Beginning in the spring semester of your third year, EVEN students begin a three course (nine (9) credit hours) sequence in environmental engineering. You will take one 3-credit “environmental engineering design” course from those in list A and two additional (6-credits) “environmental engineering upper-division technical elective” courses from list B (or a second from list A, no double counting).
*Note: "I" indicates a class on an intermittent schedule.
List B Environmental Engineering Technical Electives (upper-division)- at least two courses from this list (or a second from list A, no double counting). Students can petition to add additional courses.
You are encouraged to select courses that meet your career goals and interests. This may include courses within a similar theme, or cross-cut a breadth of environmental engineering topics. As such, this list is organized under various specialization topics within environmental engineering. Environmental engineering design courses from List A also fit under these various specialization topics.
It can be critical that early in the curriculum that you pay careful attention to pre-requisites for these technical electives. All courses that are numbered 5000 or above are graduate level courses and can only be taken with instructor permission; consult carefully with your advisor before selecting a graduate level course. Graduate level courses are good options for double-counting for students admitted to the BAM program.