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The curriculum in Environmental Engineering leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering includes instruction in soil mechanics, hydraulics and hydrology, as well as in the engineering sciences, mathematical sciences, natural sciences, humanities, and the social sciences. The degree requires a minimum of 128 semester hours, plus two credits of physical education activities.
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Humanities and Social Science Requirements
Courses in the humanities and social sciences are required in engineering programs to broaden the student's understanding of humankind and relationships in society. For more detailed information, please see: