Environmental Concentration Program Outline
This outline applies to students who entered the engineering curriculum during the 2012-13 and 2013-14 academic years. Students who entered before the 2012-13 academic year should not use this outline, but instead select the appropriate outline from the concentration overview page.
The following program outline presents a path through the B.S. Engineering curriculum with an environmental concentration. It is an example of how a student can successfully complete all requirements of the Engineering program within 4 years.
Please note that the program outline presented on this page is a suggestion only. Students with AP credits should adjust their schedules accordingly. In addition, students may be able to swap classes among semesters, study abroad during their first or second years, or complete two concentrations within 8 to 9 semesters.
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|* Environmental General Education Elective: Either BIOL315 Environmental Ethics (meets Gen. Ed. ethics requirement) or ECON117 Issues in Environmental Economics (meets Gen. Ed. social science requirement).
|** Students may take BIOL160 (typically Fall) or BIOL161 (typically Spring).
|*** GIS245 is offered alternate year (offered Spring 2014) and should be taken in either the third or fourth year.
|**** ENGR321 (offered Spring 2013) and ENGR 440 (offered Spring 2014) are offered alternate years and should be taken in either the third or fourth year.
This guideline applies to students who entered the engineering curriculum during the 2012-13 and 2013-14 academic years.