University of Arizona - Main - Tucson
How to apply
Students who have completed a minimum of 75 units are eligible to apply, usually early in the second semester of the student’s junior year (September or January). The student must create an account in GradApp (https://apply.grad.arizona.edu) and pay a $90 appliction fee and submit an online application to the Environmental Engineering AMP. (See https://grad.arizona.edu/catalog/programinfo/CHEMSCHEAMP) for more details. Once students have completed 90 units (usually at the end of their junior year’s second semester) and have a 3.30 or higher GPA, they may be accepted into the AMP. After acceptance to the AMP program, students register during their senior (fourth) year to take a combination of undergraduate and graduate courses and are classified as undergraduate students. The graduate courses can double-count, serving both as electives for the BS degree and as core or elective courses for the MS.
In order to be fully admitted into the MS Graduate Program, early in the second semester of their senior year (usually January), the AMP student must submit a new application for the MS in Chemical Engineering in order to be fully accepted into the CHEE MS program. The student will not be charged an application fee for this simplified application. An automatic application fee waiver will be granted. After completing the BS, students are then eligible to be fully accepted as MS degree students and matriculate into the graduate program. In the fifth and final year, students focus on graduate course work and their thesis or project. After completing the BS, students are then eligible to be fully accepted as MS degree students. In the fifth and final year, students focus on graduate course work and their thesis or project.
To be considered eligible to apply for the AMP EnvE, students must:
- Be a continuing University of Arizona undergraduate.
- Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.30.
- At the time of application, have completed a minimum of 75 units of undergraduate course work; a minimum of 12 undergraduate units must have been completed in the students major at University of Arizona’s main campus.
Research experience as an undergraduate is not a requirement, but it is desirable.
Required GRE Subject tests: not required but applicant must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.30 and be a University of Arizona continuing student (Junior status)
The Academic Unit has not provided this information.
International applicants will not be considered for conditional admission by this program.
The GRE Institution Code for The University of Arizona is
This is an Accelerated Master's Program (AMP).
The Graduate College offers exceptional undergraduate students in selected majors the opportunity to earn both a bachelor's degree and master's degree in as few as 5 years. The Accelerated Master's Program is for the top undergraduates in participating majors who plan to continue in a graduate program in the same, or closely related, UA discipline.
Programs will select from among a qualified pool, based on the following criteria. Individual programs may have more stringent or additional requirements:
View Environmental Engineering (MS) - Accelerated Master's Program in the University's Main Catalog.
College of Engineering