The EECE department sponsors an undergraduate minor in environmental engineering science. This 21-unit program prepares the student to seek an entry-level position as an environmental engineer, scientist or analyst. The minor also provides a solid foundation for undertaking graduate study in environmental engineering. Visit the EECE department website for more information.
Units required: 21
Select from the following menus:
Introduction1 (3 units):
|EECE 101||Introduction to Energy, Environmental and Chemical Engineering (fall)||3|
|EECE 210||Introduction to Environmental Engineering (spring)||3|
Environmental Chemistry2 (3 units):
|EECE 505||Aquatic Chemistry (fall)||3|
|EECE 531||Environmental Organic Chemistry (fall)||3|
Environmental Engineering electives2 (9 units):
|EECE 311||Green Engineering (fall)||3|
|EECE 425||Environmental Engineering Laboratory (spring)||3|
|EECE 504||Aerosol Science and Technology (fall)||3|
|EECE 512||Combustion Phenomena (fall)||3|
|EECE 514||Atmospheric Science and Climate (spring)||3|
|EECE 533||Physical and Chemical Processes for Water Treatment (spring)||3|
|EECE 534||Environmental Nanochemistry (spring)||3|
Additional eligible courses (new courses, special offerings) will be posted on the EECE website as they become available.
Natural Science (3 units):
|Biol 381||Introduction to Ecology (spring)||3|
|EPSc 323||Biogeochemistry (spring)||3|
|EPSc 413||Introduction to Soil Science (spring)||3|
|EPSc 444||Environmental Geochemistry (fall, even years)||3|
Environmental Policy and Social Science (3 units):
|EnSt 310||Ecological Economics||3|
|EnSt 357||Environmental Problem Solving||3|
|L82 EnSt 539||Interdisciplinary Environmental Clinic||3 max|
|Econ 451||Environmental Policy (fall)||3|
|Pol Sci 340||Topics: Environmental Justice||3|
|Pol Sci 3752||Topics in American Politics||3|
1 First-year students potentially interested in majoring in chemical engineering should take EECE 101; all other students working toward the minor in environmental engineering science should take EECE 210.
2 Students taking both environmental chemistry courses can count one of them toward the environmental engineering electives.