Society has never been more aware of the importance of our environment. “Green” products and practices are encouraged from elementary school to midlife and beyond. This means more opportunities for environmental engineers in industry, government and private consulting.

The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Environmental Engineering program combines sub-disciplines of Civil Engineering with the core subjects of the engineering program. The technical interdisciplinary courses are in the areas of biology, geology, chemistry, ecology, atmospheric sciences, geotechnical engineering, urban planning, water resources engineering, pollution prevention and waste management.

Admission Requirements

Apply early. You’ll need a high school degree from an accredited institution, official SAT/ACT scores, transcripts from all other colleges you’ve attended.

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Our College offers financial aid and scholarships to qualified students. The amounts and eligibility requirements of these awards vary depending on the type of award. Merit-based financial assistance is highly competitive, so apply early.

Degree Requirements

You’ll need 126 credits to graduate. Lower division requirements include at least 60 credit hours of pre-engineering credits. Up to 90 academic credits may be transferred from an ABET accredited institution of higher education. You must also meet the University Foreign Language Requirement and meet all of the state and university requirements for graduation.

2017 – 2018 Environmental Engineering Flowchart

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