The Environmental and Ecological Engineering major, leading to a B.S. EEE degree, provides an environmentally-focused curriculum. The degree program uses an integrated systems perspective to teach cross-disciplinary problem solving skills and has environmental and ecological engineering as its central focus. The B.S. EEE degree is accredited by the Engineering Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.
To view specific requirements for the Environmental and Ecological Engineering program, access the following links. Follow the appropriate pathway based on entry date to program.
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Note: Spring 2013 was the first semester that students could enroll in EEE.
A Minor in Environmental and Ecological Engineering is available. The minor requires six courses (17-18 credits), including two required courses, two option (choose one of two) courses, and two selective courses.
The Engineering for the Planet Learning Community (LC) for first-year students is sponsored by EEE. Students in this LC share a part of their class schedule, attend co-curricular activities related to environmental and ecological engineering, and have the option of living in an LC residence hall. Incoming students interested in the Engineering for the Planet LC should visit the Purdue Student Access, Transition, and Success (SATS) website in early spring for more information.
Undergraduate Program Admissions:
More information for high school seniors, first year engineering students, and students in other Purdue academic programs who would like to CODO into EEE can be found here.
For More Information:
Please contact Tammi Thayer, Associate Director of Advising, with any questions or for more information.
Phone: (765) 496-7238
Mail: EEE, Potter Engineering Center, Room 364, 500 Central Drive, West Lafayette, IN, 47907.