M.Eng. in Water Resources Engineering

M.Eng. in Water Resource Engineering

NOTE: It is required that the student, in consultation with the Advisory Committee/ Graduate Coordinator, complete and file a Graduate Degree Program Form in the department, to list all courses to be taken during the student’s program. This is to be submitted no later than the end of the student's second registered semester. Any changes to the list of courses will require approval of the Advisory Committee/ Graduate Coordinator and submission of a revised Graduate Degree Program Form.  

Requirements 

Technical (2.0 credits)

  • Core Technical Courses for Water Resource Engineering (see list A below)

Electives (2.5 credits)

Any combination of the following:
  • Additional Core Technical Courses for Water Resource Engineering (list A, below) 
  • Suggested Electives courses (list B, below)
  • 1.0 credit from the Final Project Course (only if completing project option)
  • Up to 1.5 credit from external graduate courses (i.e. courses offered by other departments or universities)
  • Up to 1.0 credit from senior undergraduate engineering courses
  • Any additional engineering graduate courses (ENGG*6XXX), upon the recommendation of a project advisor/ graduate coordinator.

Core Technical Courses for Water Resource Engineering

  • ENGG*6010 Assessment of Engineering Risk
  • ENGG*6090 Special Topics in Engineering
    • ST: Geochemical Modeling for Eng. App.
    • ST: Green Infrastructure Management 
  • ENGG*6610 Urban Stormwater Management
  • ENGG*6630 Environmental Contaminants: Fate Mechanisms
  • ENGG*6740 Groundwater Modelling
  • ENGG*6790 Special Topics in Environmental Engineering
    • ST: Decentralized Wastewater Treatment
  • ENGG*6800 Deterministic Hydrological Modelling
  • ENGG*6820 Measurement of Water Quantity and Quality
  • ENGG*6840 Open Channel Hydraulics
  • ENGG*6860 Stream and Wetland Restoration Design
  • ENGG*6910 Special Topics in Water Resources Engineering
    • ST: Groundwater Contamination in Fractured Media
    • ST: Non-point Source Pollution
    • ST: Appl River Morphodynamics
    • ST: Groundwater Flow Systems

Suggested Electives

  • ENGG*6020 Advanced Fluid Mechanics
  • ENGG*6090: ST Engineering Leadership
  • ENGG*6090: ST Communication in Engineering
  • ENGG*6090: ST Project Management
  • ENGG*6090: ST Professionalism and Ethics in Engineering
  • ENGG*6140 Optimization Techniques
  • ENGG*6790 ST: Theory and Applications of Turbulence
  • ENGG*6790 ST: Colloids, Interfaces and Emulsions
  • ENGG*6790 ST: Water Process Chemistry
  • ENGG*6910 ST: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
  • ENVS*6280 Soil Physics 
  • ENVS*6360 Soil and Water Chemistry
  • RPD*6310 Environmental Impact Assessment
  • RPD*6320 Water Resource Management