Overview The 5-year B.S./M.S. program combines two degrees: a B.S. in Environmental Science with an M.S. in Environmental Health and Engineering. Eligibility for the program is competitive and admission is based on overall academic performance and scientific/math aptitude. Early planning is essential and students must apply for the combined B.S/M.S. program before the end of the sophomore year. In addition to the B.S. requirements, students complete a total of 12 graduate credits during the senior year. Recommended Graduate Courses during the Senior Year GENV 500 Environmental Research Methods (3) GENV 520 Environmental Site Assessment or GENV 522 Wetlands Science & Engineering (2) GENV 536/537 Env Chemistry and Lab (4) GENV 540 Industrial Health I (3) GENV 544 Env Law & Regulations (3) Total Course Requirements for the 5 yr Combined B.S./M.S. Program includes 164 credits (128 credits undergraduate plus 36 credits graduate). Consult the Graduate Catalog for additional information about other requirements of the graduate program.