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Environmental Engineering Minor

Required credits in this minor: 46 — 47

The environmental engineering minor develops a student's ability to understand and address environmental concerns. Coursework provides broad-based science and engineering knowledge suited to pollution prevention and waste management. The minor enhances degrees in science or other engineering fields.

Minor Requirements: Required Courses for the Program

Lower Division (40 — 41 cr)

  • CHE 2111 — Material and Energy Balances (3.0 cr)
  • CHEM 2222 — Quantitative Analysis (3.0 cr)
  • CHEM 2223 — Quantitative Analysis Laboratory (1.0 cr)
  • ENGR 2015 — Statics (3.0 cr)
  • MATH 1296 — Calculus I, LE CAT2 (5.0 cr)
  • MATH 1297 — Calculus II (5.0 cr)
  • PHYS 2011 — General Physics I, LE CAT4 (4.0 cr)
  • CHE 1011 — Introduction to Chemical Engineering., LE CAT5 (3.0 cr) or CHE 2001 — Introduction to Environmental Engineering, LE CAT4 (3.0
    cr)
  • CHEM 1151 — General Chemistry I, LE CAT4 (5.0 cr) or CHEM 1161 — Honors: General Chemistry I, LE CAT4, H (5.0 cr)
  • CHEM 1152 — General Chemistry II (5.0 cr) or CHEM 1162 — Honors: General Chemistry II, H (5.0 cr)

Take exactly 1 course from the following:

  • CHE 2011 — Design of Engineering Experiments (3.0 cr)
  • STAT 2411 — Statistical Methods, LE CAT2 (3.0 cr)
  • STAT 3611 — Introduction to Probability and Statistics (4.0 cr)

Upper Division (6 cr) Other upper division electives may be substituted subject to department approval.

  • CHE 4601 — Biochemical Engineering (3.0 cr)
  • CHE 4613 — Air Pollution Control (3.0 cr)

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