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Engineering (M.S.E.) 2020-2021 Catalog Year

U.A. Whitaker College of Engineering

Department of Environmental and Civil Engineering
Website: https://www.fgcu.edu/eng/mse/
Concentrations
  • Sustainable Water Engineering Concentration
  • Renewable Energy Engineering Concentration
  • Construction Concentration
Progression and Additional Graduation Requirements
  • Complete a minimum of 30 credit hours.
  • Satisfactorily complete the appropriate Plan of Study. A Plan of Study is a set of courses and a thesis or elective courses chosen and completed in a sequence that meets the needs and interests of the individual student and the degree requirements and other stipulations of the University and the College of Engineering. Prior to or immediately upon admission to the program, students should discuss their options with the graduate advisor. The Plan of Study must be approved no later than the end of the student's first semester in the program, regardless of credits earned. 
  • Earn a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher for all courses in the approved Plan of Study.
  • Maintain minimum 3.0 cumulative grade point average on a 4.0 scale throughout the program (see the Probation/Dismissal section of the Graduate Student Guidebook).
  • Earn a grade of B minus (B-) or better in each course.  A grade of B is considered better than B-.
  • Satisfy all degree requirements within 7 years from the time of admission to the program.
  • Comply with University graduate policies and regulations.
  • Satisfy the University's graduate degree requirements.
  • Each student completing a thesis must have a graduate committee composed of a minimum of 3 individuals with at least 2 from approved engineering faculy.
Program Requirements
  1. Required Courses (9 credits)
    Minimum grade of B- in each course
    EGN 6430 Advanced Engineering Analysis (3)
    EGN 6457 Research Methods (3)
    EGS 6626 Engineering Project Management (3)

  2. Complete one of the following options (thesis or non-thesis).  All courses must be selected in consultation with the program advisor. (9 credits)
    Minimum grade of B- in each course.


    Thesis Option
    EGN 6971 Thesis 1 (3)
    EGN 6973 Thesis 2 (3)
    Complete 3 credits from restricted electives list*

    Non-Thesis Option
    Complete 9 Credits from restricted electives list*

    Restricted Electives*
    BCN 6705 Construction Management (3)
    BCN 6748 Construction Law (3)
    CWR 6246 Urban Water Modeling (3)
    CWR 6537 Contaminant Transport (3)
    CWR 6637 Storm Water Mgmt. and Modeling (3)
    EEL 6272 Smart Power Grids (3)
    EEL 6285 Sustainable Energy Sources (3)
    EEL 6218 Energy Conversion Applications (3)
    EGN 5932C Special Topics Engineering (3)
    EGN 6345 Introduction to Energy Systems (3)
    EGN 6730 Renewable Sustainable Systems (3)
    EGN 6941 Project (3)
    ENV 6027 Bioremediation (3)
    ENV 6516 Sustainable Water Quality Engr (3)
    ETP 6515 Biofuels (3)

  3. Concentration (12 credits)
    Select one of the following concentrations in consultation with the program advisor.  Minimum grade of B- in each course.

    Sustainable Water Engineering Concentration
    CWR 6532 Urban Water Modeling (3)
    CWR 6537 Containment Transport (3)
    CWR 6637 Storm Water Mgmt. & Modeling (3)
    ENV 6516 Sustainable Water Quality Engr (3)

    Renewable Energy Engineering Concentration
    EGN 6345 Introduction to Energy Systems (3)
    EEL 6272 Smart Power Grids (3)
    EEL 6285 Sustainable Energy Sources (3)
    EEL 6935 Energy Conversion Applications (3) 

    Construction Concentration
    BCN 6618 Comprehensive Estimating (3)
    BCN 6722 Advanced Planning and Control (3)
    BCN 6755 Advanced Construction Finance (3)
    BCN 6874 Equipment and Methods (3)

    Courses used to fulfill requirements in the Restriced Electives cannot also be used to fulfill requirements in the Concentration.

TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED: 30

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