Degree Requirements

Beginning Fall 2014, the Faculty of the Division of Environmental and Ecological Engineering has adopted a new curriculum for Environmental and Ecological Engineering. The changes are designed to improve student’s professional preparation, increase their laboratory experience relevant to the discipline and ensure the integrity of program assessment. This new curriculum also incorporates the College of Engineering General Education program which was modified to satisfy the University Core Curriculum, which was implemented in Fall 2013.  With these actions, the EEE plan of study satisfies the Foundational Learning Outcomes and Programmatic Requirements of the University Core Curriculum.

 

Students in EEE prior to Fall 2014 will remain on their previous plan of study.   

Please direct any questions or concerns to the Associate Director of Advising in the EEE Office in POTR 364.

 

To access degree requirements, please choose the appropriate option below:

For students in EEE prior to Fall 2014

For students entering EEE in or after Fall 2014 (includes Summer 2014)