The purpose of the geoenvironmental certificate program is to:
Prepare graduates for careers related to geoenvironmental engineering;
Promote interdisciplinary educational experiences in geoenvironmental engineering and;
Enhance interactions among faculty and students in the allied science and engineering disciplines related to geoenvironmental engineering.
Consistent with the other certificate programs established by the Graduate School, this certificate program requires 12 credit hours of coursework. It includes nine credit hours from three required courses and three credit hours of elective chosen from a list of approved courses. The geoenvironmental certificate program is administered and coordinated in the Department of Civil Engineering.