BSCE Environmental Engineering

  • About

    The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (BSCE) with an emphasis on Environmental Engineering. This program is different from the BSENE, which has a much larger emphasis on environmental engineering.

    For detailed course information, please see the Course Catalogue. For a course schedule, please see the Schedule of Classes.

    Pre-Major Requirements:

    Chemistry Requirement
    CHEM 105aL: General Chemistry or CHEM 115aL: Advanced General Chemistry
    CHEM 105bL: General Chemistry or CHEM 115bL: Advanced General Chemistry

    Math Requirement
    MATH 125: Calculus I
    MATH 126: Calculus II
    MATH 226: Calculus III
    MATH 245: Mathematics of Physics and Engineering I

    Physics Requirement
    PHYS 151L: Fundamentals of Physics I: Mechanics and Thermodynamics
    PHYS 152L: Fundamentals of Physics II: Electricity and Magnetism

    Other Requirements
    BISC 220L: General Biology: Cell Biology and Physiology or GEOL 305Lx: Introduction to Engineering Geology

  • Major Requirements:

    ENGR 102: Engineering Freshman Academy
    Civil Engineering
    CE 106: Design and Planning of Civil Engineering Systems or CE 110: Introduction to Environmental Engineering
    CE 108: Introduction to Computer Methods in Civil Engineering
    CE 205: Statics
    CE 210L: Introduction to Environmental Engineering Microbiology
    CE 225: Mechanics of Deformable Bodies
    CE 309: Fluid Mechanics
    CE 325: Dynamics
    CE 334L: Mechanical Behavior of Materials
    CE 358: Theory of Structures I
    CE 408: Risk Analysis in Civil Engineering
    CE 451: Water Resources Engineering
    CE 453: Water Quality Control
    CE 463L: Water Chemistry and Analysis
    CE 467L: Geotechnical Engineering
    CE 473: Engineering Law, Finance and Ethics
    CE 485: Wastewater Treatment Design
    ENE 200: Environmental Engineering Principles
    ENE 426: Particulate Air Pollutants
    ENE 428: Air Pollution Fundamentals

    Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
    AME 310: Engineering Thermodynamics I

    Major Electives
    Design Kernel (6 units) selected from the following lis of design courses: CE 465, CE 466, CE 476, CE 482, and CE 484.