The Environmental Engineering (EVE) program prepares students to plan and design sustainable environmental systems maximizing the quality of life by minimizing the impact of human activity on the environment. Environmental Engineering graduates will receive a crosscutting collaborative education between two distinct departments. By offering a multidisciplinary approach between engineering and earth and atmospheric sciences, students will receive more customized degree tailored to their interests and flexible to an ever-changing job market. The educational approach will incorporate theory and hands-on learning to reinforce theoretical concepts. The engineering core component will provide solid training on the majority subjects required by Fundamental Engineering (FE) exam.
A minimum grade of "C" is required for all prerequisites before a student can progress. A full-time student may complete the program in four years (total of eight semesters). All students completing the EVE program will be required to take the Fundamental Engineering (FE) exam during their senior year, as part of their Capstone: Thesis in Sustainable Development course.