BS in Environmental Engineering
Our undergraduate program offers a balanced approach to environmental engineering, offering courses in all major areas of environmental engineering. In addition, our program is designed to give the student a solid foundation in the sciences and engineering.
Students take courses in biology, chemistry, physics, and math, in addition to a core set of engineering courses in areas common to all engineering disciplines.
All of our environmental engineering courses teach students the fundamentals of engineering design, relevant laws and regulations, and presents actual case studies. We also teach students how to use state-of-the-art computer models to expedite the design process. Students are also taught how to balance engineering designs with economic constraints.
During their senior year, undergraduate students are required to work with a professor on a senior thesis. Normally, senior thesis topics are chosen by the student in an area of interest to them. For large projects, such as those required for the annual WERC: A Consortium for Environmental Education and Technology Development design contest, students can work in groups. Senior theses may require lab work, detailed engineering designs, and computer modeling.
BS/MS in Environmental Engineering, Five-Year Program
New Mexico Tech awards minors for your secondary field of study. While the number of credits required for a minor vary from department to department, a minimum of 18 credit hours is required. Students cannot earn a minor with either the Associate of General Studies or Bachelor of General Studies.
You must declare a minor and be assigned a minor advisor prior to completing the coursework for the minor.