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Welcome to the University of Colorado's
Environmental Engineering (EVEN) Program

Our program provides a multidisciplinary engineering curriculum leading to a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Environmental Engineering. The B.S. degree is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET http://www.abet.org.
The curriculum draws on various Environmental Engineering courses and faculty from across the University of Colorado at Boulder's College of Engineering and Applied Science.



The program allows students to specialize in a sub-area of Environmental Engineering, including:
  • WATER RESOURCES TREATMENT
  • AIR QUALITY
  • APPLIED ECOLOGY
  • REMEDIATION
  • CHEMICAL PROCESSING
  • ENERGY CONSERVATION FUNDAMENTALS
  • ENGINEERING FOR DEVELOPING COMMUNITIES
  • or create your own special option


    Details on the overall curriculum, including the full advising guide can be found here
  •     What's Special about the University and Our Program?

    In US News & World Report 2015 edition, our EVEN program at CU-Boulder was ranked as 17th overall and 10th among public universities. CU-Boulder's undergraduate engineering program comes in at 20th among public institutions whose highest degree is a doctorate, 36th overall.

  • You can participate in the founding student chapter of Engineers Without Borders-USA and the associated Engineering for Developing Communities program
  • You can earn an undergraduate certificate in Energy from CU
  • You can participate in the INVST Community Leadership Program
  • You can earn a certificate in Engineering, Science, and Society

  • For annual student enrollment and graduation data, please see this college website: http://www.colorado.edu/engineering/about/facts


            For more information, contact the Program's Director and Coordinator:

            Director: Prof. R. Scott Summers
                 email: r.summers@colorado.edu
                 phone: 303-492-6644
                 office: Engineering Center ECES 108

            Academic Advisor: Joanne Uleau
                 email: Joanne.Uleau@colorado.edu
                 phone: 303-735-0253
                 office: Engineering Center ECES 111
            Our mailing address is:
            Environmental Engineering Program
            University of Colorado
            428 UCB (US mail)
            1111 Engineering Drive
            Boulder, CO 80309-0428