The CU Boulder College of Engineering and Applied Science is waiving the application fee for PhD applicants who are either:
- a U.S. citizen or permanent resident with an undergraduate GPA of 3.4+ and apply before November 15, 2020. The application fee will automatically be waived for applicants who meet these criteria; no code is required.
- a member of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE). Please contact Meredith Canode prior to submitting your application to have the fee waived.
Our graduate program in environmental engineering focuses on the fundamental and applied understanding of the processes which govern natural and engineered treatment systems and the effects that they have on human and ecosystem health. The program includes 25 primary faculty, and covers topics ranging from ecosystem processes, fate and transport of organic contaminants, alternative energy, air quality, sustainability, and water and waste water treatment. The program offers MS, Professional MS and PhD degrees in Environmental Engineering.
The Environmental Engineering Program particularly encourages applications from students who would broaden the diversity of our graduate community. We know that diversity is essential to academic and workplace success, and we are committed to creating an inclusive and collaborative community. Learn more about the University of Colorado Boulder Diversity Initiative.
Questions about our graduate degrees? Please contact Professor Joseph Ryan