The Division of Environmental and Ecological Engineering (EEE) at Purdue is planning to launch a EEE graduate program for both MS and PhD candidates. The first students will enter the program in the Fall of 2015. Questions on this degree program should be addressed to EEE’s Administrative Director, Nina Robinson.
Students entering graduate school before Fall of 2015 may be interested in participating in the research of EEE faculty. Graduate research at Purdue can be interdisciplinary; EEE can assist environmentally-interested students with finding appropriate faculty advisors in several other Schools of Engineering as well.
There are several other programs at Purdue for students interested in Environmental and/or Ecological Engineering. Other graduate programs related to Environmental and Ecological Engineering that may interest graduate school candidates include:
- The Ecological Science and Engineering Interdisciplinary Graduate Program (ESE-IGP), which is administered through the Center for the Environment serves students with diverse disciplinary perspectives. Students entering the ESE program may seek the Masters of Science (MS), Masters of Science in Engineering (MSE), or Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees, in the same school/department as their major adviser. Prospective students should contact the ESE-IGP program directly, or contact individual affiliated faculty with whom they are interested in conducting research.
- The School of Civil Engineering offers an MS degree in Civil Engineering with an Area of Concentration in Environmental Engineering. Prospective students can learn more about the program on the CE website or contact the Graduate Program Administrator in CE directly.
- The Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering offers graduate degrees in ABE with several environment-related areas of specialization, including Agricultural and Biological Engineering or Ecological Sciences and Engineering.