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Civil Engineering:

Environmental Engineering Specialization, BS

Background requirements:

The Environmental Engineering specialization is designed for Civil Engineering majors interested in the application of environmental concepts within engineering. The specialization focuses on chemical and biological processes to solve pressing global processes in all areas related to the environment and public health.

Program Requirements:

The Environmental Engineering specialization has its own distinct curriculum within our BS Civil Engineering program. The specialization curriculum utilizes courses from CBE and Chem, along with core and environmental-focused CEE courses, preparing you for the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Environmental Engineering exam for future Professional Engineering licensure. For more details, degree requirements, and course descriptions within the Environmental Engineering specialization curriculum, please see South Dakota Mines academic catalog.

Contact Information:

Dr. Jim Stone
Professor and Department Head
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Office Phone:   605-394-244
Email: James.Stone@sdsmt.edu

A minor in environmental engineering is also available.

         "Environmental engineering has provided me with the challenging environment that I have always thrived under and enjoyed. I am constantly determining what the best solution is for a variety of environmental problems ranging from site cleanup and remediation, to air and water quality. My coursework, undergraduate research, and extracurricular activities at South Dakota Mines have prepared me to make a valuable contribution to the professional engineering community."

Maria Squillace - MSCE '13