The Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (B.S.C.E.) with a Concentration in Environmental/Water Resources Engineering intended for students interested in a focus in the engineering of Environmental and/or Water Resources Systems. Specialized courses prepare students to apply fundamental knowledge in mathematics, science, and engineering to design systems that provide safe, adequate and sustainable supplies of drinking water; prevent, mitigate or remediate soil, water, and air pollution; and minimize flood hazards.
Through careful course selection and scheduling, a student can obtain the Concentration in Environmental/Water Resources Engineering within the required 128 hour B.S.C.E. curriculum. Students completing the requirements described in this program receive a special designation on their transcripts showing they have completed the Concentration in Environmental/Water Resources Engineering.
Students opting for this concentration must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours as follows: