Environmental and Water Resources Engineering

Students take required courses and select electives that best fulfill their personal goals from the following general areas of study. A total of 128 credit hours is required for graduation.

Undergraduate Concentrations

Students pursuing the environmental engineering concentration may select electives that focus on water quality and treatment, bioremediation, solid and hazardous wastes, air quality, and air pollution control, as well as courses in  transportation, structural, geotechnical, and construction engineering.

Environmental Emphasis - Typical Schedules

General Electives


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