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In modern society Civil and Environmental Engineers serve as master builders, environmental stewards, and integrators of solutions to complex challenges to sustain and improve the built and natural environment so that later generations will have an ever improving quality of life. The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Rice University will enhance the sustainability of infrastructure systems and supporting natural resources that are challenged by societal and environmental changes and extreme events. These critical and emerging challenges will be addressed through innovations to improve infrastructure resilience and the efficiency of water and energy use; integration of complex system analysis to enhance risk assessment and mitigation; and multidisciplinary solutions for infrastructure renewal. Rice University Rice University
Rensselaer's Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering prepares students to provide for the world’s constructed facilities and the infrastructure on which modern civilization depends. Rensselaer civil and environmental engineers develop a full range of skills in design, analysis, fabrication, communication, management, and teamwork. Rensselaer's civil and environmental engineering students are broadly trained and able to deal with the latest technologies. The growing panoply of sensors, instrumentation, intelligent facilities, and new materials highlights the high-tech character of the discipline, creating new educational challenges and redefining the skill set that civil and environmental engineers need to succeed. Civil Engineering at Rensselaer has a long and distinguished history that dates back to 1835 when the Institute became the first U.S. school to issue a civil engineering degree. RPI RPI
SUNY-ESF The curriculum in the bachelor’s degree program provides a strong foundation in the sciences and introduces students to the interdisciplinary breadth of environmental science through a selection of core courses dealing with the geographical, physical, social and living environments. Students have the flexibility to satisfy their core requirements by completing courses in biology, chemistry, ecology, geography, engineering, forestry, environmental studies and other areas of study. SUNY-ESF
Biological and Environmental Engineering Undergraduate Majors Students enter the engineering program via one of two pathways They may enroll with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences directly to the BE major or EnvE major as freshman. Or they may enroll with the College of Engineering and affiliate with the BE or EnvE major before the end of their sophomore year. The graduation requirements are the same for all the students regardless of the college in which they enter. Transfer students Cornell Cornell
Environmental Engineering Engineer a Better Tomorrow Environmental Engineers create solutions to environmental problems for the benefit of both humankind and nature. steven's IT steven's IT
Tufts University Degrees and Majors The School of Engineering offers courses leading to the Bachelor of Science degrees in five engineering departments: biomedical; chemical and biological; civil and environmental; electrical and computer; and mechanical. Seven of our engineering programs lead to degrees accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET (please visit http://www.abet.org for information on accreditation). For a full list of our degrees and first majors, click here. The computer science department also offers a program leading to the Bachelor of Science through the School of Engineering. This degree program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET. Tufts University
Take your mind in new directions CU-Boulder offers more than 3,400 courses each year in approximately 150 areas of study. There are 85 academic majors available at the bachelor's level, 70 at the master's level, and 50 at the doctoral level. Our outstanding academic departments and programs include astrophysical and planetary sciences, biochemistry, biology, chemistry, engineering, English, entrepreneurial business, geography, integrative physiology, law, music, physics, and psychology. Undergraduate Majors In addition to our 85 undergraduate majors, talented undergraduate students may participate in honors programs, the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, and 14 residential academic programs featuring small class environments. Colorado U-Boulder Colorado U-Boulder
The School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering at Oregon State University has its roots in one of the oldest and most respected chemical engineering departments in the western United States. OSU's undergraduate program in Chemical Engineering was first accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) and Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) in 1917. The school currently has more than twenty-four faculty members who pursue a variety of research and teaching activities. The graduate program boasts MEng, MS, and PhD degrees in both Chemical and Environmental Engineering. Oregon State University Oregon State University
The Blittersdorf Professor of Sustainability Science and Policy seminars. Click the name for a complete schedule Robert Brecha Professor, Department of Physics, Coordinator, Sustainability, Energy and the Environment (SEE) initiative and minor, University of Dayton. March 31, 2014 - Lunch w/ faculty 12:00-1:00 Aiken 311. - Seminar 3:30 in Aiken 102. - Reception following. Seth Blumsack Associate Professor, Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering Co-Director, Penn State Energy, Environmental and Resources Economics and Policy Initiative, Pennsylvania State University. University of Vermont University of Vermont
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Georgia Tech Georgia Tech A Leading Technology and Research University Located in Atlanta, Georgia, the Georgia Institute of Technology is one of the top research universities in the United States. Tech Walkway and Clough Undergraduate LearningCommons
General Institute Requirements (GIRs) Subjects Science Requirement(1): 6Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences Requirement (one subject can be satisfied by 1.801J, 11.002, or 14.01 in the Departmental Program): 8Restricted Electives in Science and Technology (REST) Requirement (can be satisfied by 1.018J, 1.050, and 18.03 in the Departmental Program): 2Laboratory Requirement (can be satisfied by 1.101 and 1.102 in the Departmental Program): 1Total GIR Subjects Required for S.B. Degree: 17 Communication RequirementThe program includes a Communication Requirement of 4 subjects: 2 subjects designated as Communication Intensive in Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CI-H); and 2 subjects designated as Communication Intensive in the Major (CI-M). Departmental Program Subject names below are followed by credit units and prerequisites, if any (co-requisites in italics). MIT