There are five concentrations within the graduate Masters program in the Civil and Environmental Engineering department. Environmental and Water Systems Engineering is one concentration leading to a of Master of Science in Civil Engineering. This program integrates the study of infrastructure, hydrology, hydraulics, numerical modeling, remote sensing, spatial and temporal data analysis, and water quality to provide students with the knowledge and tools for developing and managing sustainable, resilient water resources and infrastructure. It includes required core courses from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, complemented by electives in electrical and computer engineering, mechanical and industrial engineering, and earth and environmental sciences.