Bachelor of Science in Engineering: Environmental Engineering

Environmental engineers work in industry, government (federal, state, tribal, county, city), and consulting sectors, performing work with:

  • air and water quality
  • pollution control and management
  • solid and hazardous waste management
  • environmental regulations
  • toxicology and risk assessment
  • microbiological processes

Degree requirements

To earn this degree, you must complete a total of 130 credit hours:

  • at least 35 credit hours of liberal studies requirements  
  • at least 59 credit hours of pre-professional requirements 
  • at least 52 credit hours of major requirements 
  • elective courses, if needed, to reach an overall total of at least 130 credit hours

Academic catalog

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Additional details

Your degree progression plan tells you what courses you take each semester; see the progression plan flow chart showing prerequisites and how courses build on one another.