraulic Computer Application | ||
Biol Unit Operations/Processes | ||
Adv Phy-Chem Water Treat | ||
Design-Filtrat'n/Membrane Proc | ||
Mech Pavement Design/Analysis | ||
Foundation Design II | ||
Geotech. Site Investigation | ||
Advanced Civil Eng. Materials | ||
Sustainable Engr Design | ||
Structural Loads Models | ||
Traffic Engineering | ||
Foundation Design I | ||
Highway Geometric Design | ||
Traffic Flow/Simulat Modeling | ||
Urban Transportation Planning | ||
CE 5363 | ||
CE 5364 | ||
Infrastrct Syst Design & Eval | ||
Construction Dispute Resolutn | ||
CE 5374 | ||
Adv Constr Cost Analysis & Bid | ||
CE 5383 | ||
CE 5384 | ||
Construction Internship | ||
Adv Construction Law & Ethics | ||
Adv Construction Scheduling | ||
Advanced Construction Safety | ||
Adv Constr Methods & Materials | ||
Special Topics Civil Engr | ||
Individual Studies | ||
Earth Construction | ||
CE 5393 | ||
Graduate Research | ||
Construction Claims | ||
Graduate Projects | ||
Graduate Projects | ||
Thesis | ||
Thesis | ||
Environmental Eng Chemistry | ||
CE 5494 | ||
Graduate Research | ||
Civil Engineering Seminar | ||
Doctoral Research | ||
Infrastructure Management | ||
Engineering Analysis (3-0) | ||
Infrastructure Engineering | ||
Water Resources Mgmt | ||
CE 6314 | ||
CE 6315 | ||
CE 6316 | ||
Mod Methods/Engr Computation | ||
Doctoral Research | ||
Dissertation | ||
Dissertation | ||
Graduate Seminar | ||
Graduate Research in Chemistry | ||
Modern General Chemistry | ||
Advanced Analytical Chemistry | ||
Contem Topics Analytical Chem | ||
Advanced Organic Chemistry I | ||
Advanced Organic Chemistry II | ||
Contem Topics Organic Chemistr | ||
Contemp Topics in Biochemistry | ||
Anal./Model of Bio Structures | ||
Advanced Physical Chemistry I | ||
Advanced Physical Chemistry II | ||
Contemp Topics Physical Chem | ||
Advanced Inorganic Chemistry | ||
Contemp Topics Inorganic Chem | ||
Graduate Research in Chemistry | ||
Thesis | ||
Thesis | ||
Graduate Seminar | ||
Graduate Research in Chemistry | ||
Teaching Practicum - Chemistry | ||
Advanced Analytical Chemistry | ||
Contemp Topics in Analyt Chem | ||
Advanced Organic Chemistry I | ||
Advanced Organic Chemistry II | ||
Contemp Topics in Organic Chem | ||
Advanced Biochemistry | ||
Contemp Topics in Biochemistry | ||
Adv Physical Chemistry I | ||
Advanced Physical Chemistry II | ||
Contemp Topics in Phys Chem | ||
Advanced Inorganic Chemistry | ||
Contemp Topics Inorganic Chem | ||
Graduate Research in Chemistry | ||
Dissertation | ||
Dissertation | ||
Logical Foundations of CS | ||
Computer Networks | ||
Artificial Intelligence I | ||
Theory of Computation | ||
Human-Computer Interaction | ||
Topics in Language Processing | ||
CS 5322 | ||
Parallel & Concurrent Program | ||
Secure Web-Based Systems | ||
Advanced Operating Systems | ||
Advanced Computer Architecture | ||
Advanced Algorithms | ||
Interval Computations | ||
Computer Security | ||
CS 5353 | ||
Topics/Intelligent Computing | ||
CS 5370 | ||
Software Safety & Risk Anlysis | ||
Spec. & Desgn of Real-Time Sys | ||
Graduate Student Internship | ||
Software Construction | ||
Software Reverse Engineering | ||
Comp. Dec Making & Risk Anal | ||
Cyber-Sec for Critical Op Tech | ||
CS 5380 | ||
Topics in Software Engineering | ||
Model-Based Software Devlpmnt | ||
CS 5383 | ||
Software Requirements Engr | ||
