Environmental Engineering Minor
The Environmental Engineering (MENV) minor creates a new professional opportunity for engineering students. The minor is designed for engineering students who would like to expand their area of expertise by incorporating the appraisal of human activity impacts on the environment, minimization, and mitigation of such impact, and tending to the natural environment as the earth’s life support system.
To complete the minor, students must take four civil engineering courses. Students must complete all prerequisites (or be registered for any corequisites) required for the courses. Available courses include but are not limited to the following. Other courses may be substituted with the approval of an Associate Dean from the School of Engineering:
|CHEM1100||GENERAL CHEMISTRY I||4|
|CIVE4100||WATER RESOURCES AND HYDROLOGY||3|
|CIVE4225||ENVIRONMENTAL UNIT OPERATIONS||3|
|CIVE4375||WATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT||3|
|CIVE3800||SPECIAL TOPICS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING|