Dr. Andria Costello Staniec, 151 Link Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org, 315-443-2311
Dr. Cliff I. Davidson, 151 Link Hall, email@example.com, 315-443-2311
David G. Chandler, Ruth Chen, Andria Costello Staniec, Cliff I. Davidson, Charles T. Driscoll Jr., Chris E. Johnson, Christa Kelleher, Laura J. Steinberg, Svetoslava Todorova, Teng Zeng
The graduate program in environmental engineering at Syracuse has earned a reputation for superior quality. Degree recipients working in government, industry, and education have made important contributions to the profession. The environmental engineering program provides coursework and research opportunities in environmental chemistry, water and wastewater treatment, applied microbiology, hydrology and water resources, sustainability, groundwater remediation, and green infrastructure.
In addition to these focus areas, the students and faculty in environmental engineering engage in interdisciplinary teaching and research, expanding the opportunities available to graduate students. The Department is home to the Center for Environmental Systems Engineering, which serves faculty in environmental, chemical, and mechanical engineering with a shared interest in environmental systems. We also have a collaborative degree program with the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, and we engage in joint teaching with faculty in the Whitman School of Management, and SUNY-ESF. Certificates of Advanced Studies (CAS) programs are available in Environmental Health and Sustainable Enterprise.
- B.S. in an engineering discipline or the equivalent from an accredited institution. Candidates with undergraduate degrees in another field must have their programs evaluated to determine if additional undergraduate courses are to be included in their program of study.
- At least a 3.0 in a 4.0 rating system or equivalent in the B.S. program coursework.
- Satisfactory scores on all required graduate entrance examinations. A TOEFL score of 80 or higher is required for international students.
- Departmental approval.