Software Architecture & Design | ||
Software Integration and V&V | ||
Software Project Management | ||
Software Engineering Practicum | ||
Special Topic Computer Science | ||
Individual Studies | ||
Graduate Research Methods | ||
Graduate Research | ||
Graduate Projects | ||
Graduate Projects | ||
Master's Thesis | ||
Master's Thesis | ||
Graduate Research | ||
Doctoral Research | ||
Doctoral Research | ||
Logical Foundations of CS | ||
Theory of Computation | ||
Adv Computer Architecture | ||
Advanced Algorithms | ||
Special Topics | ||
Individual Studies | ||
Graduate Research Methods | ||
Doctoral Research | ||
Dissertation | ||
Dissertation | ||
Doctoral Research | ||
Laboratory for EE 5318 | ||
Individual Studies | ||
EE 5192 | ||
EE 5194 | ||
EE 5197 | ||
EE 5291 | ||
EE 5294 | ||
Probability & Random Processes | ||
Computational Methods for EE | ||
Linear Systems Analysis | ||
Antenna Theory | ||
Semiconductor Device Physics | ||
EE 5312 | ||
Modern Semiconductor Devices | ||
Electronic Material Processing | ||
Nanoelectronics | ||
EE 5321 | ||
Adv Digital Communications | ||
Statistical Detection/Estimate | ||
Telemedicine & Imaging Informa | ||
BME Dev Design & Regulation | ||
Data Communications | ||
EE 5332 | ||
Data Compression | ||
Adv Fiber Optic Communications | ||
Systems Engineering Fundamtls | ||
Systems Engineering Mgmt | ||
Requirements Engineering | ||
Integratn, Verifictn, Validatn | ||
Practicum in Elect & Comp Eng | ||
EE 5351 | ||
Med Diag & Theraptc Instrmtn | ||
Biomed Signal & Image Process | ||
EE 5354 | ||
EE 5355 | ||
Biomechatronics | ||
Computer Vision | ||
Fuzzy Logic & Engineering | ||
CMOS Digital Circuit Design | ||
Operating Systems | ||
Digital Signal Processing | ||
Image Processing | ||
EE 5374 | ||
EE 5375 | ||
Computer Architecture I | ||
EE 5377 | ||
Advanced VLSI Design | ||
Network Protocols | ||
Energy Sustainability | ||
Smart Grid Fundamentals | ||
Control of Electric Power | ||
High Frequency Power Converter | ||
Power System Operations | ||
Radar Signal Processing | ||
Special Topics Electrical Engr | ||
Individual Studies | ||
Research Methods | ||
Graduate Research | ||
Graduate Projects | ||
Graduate Projects | ||
Thesis | ||
Thesis | ||
EE 5494 | ||
EE 5594 | ||
EE 5694 | ||
EE 6192 | ||
EE 6193 | ||
Graduate Research | ||
Doctoral Seminar | ||
EE 6197 | ||
Graduate Research | ||
EE 6311 | ||
EE 6313 | ||
EE 6321 | ||
EE 6325 | ||
EE 6326 | ||
EE 6351 | ||
EE 6352 | ||
EE 6357 | ||
Special Topics | ||
Individual Studies | ||
Research Methods | ||
Graduate Research | ||
Dissertation | ||
Dissertation | ||
EE 6494 | ||
Graduate Research | ||
Graduate Research | ||
Graduate Seminar | ||
Arid Lands | ||
Climate Science | ||
Topics in Environmental Sci. | ||
Thesis Research I | ||
Thesis Research II (0-0-3) | ||
ESCI 5401 | ||
ESCI 5402 | ||
ESCI 5403 | ||
ESE 6107 | ||
ESE 6303 | ||
ESE 6306 | ||
Interdisciplin Envir Prob Solv | ||
ESE 6308 | ||
ESE 6312 | ||
ESE 6314 | ||
ESE 6316 | ||
ESE 6318 | ||
Adv Topics in Energy Engr | ||
Graduate Seminar | ||
GEOL 5102 | ||
Selected Topics in Geol Scien | ||
Directed Study in Geology | ||
Selected Topics in Geol Scienc | ||
Directed Study in Geology | ||
Graduate Research in Geol Sci | ||
Computer Appl in Earth Sci | ||
Earth Structure | ||
Earth Materials | ||
GEOL 5306 | ||
