Master of Applied Science - Environmental System Engineering and Management



University: Memorial University
City : St. John's, Canada
Country : Canada
Duration : 2 Years

Program Overview:

Environmental engineering has become an increasingly important discipline due to complexity and multi-disciplinary nature of the environmental issues dealing with human health and ecosystem protection. To find cost-effective engineering solutions to these complex issues, it is important to acquire broad-based education and professional training in inter-disciplinary fields of physical, chemical and biological principles, resource management and mitigation measures besides in-depth knowledge in environmental engineering. This course-based program will cover a wide range of related topics, such as environmental law and management; human health and ecological risk assessment; remediation technology; treatment processes of drinking water and wastewater; contaminant transport and environmental modeling; environmental sampling; and pollution-control engineering. To apply the concepts learned in the classroom and laboratory environments, students will work in teams on an engineering project for two terms. In order to acquire broad-based knowledge in the field, students will be encouraged to take courses from other disciplines in the university.

The program can be completed on a full- or part-time basis. The duration of the full-time program is normally 1 to 2 years.

Tuition Fee: International - $9,666*

Admission Requirements:

  • Admission is competitive and selective. Applicants must have a minimum second-class four-year undergraduate degree (or the equivalent) in environmental engineering or applied environmental science, civil engineering, chemical engineering, biological engineering, or other relevant area of study from a university of recognized standing.
  • ·       IELTS overall score of 6.5 with no band below than 6.0

Program Intake: Fall & Winter each year.

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