Master of Science (Environmental Engineering)
About the Programme
The Master of Science (Environmental Engineering) programme, or M.Sc.(EVE) in short, is targeted at graduates who are either working, or considering a career, in environmental engineering, and wish to be part of the global effort to incorporate environmental considerations in all human activities. Its curriculum is sufficiently flexible to accommodate students from different science and technology backgrounds as well as provide practicing engineers an opportunity to enhance their technical competence. This programme is also suitable for graduates who wish to build on their prior educational background and professional experience in the field of environmental science and technology, and to acquire new skills for solving advanced environmental engineering problems, thus enabling them to contribute in greater measure to Singapore's push to develop its environmental technology industry. The programme will prepare students to contribute to the environmental protection efforts spearheaded by the countries in the region. In addition, this broad-based educational programme would be of relevant interest to professionals in the government's regulatory and statutory bodies, as well as in institutes of higher learning.
(Applicable for all students with effect from intake January 2010)
The Master of Science (Environmental Engineering), or M.Sc. (EVE) is structured around lectures, continual assessments and end-of-semester examinations. Candidates may opt for part-time or full-time study.
The graduate requirements include obtaining a minimum Cumulative Average Point (CAP) of 3.00 (equivalent to an average grade of B-) for the best 40 Modular Credits (MCs), inclusive of core modules. Of the 40 MCs, all must be at graduate level and at least 30 MCs must be within the subject or in a related discipline, and the remaining credits may be from other disciplines with prior approval by the Head of Civil & Environmental Engineering Department or his nominee.
Students should also note that the final composition of graduate modules proposed by themselves is subject to approval by Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering.
ESE 5001 Environmental Engineering Principles
Select at least 7 Elective Modules below
ESE5002 Environmental Engineering 1 (Physical and Process Principles)
ESE5003 Environmental Engineering 2 (Environmental Chemical Principles)
ESE5201 Combustion Pollution Control
ESE5202 Air Pollution Control Technology
ESE5203 Aerosol Science & Technology
ESE5204 Toxic & Hazardous Waste Management
ESE5205 Sludge and Solid Waste Management
ESE5301 Environmental Biological Principles
ESE5401 Water Quality Management
ESE5402 Industrial Wastewater Control
ESE5403 Water Reclamation & Reuse
ESE5404 Biological Treatment Processes
ESE5405 Water Treatment Processes
ESE5406 Membrane Treatment Process Modeling
ESE5407 Membrane Technology for Water Management
ESE5601 Environmental Risk Assessment
ESE5602 Environmental Management Systems
ESE5607 Green Catalysis
ESE5608 Heavy Metals in the Environment
ESE5901 Environmental Technology
ESE6001 Environmental Fate of Organic Contaminants
ESE6301 Topics in Environmental Biotechnology
ESE6401 Advanced Biological Treatment Processes
ESE6403 Topics in Membrane Purification
Some modules have prerequisites. It is the candidate's responsibility to ensure that the prerequisite requirements, if any, are met.
Admission requires a good bachelor's degree with honours (at least Second Class) or its equivalent from institutions of recognised standing. Although candidates with good first degrees and practical working experience after obtaining their first degrees are admitted, meeting the admission requirements does not guarantee admission.
The programme has 2 intakes per year, January intake and August intake respectively; application period generally opens 6 months prior.
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Period of candidature
Number of modules per semester
Ms Lynn Wong
Tel: (65)651 65827
A/Prof. HE Jianzhong
M.Sc.(Environmental Engineering) Programme Manager
Tel: (65)651 63385
Office of Graduate Programme
Faculty of Engineering
Tel: (65)651 66510, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org