GEOL 5307 | ||
Planetary Geology | ||
Mineral Resrcs, Econ & Environ | ||
Intro Entrepreneurial Geosci | ||
GEOL 5311 | ||
Selected Topics-Geological Sci | ||
Hydrogeology | ||
Petroleum Geology | ||
Environmental Tracers in Water | ||
Isotope Geology | ||
Advanced Petrology | ||
GEOL 5345 | ||
GEOL 5348 | ||
Directed Study in Geology | ||
Sandstone Petrography | ||
Sedimentary Depositional Envir | ||
Basin Analysis | ||
Quantit Techniq Geological Sci | ||
Low Temperature Geochemistry | ||
Global Biochemical Cycles | ||
GEOL 5379 | ||
Paleoclimatology | ||
GEOL 5384 | ||
GEOL 5387 | ||
Graduate Research in Geol Sci | ||
GEOL 5392 | ||
Geol/Mineral Resources Mexico | ||
Thesis | ||
Thesis | ||
Fundamentals of Earth Science | ||
Fundmtls/Fld Meth in Earth Sci | ||
Directed Study in Geology | ||
Adv Topics in Geological Scien | ||
Directed Study in Geology | ||
Doctoral Research in Geol Sci | ||
Directed Study in Geology | ||
Adv Topics in Geological Scien | ||
Dissertation | ||
Dissertation | ||
GEOL 6323 | ||
GEOL 6325 | ||
Sandstone Petrography | ||
Carbonate Petrogrph & Dep. Env | ||
Sedimentary Depositional Env | ||
Sequence Stratigraphy | ||
Hydrogeology | ||
Environmental Tracers in Water | ||
GEOL 6344 | ||
GEOL 6360 | ||
Doctoral Research in Geol Sci | ||
Directed Study in Geophysics | ||
Directed Study in Geophysics | ||
Atmospheric Processes | ||
Digital Image Processing | ||
Geophysical Inverse Theory | ||
Reflection Seismic Data Proces | ||
Seismology | ||
Topics in Geophysics | ||
Well Logging | ||
Plate Tectonics | ||
GEOP 5362 | ||
Directed Study in Geophysics | ||
GEOP 5364 | ||
Geop App-Digital Signal Proces | ||
Directed Study in Geophysics | ||
Directed Study in Geophysics | ||
Directed Study in Geophysics | ||
Advanced Seismology | ||
Advanced Seismic Methods | ||
GEOP 6360 | ||
Graduate Seminar | ||
IE 5291 | ||
IE 5316 | ||
IE 5330 | ||
IE 5332 | ||
Adv Production/Inven Control | ||
Linear and Combin Optimiz Meth | ||
Design/Analysis Indust Exprmnt | ||
IE 5354 | ||
Computer Simulation Appli | ||
IE 5377 | ||
Advanced Quality Control | ||
IE 5387 | ||
IE 5389 | ||
Special Topics Industrial Engr | ||
Individual Studies | ||
IE 5394 | ||
IE 5397 | ||
Thesis | ||
Thesis | ||
IMS 5396 | ||
IMS 5397 | ||
Graduate Seminar | ||
MATH 5310 | ||
Topics in Applied Mathematics | ||
MATH 5314 | ||
MATH 5315 | ||
Principles of Analysis | ||
Principles of Algebra | ||
Numerical Analysis | ||
Comp Methods of Linear Algebra | ||
Real Variables | ||
MATH 5335 | ||
General Topology | ||
Numer Solution Part Diff Equat | ||
Numerical Optimization | ||
MATH 5346 | ||
Complex Variables | ||
Special Topics | ||
Mathematical Statistics I | ||
Mathematical Statistics II | ||
Statistics in Research | ||
Multivariate Data Analysis | ||
Time Series Analysis | ||
Statistical Computing | ||
Graduate Research | ||
Thesis | ||
Thesis | ||
MATH 6311 | ||
Topics in Optimization | ||
MECH 5194 | ||
MECH 5195 | ||
Mathl Methods for Mech Eng | ||
Solid Mechanics I | ||
Heat Transfer I | ||
MECH 5304 | ||
Comp. Fluid Dynamics | ||
Fluid Dynamics | ||
MECH 5308 | ||
MECH 5309 | ||
Thermodynamics | ||
Adv Finite Element Analysis | ||
Solid Mechanics II | ||
Mech of Composite Materials | ||
Analytical Dynamics | ||
Space Systems Design | ||
Aerospace Propulsion | ||
MECH 5336 | ||
Aero Dynamics and Controls | ||
