Environmental Engineering Minor

This minor can significantly enhance and strengthen the educational experience of students to provide a firm basis for understanding the impact of human activity and pollutants on the environment as well as the need for environmentally sound manufacturing processes and sustainable development.

It requires completion of 18 credits including the following:

  1. An approved Plan of Study and ENVE/CE 2310; ENVE 3220, 3230, 4310.
  2. Six elective credits chosen as follows:
    1. Any 3000 level or higher ENVE course; or
    2. Any courses from the following list: AH 3275; ARE 3434, 4462; CE 2410, 2411, 2412, 2500, 3220, 3510, 4210, 4410; CHEG 3151, 4147; CHEM 2241, 2443, 4370; EEB 3205; GEOG 3320W, 3340, 3400; LAND 3230W; MARN 3030, 4030W; ME 3239, 3263, 3270, 3285; MEM 2221; NRE 3105, 3125, 3145, 3146, 3155, 3205, 3245, 3535, 4135, 4165, 4340; OPIM 3801.

No substitutions are allowed in the Environmental Engineering Minor. All students must fulfill the appropriate prerequisites of all required courses.

The minor is offered by the Environmental Engineering Program.