The Environmental Engineering Profession
Environmental Engineering is focused on the prevention and remediation of air, water, and soil contamination problems to reduce the risks to human health, water resources, and ecosystems. Environmental Engineering is a discipline that evolved from Civil Engineering and includes aspects of the sciences (Biology, Chemistry, and Geo sciences) Professional opportunities exist in consulting engineering firms, industries with significant environmental compliance challenges, and in governmental regulatory agencies. Environmental engineers apply physical, chemical, and biological processes in systems that remove and/or destroy pollutants in water, air, and soils and that reduce nonhazardous solid waste volumes. Specific assignments include provision for safe drinking water, treatment and disposal of municipal wastewaters, treatment and management of storm runoff, management of solid and hazardous wastes, and cleaning sites contaminated by hazardous materials.
150−hour Combined Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering & Master of Science in Environmental Engineering Curriculum Table
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|MATH 2450, Calculus III||4||POLS 2302, American Public Policy||3|
|PHYS 1408, Principles of Physics I||4||Environmental Science Elective **||3|
|CE 2301, Statics||3||BIOL 1404, Biology II||4|
|CHEM 3305, Organic Chemistry I||3||CE 3305, Mechanics of Fluids||3|
|BIOL 1403, Biology I||4||HIST 2302, History of U.S. (since 1877)||3|
|IE 3341, Engineering Statistics or
MATH 3342, Mathematical Statistics for Scientists & Engineers
|3||MATH 3350, Higher Mathematics for Scientists & Engineers||3|
|CE 3309, Environmental Engineering I||3||IE 2324, Engineering Economic Analysis||3|
|CE 3303, Mechanics of Solids||3||CE 3372, Water Systems Design||3|
|CE 3354, Introduction to Hydrology||3||Elective, Vis/Performing Arts †||3|
|Oral Comm ˆ||3||CE 3321, Introduction to Geotechnical Engineering||3|
|CE 5364, Groundwater Transport Phenomena||3||ENVE 5306, Environmental Systems Design II||3|
|ENVE 5305, Environmental Systems Design I||3||CE 4101, Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Review||1|
|ENVE 5315, Environmental Chemistry for Pollution Management||3||CE 5395, Solid and Hazardous Waste||3|
|CE 5393, Unit Processes Lab||3||Elective, Technical (6 hrs.) ^^||6|
TOTAL HOURS: 151
** Select environmental science elective such as GEOL 1301/1101 or ATMO 1300/1100 or others with advisor approval.
ˆ Core Curriculum A.
ˆˆ Choose at least one from IE 5302, 5306, 5307; or ENTX 6445.
† Core Curriculum F could be used to meet the multicultural requirement.
# Core Curriculum E should be used to meet multicultural requirement if F was not.
^^ Choose graduate technical electives from CE 5331, 5361, 5366, 5383; GEOG 5300; IE 5329; or approval from advisor.
The 150−hour Combined Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and Master of Science in Environmental Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.