The concentration in Environmental Applications with the bachelor of science in electrical engineering helps prepare students to contribute as EE’s in fields related to environmental quality. Opportunities exist in environmental remote sensing, air quality, water quality, and related fields.
The concentration may be pursued using the 2015-2016 catalog year or later.
Concentration coursework, 18 credits: (2015-2016)
(may be completed in years 3 and 4)
ENVE3501 Environmental Engineering Fundamentals
ENVE3502 Environmental Monitoring & Measurement
Remote sensing sequence: 1. EE4252 and GE4250 or 2. EE3090 and EE3190
Two Environmental Quality Engineering courses from this list:
ENVE4502 Wastewater Treatment Principles and Design
ENVE4503 Drinking Water Treatment Principles and Design
ENVE4504 Air Quality Engineering and Science
ENVE4505 Surface Water Quality Engineering
ENVE4507 Application of Sustainability Principles
ENVE4511 Solid and Hazardous Waste Engineering
ENVE4512 Green Engineering Design for Sustainability
See Judy Donahue, EERC 131, for help with planning. Call 487-2550 to schedule an advising appointment.
The concentration credits take the place of EE3250, Approved electives, and 9cr. EE electives on the BSEE.