Student ID:__________________________ Student Name:_______________________ Advisor Name:_______________________ Catalog: 2020-21 Academic Catalog Degree Program: Bachelor of Science, Environmental Engineering (Plan of Study) Minimum Credits Required:__________________

Bachelor of Science, Environmental Engineering (Plan of Study)

​Program only available to first time in college students admitted Fall 2019 and later.

INSIGHTS FOR A MORE SUSTAINABLE PLANET

The BS in Environmental Engineering at Florida Polytechnic University applies principles from all of the natural sciences (physics, chemistry, geology, and biology) to help you tackle interconnected challenges as they relate to water, energy, air quality, and related fields. Environmental engineers advance the science and technology of air quality, water quality, water resources, housing and other built environments, greenspace development, and the protection of plants, animals and their habitats. Throughout the world, environmental engineers play a key role in defining the future of sustainable cities and communities, and reimagining systems that protect both the planet and the well-being of all people. To succeed as an environmental engineer, you will need an aptitude for mathematics and science, an abiding interest in protecting the natural environment and public health, and high motivation to study and prepare for environmental engineering practice.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

Florida Poly’s BS in Environmental Engineering provides a comprehensive curriculum grounded in courses in advanced mathematics, chemistry, and physics, as well as engineering. You will gain a broad introduction to all the sciences, along with their application to environmental engineering. The program prepares you to address some of the greatest collective challenges of our time. Foundational courses in the humanities and social sciences help to give you a broad view of the interaction of humans with the environment, and to measure the short and long-term social, environmental and economic aspects and impacts into sustainable engineering solutions. Hands-on laboratories and/or project-based learning are incorporated into each year of the Environmental Engineering curriculum. You will gain experience with engineering computer software and a range of laboratory tools as you progress toward upper level coursework and a yearlong senior capstone project.

 

**Course offering frequency subject to change**

Freshman Year

Semester 1

Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
SLS 1106 - Academic & Professional Skills Credits: 1
IDS 1380 - Introduction to STEM Credits: 3
ENC 1101 - English Composition 1: Expository and Argumentative Writing Credits: 3
CHM 2045 - Chemistry 1 Credits: 3
CHM 2045L - Chemistry 1 Laboratory Credits: 1
MAC 2311 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus 1 Credits: 4

Total Semester Credits: 15

Semester 2

Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
EGN 1007C - Concepts and Methods for Engineering and Computer Science Credits: 1
COP 2271C - Introduction to Computation and Programming Credits: 3
ENC 2210 - Technical Writing Credits: 3
PHY 2048 - Physics 1 Credits: 3
PHY 2048L - Physics 1 Laboratory Credits: 1
MAC 2312 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus 2 Credits: 4

Total Semester Credits: 15

Sophomore Year

Semester 1

Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
EGN 2001C - Skills and Design 1 Credits: 2
CHM 2046 - Chemistry 2 Credits: 3
CHM 2046L - Chemistry 2 Laboratory Credits: 1
MAC 2313 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus 3 Credits: 4
EGN 3311 - Statics Credits: 3

General Education: Social Science/History Credits: 3

Total Semester Credits: 16

Semester 2

Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
PHY 2049 - Physics 2 Credits: 3
PHY 2049L - Physics 2 Laboratory Credits: 1
MAP 2302 - Differential Equations Credits: 3
ENV 2003 - Introduction to Environmental Engineering Credits: 3
EGN 3331 - Strength of Materials Credits: 3
EGN 2002C - Skills and Design 2 Credits: 2

Total Semester Credits: 15

Junior Year

Semester 1

Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
STA 3032 - Probability and Statistics Credits: 3
ENV 3008 - Environmental Chemistry Credits: 3
EGN 3343 - Engineering Thermodynamics Credits: 3

Environmental Engineering Lab 1 Credits: 2

Environmental Engineering Program Elective Credits: 3

Total Semester Credits: 14

Semester 2

Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
ENV 4514C - Water and Wastewater Treatment Credits: 3
EML 3015 - Fluid Mechanics Credits: 3

Environmental Engineering Lab 2 Credits: 3

Environmental Engineering Program Elective Credits: 3

Arts and Humanities Course Credits: 3

Total Semester Credits: 15

Senior Year

Semester 1

Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
ENV 4941 - Capstone I Credits: 3
EGN 4611 - Engineering Economics Credits: 3
CWR 4202 - Applied Hydrology and Hydraulics Credits: 3

Social Sciences Course Credits: 3

Environmental Engineering Program Elective Credits: 3

Total Semester Credits: 15

Semester 2

Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
ENV 4942 - Capstone II Credits: 3
ENV 4341 - Solid and Hazardous Waste Management Credits: 3
ENV 4612C - Sustainability in Engineering Credits: 3

Environmental Engineering Program Elective Credits: 3

Social Sciences Course Credits: 3

Total Semester Credits: 15

Environmental Engineering Program Electives

Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
EES 4201 - Water Chemistry Credits: 3
ENV 4412 - Physicochemical Processes in Environmental Engineering Credits: 3
ENV 4063 - Environmental Toxicology Credits: 3
ENV 4561 - Hydraulic Systems Design Credits: 3
ENV 4044 - Data Analytics for Sustainable Systems Credits: 3
ENV 4042 - Environmental Sensing Credits: 3

Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

The courses below are used to fill in the General Education requirements noted in the above four-year sequence. Students must take 12 credits total from Arts and Humanities and Social Sciences. Credits may be split evenly between the categories, or students may choose to take 9 credits in one category and 3 in the other.

Arts and Humanities

Select 3 to 6 credits from the following courses:

Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed

Required, one from the following:

ARH 2000 - Art Appreciation Credits: 3
HUM 2020 - Introduction to the Humanities Credits: 3
LIT 2000 - Introduction to Literature Credits: 3
PHI 2010 - Introduction to Philosophy Credits: 3

Optional, the following or one more from Arts and Humanities required or Social Sciences:

IDS 2144 - Legal, Ethical, and Management Issues in Technology Credits: 3
HUM 2022 - Explorations in the Humanities Credits: 3

Social Sciences

Course NameCredits:Term TakenGradeGen Ed

Required, one from the following:

AMH 2020 - American History Since 1877 Credits: 3
PSY 2012 - General Psychology Credits: 3
ECO 2013 - Principles of Macroeconomics Credits: 3

Optional, one from the following or one more from Social Science required or Arts and Humanities:

AMH 2010 - American History to 1877 Credits: 3
AMH 2930 - Special Topics Credits: 1-3
ECO 2023 - Principles of Microeconomics Credits: 3

Total Degree Credits: 120

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