Catalogue 2018 - 2019

Environmental Engineering Concentration

The Environmental Engineering concentration is well suited for students planning on a career in environmental engineering, water resources engineering, or geotechnical engineering.

Degree Requirements

Junior Year - Fall Semester

CEE 341Structural Analysis

3 cr.

CEE 351Transportation Engineering

3 cr.

CEE 353Transportation Engineering Laboratory

1 cr.

CEE 361Engineering Fluid Mechanics

3 cr.

IE 212Probability and Statistics

3 cr.

CHEM 209Organic Chemistry I

3 cr.

CHEM 219Organic Chemistry Laboratory I

1 cr.

Total Credit Hours:17

Junior Year - Spring Semester

CEE 320Environmental Engineering

3 cr.

CEE 322Environmental Engineering Laboratory

1 cr.

CEE 324Groundwater Engineering

3 cr.

CEE 330Soil Mechanics

3 cr.

CEE 332Soil Mechanics Laboratory

1 cr.

CEE 342Steel & Reinforced Concrete Design

3 cr.

HIST XXXHistorical Perspective

3 cr.

Total Credit Hours:17

Senior Year - Fall Semester

CEE 430Geotechnical Engineering

3 cr.

CEE 461Water Resources Engineering

3 cr.

ME 303Thermodynamics I

3 cr.

xxxTechnical or Design Elective

3 cr.

CUL XXXCultural/Aesthetic Perspective

3 cr.

Total Credit Hours:15

Senior Year - Spring Semester

CEE 400Ethical and Professional Issues

1 cr.

CEE 402Capstone Design

3 cr.

CEE 470Construction Engineering

3 cr.

IE 312Engineering Economic Analysis

3 cr.

ILP XXXIntegrated Liberal Professional Perspective

3 cr.

LBC XXXLearning Beyond the Classroom

No cr.

PH XXXEthical Perspective

3 cr.

Total Credit Hours:16

1.Technical or design electives are engineering, math, science, or computer courses normally numbered 300 or above and approved by the advisor.

2. General Education courses must be selected in such a way to insure all "perspectives of understanding" (p. 34)requirements have been satisfied.

3. General elective. Selected on approval of the academic advisor.

Total credit hours required for graduation - 133.

The 2.0 required minimum grade point average in the major is based upon all CEE courses pursued as a part of the student's degree program.