Environmental Engineering

Environmental issues related to population expansion and complex industrialization systems create new challenges throughout the world. The environmental concentration within the School of Engineering & Computer Science combines the instruction of engineering and environmental science to help protect public health by proving a clean water supply, safe waste disposal, and control of air pollution. Students that select the environmental degree concentration will take all of the required courses for a BSE along with the following electives:

Engineering Electives

  • ME 3345: Advanced Thermodynamics
  • ELC 4351: Digital Signal Processing
  • ME 3321: Fluid Mechanics
  • ME 4345: Heat Transfer

Concentration Electives

  • ENV 1101: An Introduction to Environmental Analysis (Lab)
  • ENV 1301: Exploring Environmental Issues
  • CHE 1302: Basic Principles of Modern Chemistry II
  • ENV 3316: Introduction to Air Quality
  • ENV 3387: Environmental Chemistry
  • ENV 4345: Water Management
  • ENV 4365: Environment & Energy