Special Topics Mechanical Engr | ||
Individual Studies | ||
MECH 5394 | ||
Graduate Projects | ||
Graduate Projects | ||
Thesis | ||
Thesis | ||
MECH 5694 | ||
Individual Studies | ||
MME 5192 | ||
MME 5193 | ||
Graduate Research | ||
Graduate Seminar | ||
MME 5197 | ||
Graduate Research | ||
Matls Extraction & Synthesis | ||
Phase Transformations & Micros | ||
Mechanical Behavior of Matrls | ||
MME 5312 | ||
Advanced Matrls & Composites | ||
MME 5325 | ||
MME 5326 | ||
MME 5331 | ||
MME 5333 | ||
Special Topics | ||
Individual Studies | ||
Graduate Research | ||
Graduate Projects | ||
Graduate Projects | ||
Thesis | ||
Thesis | ||
Microstruc & Microchem Charac | ||
Adv Concepts in Matls Sci Engr | ||
Graduate Research | ||
Graduate Research | ||
Graduate Research | ||
MME 6192 | ||
Graduate Seminar | ||
Graduate Research in Physics | ||
PHYS 5320 | ||
Mechanics | ||
Mathematical Physics | ||
PHYS 5330 | ||
PHYS 5331 | ||
PHYS 5332 | ||
PHYS 5333 | ||
PHYS 5334 | ||
PHYS 5340 | ||
Electrodynamics | ||
PHYS 5350 | ||
Quantum Mechanics | ||
Advanced Statistical Mechanics | ||
Solid State Physics | ||
Research Problems in Physics | ||
Special Topics in Physics | ||
Graduate Research in Physics | ||
Thesis | ||
Thesis | ||
Graduate Research in Physics | ||
Systems Engr Fundamentals | ||
Systems Engr Management | ||
Systems Requirements Analysis | ||
Sys Intgrtn, Verfctn, & Valdtn | ||
Sys Engr Project Practicum | ||
Systems Architecture & Design | ||
Systems Engr Processes | ||
Systems Modeling & Simulation | ||
Systems Engr Special Topics | ||
Individual Studies | ||
Thesis I | ||
Thesis II | ||
Graduate Seminar | ||
Statistical Programming | ||
Applied Experimental Design | ||
Categorical Data Analysis | ||
Post-Genomic Analysis | ||
Special Topics | ||
Mathematical Statistics I | ||
Mathematical Statistics II | ||
Statistics in Research | ||
Stochastic Processes | ||
Multivariate Data Analysis | ||
STAT 5390 | ||
Time Series Analysis | ||
Statistical Computing | ||
Graduate Research | ||
MS Thesis | ||
MS Thesis | ||
Intro to Statistical Analysis | ||
Introduction to Data Mining | ||
Statistical Data Mining | ||
Doctoral Research: | ||
ESE 6396 | Doctoral Research (Complete six semesters) | 18 |
Thesis: | ||
ESE 6398 & ESE 6399 | Dissertation and Dissertation | 6 |
Total Hours | 60 |
Concentration in Energy Science & Engineering
Required Credits: 60
Code | Title | Hours |
---|---|---|
Energy Science & Engineering Core (All courses require a grade of B or better) | ||
Specific Core Courses: | ||
Select four courses from the following: | 12 | |
ESE 6312 | ||
ESE 6314 | ||
ESE 6316 | ||
ESE 6318 | ||
Adv Topics in Energy Engr | ||
Electives: | ||
Select two courses from the following: | 6 | |
Environmental Law and Policy | ||
ESE 6303 | ||
ESE 6312 | ||
ESE 6314 | ||
ESE 6316 | ||
ESE 6318 | ||
Adv Topics in Energy Engr | ||
Environmental Chemistry | ||
ESE 6404 | ||
ESE 6405 | ||
Energy Science and Engineering (All courses require a grade of C or better) | ||
Env & Energy Projects: | ||
ESE 6306 & ESE 6307 | and Interdisciplin Envir Prob Solv | 6 |
Doctoral Research: | ||
ESE 6396 | Doctoral Research (Complete six semesters) | 18 |
Thesis: | ||
ESE 6398 & ESE 6399 | Dissertation and Dissertation | 6 |
Total Hours | 48 |
1 ESE 6396 Doctoral Research may be substituted up to two times.