The Minor in Environmental Engineering at AUD is a open to students majoring in any field except Civil Engineering.
Allowing students to further their knowledge in the areas of environmental engineering and sustainability, the program can be added as a secondary focus, allowing them to enhance their skills in a specific area of interest without the responsibility of a major.
The field of environmental engineering is wide but students can choose to focus on a particular area depending on the courses they choose.
To complete the Minor in Environmental Engineering, students must earn a minimum of 15 credit hours from the following courses:
||Principles of Biology
|CHEM 201||General Chemistry
|ECVL 340||Environmental Engineering, w/Lab||3|
|Total Minor Core Requirements
|ECVL 330||Fluid Mechanics, w/Lab||3|
|ECVL 433||Hydraulic Engineering||3|
|ECVL 440||Sustainable Engineering Design||3|
|ECVL 444||Water and Wastewater Engineering||3|
|Total Minor Elective Requirements||6|
|TOTAL MINOR REQUIREMENTS||15|
Students are responsible for completing all course prerequisites. In addition to university-wide requirements, only courses counting toward the General Electives can also be counted toward this minor. A course may not be used to fulfill the requirements of more than one minor.
FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY
Equipped to perform and demonstrate a number of experiments that provide undergraduate students with the practical applications of fluid mechanics, facilities include:
Equipped with testing apparatus chosen to demonstrate wide variety of experiments in materials engineering as well as structural theory, facilities include:
GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY
Occupies more than 200 square meters of lab space and houses multiple sets for soil classification and testing, including:
CIRCUITS, ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS AND ROBOTICS LABS
ENTERPRISE COMPUTING LAB
Dedicated general purpose computer labs, each equipped with:
All applying students must have:
Students should consult with the Admissions Office for further details at email@example.com.
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