Environmental Engineering

Department of Environmental Engineering

Minor in Environmental Engineering


Minor in Environmental Engineering

The Department of Environmental Engineering is now offering a MINOR in the growing discipline of Environmental Engineering.


Environmental Engineers design and build municipal water supply systems, industrial and municipal wastewater treatment plants, air pollution control systems, solid and municipal waste treatment facilities, and develop and implement watershed and airshed protection management plans and operations.


In order for a student to complete and graduate with a minor in Environmental Engineering, the
listed courses must be taken and passed with a letter grade of C or better (More details).


9 CREDIT HOURS FROM THE FOLLOWING COURSES:
EVEN 3320 – Chemical Principles for EVEN
EVEN 3321 – Environmental Engineering Lab
EVEN 3399 – Nuclear Environmental
CEEN 3167 – Hydraulic/Fluid Mechanics Lab
CEEN 3365 – Environmental Engineering
CEEN 3392 – Hydraulic and Fluid Mechanics
CEEN 4362 – Hydrology
CEEN 4364 – Design Water and Wastewater Convey Systems
MEEN 2355 – Statics and Dynamics
9 CREDIT HOURS FROM THE FOLLOWING COURSES:
EVEN 3328 – Environmental Engineering Process Fundamentals
EVEN 4301 – Water and Wastewater Treatment
EVEN 4304 – Water Resources and Advance Computer Methods
EVEN 4306 – Solid and Hazardous Waste Fundamentals
EVEN 4386 – Air Pollution Control

For more details, please contact: 
Dr. David Ramirez
Professor and Chair for the Department of Environmental Engineering
Email:  david.ramirez@tamuk.edu
OR
Dr. Kim Jones
Professor and Undergraduate Coordinator for the Department of Environmental Engineering
Email:  kim.jones@tamuk.edu