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Concentration in Environmental Engineering

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A professional concentration in Environmental Engineering is available to all undergraduate students. The professional concentration enables students to satisfy the accreditation requirements of their particular major while focusing their electives on pertinent courses for environmental engineering. Electives used to satisfy requirements of the concentration include a set of science and engineering courses that reflect the sub disciplines of Environmental Engineering as defined by the ABET, Inc. Students receive a Bachelor of Science degree in their major with a professional concentration in Environmental Engineering.

CE 491 Senior Environmental Design OR 3 SR standing
MP401 Environmental Remediation Design SR standing
CE340 Introduction to Environmental Engineering OR  3 CM132 or CM104,and
CH250 Chemical Process Calculations MA132
BY320 Microbiology OR  3 BY214, CM132
BY221/224 General Ecology (4 credits)  4 consent
CM241 Organic Chemistry OR  3 CM104 or CM132
CM371 Physical Chemistry CM104 or CM132,
MA132 and PY 131
PH132 - co-requisite
TWO of the following:  6
CE430 Water Resources Engineering II CE330
CE478 Solid Waste Management and Landfill Design JR or SR
CE479 Water and Wastewater Treatment Processes CE340
CE480 Chemical Fate and Transport in the Environment CE340
CE481/581 Hazardous Waste Management Engineering CE340
CE577 Atmospheric Chemistry CM370, CM371 or ES340
CE580 Environmental Chemistry consent
CE582 Environmental Systems Analysis and Design consent
CE583 Modeling Natural Aquatic Systems consent
CD584 Chemodynamics consent
CE586 Introduction to Industrial Ecology consent
CE587 Contaminant Transport in Groundwater consent
CE589 Aspects of Freshwater Ecosystems consent
CH474/ES434 Air Pollution Control ES330
ES464 Corrosion Engineering CM132
ES532 Risk Analysis consent
IH406 Industrial Hygiene Control Methods, OR IH309, consent
IH416 Principles of Occupational Health IH309, consent
OR other course designated by CEE Department Chair

CE majors that are in the Environmental concentration are recommended to take ES250 Electrical Science rather than ES223 Rigid Body Dynamics for their Sophomore ES elective.  In addition to the required courses, it is recommended that MA 383 Applied Statistics I be taken as a mathematics elective course for this professional concentration.  A minimum grade point average of 2.0 is required in the courses taken for their professional concentration.  At least one-fourth of the credit hours required must be completed at Clarkson University, unless the Dean of the Coulter School of Engineering approves an exception.