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Current research activities encompass physical/chemical/biological wastewater treatment, hazardous waste treatment, drinking water treatment, groundwater and soil remediation, and indoor air pollution control. While the program is tailored to the individual, it provides students with a strong background in fundamental chemical, biological, physical and environmental systems. Research and laboratory work is conducted in the Environmental Research Center (ERC) on the Missouri S&T campus. The ERC has state-of-the-art instrumentation to conduct a wide range of environmental analyses. Interdisciplinary environmental research efforts with industry and faculty at other institutions are numerous.
Visit the Funding and Research Interests tab to identify a faculty member with similar research interests.
|Application Deadlines||Domestic Students||International Students*|
|Fall Semester||July 15||June 15*|
|Spring Semester||December 15||November 15*|
|Summer Semester||May 1||April 1*|
* Application deadline for International Students is set one month prior.
Additional time allows for department paperwork, deliberation, campus routing, etc.
Please note that the minimum standards of the Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering may exceed general university requirements. In case of discrepancies, departmental requirements supersede all others.
Required of ALL students:
International students must also submit:
Send ALL required documents to:
Missouri University of Science and Technology
106 Parker Hall, 300 W. 13th Street
Rolla, MO 65409-0370
Most of the financial support available for graduate students is associated with specific research projects and is dependent upon the availability of grants from individual faculty members.
Below is a list of environmental engineering faculty members. Their name links to a faculty profile page that contains their credentials and research interests.
Graduate Teaching Assistantships (TAs) will be considered, but not guaranteed, after completion of first academic semester on campus.