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B.S. Environmental Engineering

Bachelor of Science Degree

ENVE lab

The environmental engineering program is designed to graduate outstanding engineers who can identify, evaluate and solve complex environmental problems, and who desire to continue their education on a lifelong basis.



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Students must complete a total of 35 General Education credits (9 of these credits are liberal elective credits), 65 Foundation Requirement course credits, and 95 credits of environmental engineering requirements.

In order to graduate all students must pass 3 writing intensive courses after their freshman year. Two of those courses must be in your major the other can be in any discipline. Transfer students need to meet with their academic advisor to see the number of writing intensive courses needed to graduate.


Students are assigned an Undergraduate Advising Center advisor prior to the freshmen year. This advisor works with the student from the freshman through pre-junior years. The Undergraduate Advising Center website lists the undergraduate advising staff.

Professor Charles Haas is the contact for students in their junior and senior year. 

ENVE Field Trip

Charles Haas
Curtis Hall, Room 251


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The requirements for a minor are set by the department offering it. To determine the most current information you need to consult that department.

Common minors for Environmental Engineering students include:

There is also an option for students in other academic programs to minor in Environmental Engineering.

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