Inside Look Into MBA/MS in Environmental Engineering
Through our dual-degree master’s programs with the internationally-respected Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering, students develop the business knowledge that will keep them competitive in the challenging field of environmental engineering. The program provides professionals with the skills needed to address a broad array of modern environmental issues and leverage the emerging technology driving environmental protection and remediation—all while applying the principles of smart business for greater impact.
This program is offered through the Whiting School’s Engineering for Professionals program (EP) and the Carey Business School. You have the flexibility to take courses at the two schools simultaneously or sequentially. As a graduate, you’ll receive two degrees, one from each school.
As part of the dual program structure, students will be able to complete both master’s degrees in less time than it would take to complete them as separate programs.
MS in Environmental Engineering Program Requirements
Students will be able to count two EP course equivalents of academic credit from the Carey MBA toward the 10-course EP degree requirements.
Carey MBA Program Requirements
Students are able to count the academic equivalent of 12 credits from the EP program toward the Carey 54-credit Flexible MBA program.
To earn the MBA/MS in Environmental Engineering, you’ll complete 66 credits (28 courses) rather than the 84 credits (36 courses) that would be required when pursuing the two independently.
Applicants to the program should refer to the Carey Business School Tuition and Fees chart for current MBA tuition amounts.
MS in Environmental Engineering Tuition
Tuition and fee information for the Whiting School of Engineering Engineering for Professionals programs is available here.
We offer a variety of financial aid programs, including scholarships, loans, and work study opportunities. For more information about financial aid for this program, please click here.
Applications for the MBA/MS in Environmental Engineering dual degree program must be submitted to the Whiting School of Engineering. The admissions committees of both schools will review each application.
To apply, visit the Engineering for Professionals admissions page.
For additional information, contact Liz Habert, Admissions Coordinator, Engineering for Professionals, at 410-516-2265 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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