Environmental Engineering Minor
The minor in environmental engineering provides students with a sampling of foundational courses in addition to two electives focusing on environmental chemistry, microbiology, or transport processes.
|Requirements (8 units)|
|Core Courses (6 units)|
|CIV_ENV 201-0||Engineering Possibilities: Decision Science in the Age of Smart Technologies|
|CIV_ENV 202-0||Biological and Ecological Principles|
|CIV_ENV 203-0||Earth in the Anthropocene|
|CIV_ENV 260-0||Environmental Systems and Processes|
|CIV_ENV 355-0||Hydrogeology and Subsurface Contamination|
|CIV_ENV 364-0||Sustainable Water Systems|
|Electives (2 units): choose 2 courses from below|
|Hydraulics and Hydrology|
|Public & Environmental Health|
|Chemical Processes in Aquatic Systems|
|Sustainability: The City|
|Emerging Organic Contaminants|
|Community-based Design 1|
|Community-based Design 2|
400-level course by permission
Only 1 CIV_ENV 399-0 Projects unit may be counted toward the minor.
Additional Conditions for this minor
- No more than 4 minor courses may be used to fulfill requirements in the student's major program.
- A grade of at least C– is required in each course for the minor.
- Students should discuss with the minor coordinator how best to satisfy prerequisites for required courses.
- A completed petition form for the minor must be submitted to the McCormick Office of Undergraduate Engineering before the beginning of the final undergraduate quarter.