PlusOne with MS in Engineering and Public Policy

PlusOne with MS in Engineering and Public Policy

Overview

Accelerated Master’s degrees allow students to accelerate the attainment of the master’s degree by applying graduate credits taken as an undergraduate toward both the undergraduate and graduate degrees. Current students apply to enroll in the Accelerated Master’s Program.

With the PlusOne program, students attain their bachelor’s degree followed by a PlusOne year to complete the master’s degree.

Below are the eligible undergraduate majors available to pursue a PlusOne pathway with a master’s degree in Engineering and Public Policy. Also, review the Accelerated Master’s link for further details, including program policies and procedures, as well as how to Apply.

Acceptable Undergraduate Pathways

Eligible Undergrad MajorsAdditional Prerequisites
BS in Bioengineering
BS in Bioengineering and Biochemistry
BS in Chemical Engineering
BS in Chemical Engineering and Biochemistry
BS in Chemical Engineering and Physics
BS in Civil Engineering
BS in Civil Engineering and Architectural Studies
BS in Computer Engineering
BS in Computer Engineering and Computer Science
BS in Computer Engineering and Physics
BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering
BS in Electrical Engineering
BS in Electrical Engineering and Physics
BS in Electrical Engineering with concentration in Music Technology
BS in Environmental Engineering
BS in Environmental Engineering and Health Science
BS in Environmental Engineering and Landscape Architecture
BS in Industrial Engineering
BS in Mechanical Engineering
BS in Mechanical Engineering and Design
BS in Mechanical Engineering and Physics
All COS Undergraduate Majors (including combined degrees)
All Khoury undergraduate majors (including combined degrees)
BS in Economics (CSSH)

Graduate Course Sharing

Students can apply up to four graduate level courses to both their undergraduate and graduate degrees, selected from the following list.

Select up to four of the following:

CIVE 5250Organic Pollutants in the Environment4 SH
CIVE 5261Dynamic Modeling for Environmental Investment and Policymaking4 SH
CIVE 5271Solid and Hazardous Waste Management4 SH
CIVE 5275Life Cycle Assessment of Materials, Products, and Infrastructure4 SH
CIVE 5280Remote Sensing of the Environment4 SH
CIVE 5281Coastal Dynamics and Design4 SH
CIVE 5300Environmental Sampling and Analysis2 SH
CIVE 5301Lab for CIVE 53002 SH
CIVE 5363Special Topics in CE: Climate Science, Engineering Adaptation, and Policy4 SH
ENGR 5670Sustainable Energy: Materials, Conversion, Storage, and Usage4 SH
ENSY 5100Hydropower4 SH
IE 5500Systems Engineering in Public Programs4 SH
IE 5640Data Mining for Engineering Applications4 SH
INSH 5301Introduction to Computational Statistics4 SH
ME 5645Environmental Issues in Manufacturing and Product Use4 SH
PHTH 5214Environmental Health4 SH
PHTH 5230Global Health4 SH
PPUA 5260Ecological Economics4 SH
PPUA 5262Big Data for Cities4 SH
PPUA 5263Geographic Information Systems for Urban and Regional Policy4 SH
PPUA 5264Energy Democracy and Climate Resilience: Technology, Policy, and Social Change4 SH
PPUA 5270Food Systems and Public Policy4 SH

Program Contacts


R. Edward Beighley
Professor & Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies,  Civil and Environmental Engineering
Affiliated Faculty,  Marine and Environmental Sciences

Hydrologic and hydraulic modeling; remote sensing of the hydrologic cycle; hydrologic impacts of climate and/or land use change; flood hazard and risk assessment

Academic Advising

For support with academic questions, students should reach out to their undergraduate academic advisor in their home college as well as the Graduate School by emailing gradstudentservices@coe.neu.edu for more information about the PlusOne pathway of interest within COE.