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University of Cincinnati Graduate School: Environmental Engineering/Environmental Science

Kelley496OSUKelley496OSU Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
My undergrad was in Environmental Science at Ohio State and involved Chemistry, O-Chem, up to Calculus 2,Biology. 2 physics courses etc.

I was recently accepted at UC for my MS in environmental science in the college of engineering and applied science! I am getting almost all of it paid for by the school! However, I was thinking about asking how many additional classes I would have to take to end up with the EE MS degree?

I was just wondering if anybody out there was ever in the same situation? Or could offer any advice?

Thanks in advance

Replies to: University of Cincinnati Graduate School: Environmental Engineering/Environmental Science

  • Kelley496OSUKelley496OSU Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
  • Miles PerraraMiles Perrara Registered User Posts: 162 Junior Member
    Many years ago, entered a MS/PhD program in environmental engineering science starting from a BS in chemistry (with several years of work in between). Had to take some math (sr / grad level) and some engineering courses, such as transport phenomena, air pollution engineering, and I forget what else. You need to contact the department to see what they require and whether or not you can complete it in a timely manner.
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