Master of Science in Water Resources and Environmental Engineering
- MSWREE enrollment: 30
- Avg. student age: 28
- 58% attend part-time—earn your degree in three years by taking one course a semester
- Full time students—2–3 classes/semester—can finish the program in 2 years.
- Most courses are available online through our E-Learning program, providing flexibility and convenience for working professionals
Learn it Today; Apply it Tomorrow
Villanova's Master of Science in Water Resources and Environmental Engineering (MSWREE) program presents an engineering view of these fields, although students with science backgrounds constitute a significant portion of the total enrollment. Students may develop an interdisciplinary program that includes geotechnical engineering courses.
The MSWREE is nationally-recognized for its:
- Cutting edge research and collaborative opportunities in the Villanova Center for the Advancement of Sustainability in Engineering (VCASE), the Villanova Urban Stormwater Partnership (VUSP), and the campus's Green Infrastructure Stormwater Research Park.
- Distinguished leadership including VCASE and VUSP director Dr. Robert Traver, a sought-after stormwater expert and president of the American Academy of Water Resources Engineers; and Dr. Metin Duran, a nationally recognized environmental engineering expert in wastewater treatment and microbial water quality.
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