Academic Catalog August 2009 - August 2010 Undergraduate and Graduate
Through this academic plan, you can focus on the design and development of constructed systems that address public health issues, integrate with the natural environment, and promote sustainability.
For this 30-unit plan, you take:
3 units in applied mathematics, in a relevant topic such as numerical methods, linear algebra, or statistical analysis
3 units in engineering management
(Course may be offered through such colleges as engineering, business, or management.)
9-12 units in environmental engineering, selected from an approved list available from your academic plan adviser
9-12 units of electives, selected with your advisory committee’s approval to meet your specific objectives
3-6 units in a practice-oriented project, developed and conducted under your advisory committee’s guidance and focused on a problem of interest to the practicing engineering community
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