BSENVE Upper-Division Coursework
The BSENVE junior year curriculum (300-level courses) begins in autumn quarter and is designed to be taken in sequence each quarter.
The curriculum emphasizes the use of core knowledge from math, physics, biology, chemistry and engineering to mitigate impacts on environmental quality and to establish student understanding of the interconnections between air, water and soil during environmental engineering decision-making.
Junior year coursework
The following are 300-level BSENVE courses currently included in the online Course Catalog. Additional 400 level courses will be posted in the future, as they are approved. BSENVE majors will take CEE 349, 350 and 352 in autumn.
|CEE 347||Introduction to Fluid Mechanics||5|
|CEE 348||Hydrology and Environmental Fluid Mechanics||4|
|CEE 349||Case Studies in Environmental Engineering||3|
|CEE 350||Mass and Energy Balances in Environmental Engineering||4|
|CEE 352||Introduction to Microbial Principles in Environmental Engineering||5|
|CEE 354||Introduction to Chemical Principles in Environmental Engineering||5|
|CEE 356||Quantitative and Conceptual Tools for Sustainability||4|
Senior year coursework
Professional Practice and Capstone (7 credits)
- CEE 440 Professional Practice (2 credits)
- Capstone Design Course (5 credits). Choice of CEE 444 (Water) or CEE 445 (Envr)
Technical Electives (15 credits)
Select courses from the Technical Electives list.
Upper-Division Engineering and Science (13 credits)
Select courses from within CEE or from the BSENVE Upper-Division Engineering and Science Electives list, or as approved by petition. Students admitted after summer quarter 2019 must include one approved earth science course from the BSENVE Upper-Division Engineering and Science Electives list.
General Electives provide additional credits to meet the 180 total required for the baccalaureate degree.