Bachelor of Science in Engineering
Environmental Engineering majors are required to complete the following:
- CE 2110, 2211, CE 3120/ENVE 3120 (or CHEG 3123);
- CHEG 2111;
- CHEM 1128Q or 1148Q;
- ENGR 1166;
- CE 2251; ENVE 1000, 2310, 3200, 3220, 3230, 3270, 4210, 4310, 4810 or 4820, 4910W, 4920W;
- MATH 2110Q and 2410Q;
- ENVE 4320 and one of the following: NRE 3105, 3205, 3155;
- NRE 4135 or GSCI 3710/ENVE 3530 or CE/ENVE 4530;
- Elective course (6 credits);
- Professional Requirements courses (12 credits).
Professional Requirements include at least one course each to strengthen four of the following nine focus areas: Data Collection and Analysis, Renewable Energy, Systems Analysis, Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Biology, Water Resources, Geoenvironmental Processes, Atmospheric Processes, and Management and Policy. Three credits of Professional Requirements may be replaced with the two-semester sequence, ENVE 4886 and 4896.
The following courses may be used to meet the Professional Requirements:
No course that was used to meet another Environmental Engineering requirement may double count as a Professional Requirement. Environmental Engineering Honors students are required to take ENVE 4886 and 4896.
The Environmental Engineering undergraduate program educational objectives are to impart our alumni/ae with the knowledge and skills needed to: actively contribute to the practice and profession of engineering in the public and/or private sectors in the technical area of environmental engineering; follow the path that leads towards, becoming licensed professional engineers, assessing the impact of human activities on the environment, designing and constructing solutions to minimize and mitigate such impacts, and tending to the natural environment as our life support system; and practice lifelong learning through post-graduate and professional education.