U.S. Students with a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering-related disciplines (Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Geology, Geophysics, and so forth) can be admitted to the environmental engineering program after completion of the prerequisite classes below. Before they graduate, these students must also take six undergraduate engineering "leveling" courses to put them on par with engineering graduates and to help them pass the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) examination, the first step toward a Professional Engineering (PE) license. This option is not open to international students, who must possess an engineering degree upon admission to the Program. Upon graduation these students are viewed by the State of Texas Professional Engineering Board as having the equivalent of an Undergraduate Engineering Degree and can go through the licensure process to become professional engineers.
Students with B.S. degrees in non-engineering-related programs, e.g., technology, business, management, architecture, and the arts must complete an engineering degree before admission.
Prerequisites to Application
|Fundamentals of Chemistry||CHEM 1311|
|Fundamentals of Chemistry Laboratory||CHEM 1111|
|Fundamentals of Chemistry 2||CHEM 1312|
|Fundamentals of Chemistry Laboratory||CHEM 1112|
|Calculus I, II, and III and Engineering Math.||MATH 2413, 2414, 2415, and 3321|
|Engineering Physics (without laboratory)||PHYS 1321 and 1322|
|Computing and Problem Solving for Engineers||ENGI 1331|
|Mechanics I||CIVE 2330|
|Mechanics II||CIVE 2331|
|Mechanics of Deformable Bodies||CIVE 2332|
|Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Engineering||CIVE 3434|
To apply for admission, a non-engineering student would follow the normal application process, supplying the additional proof that the courses considered to be prerequisites to application are completed.