FGCU General Education Program (https://www2.fgcu.edu/general_education/) To prevent or minimize excess hours, select general education courses that satisfy common prerequisite requirements for your intended major.
Common Program Prerequisites For this major, common prerequisite courses with an asterisk (*) require prior knowledge and skills demonstrated through degree acceleration programs (e.g., the College Board's Advanced Placement Program [AP], International Baccalaureate Program [IB], College-Level Examination Program [CLEP], Advanced International Certificate of Education Program [AICE]); dual enrollment; placement exam; or college coursework.
FGCU Course: *CHM 1045 General Chemistry I (3) and CHM 1045L General Chemistry I Lab (1) Minimum grade of C Acceptable Substitute: (CHMX045 and CHMX045L) or CHMX045C or (CHSX440 and CHSX440L) [Prerequisites of MAT 1033 minimum grade of C then MAC 1105 minimum grade of C; or relevant accelerated credit; or placement exam]
FGCU Course: CHM 1046 General Chemistry II (3) and CHM 1046L General Chemistry II Lab (1) Minimum grade of C Acceptable Substitute: (CHMX046 and CHMX046L) or CHMX046C
FGCU Course: *MAC 2311 Calculus I (4) Minimum grade of C Acceptable Substitute: MACX311 or MACX281 [Prerequisites of MAT 1033 minimum grade of C then MAC 1105 minimum grade of C then MAC 1147 minimum grade of C; or relevant accelerated credit; or placement exam]
FGCU Course: MAC 2312 Calculus II (4) Minimum grade of C Acceptable Substitute: MACX312 or MACX282
FGCU Course: MAC 2313 Calculus III (4) Minimum grade of C Acceptable Substitute: MACX313 or MACX283
FGCU Course: MAP 2302 Differential Equations (3) Minimum grade of C Acceptable Substitute: MAPX302 or MAPX305
FGCU Course: PHY 2048C General Physics w/Lab I (4) Minimum grade of C Acceptable Substitute: (PHYX048 and PHYX048L) or PHYX048C or (PHYX043 and PHYX048L)
FGCU Course: PHY 2049C Gen'l Physics w/Lab II (4) Minimum grade of C Acceptable Substitute: (PHYX049 and PHYX049L) or PHYX049C or (PHYX044 and PHYX049L)
Engineering Common Core (10 credits) A minimum grade of C is required in each course. EGM 3420C Engineering Mechanics (4) EGS 1006L Intro to the Engineering Prof. (1) EGN 1041C Computational Tools for Eng (2) EGN 3641C Engineering Entrepreneurship (3)
Required Courses in the Major (48 credits) A minimum grade of C is required in each course. CCE 4031C Project Planning & Regulations (3) CGN 3323C Surveying and Geomatics (3) CWR 3201C Engineering Fluid Mechanics (3) CWR 3202C Hydrology and Hydraulics (3) CWR 4540C Water Resources Design (3) EES 3204C Environ Chem for Engineers (3) EES 4102C Wastewater Microbiology (3) EGN 3343C Thermodynamics (3) ENV 3006C Fundamentals of Environ Engrg (3) ENV 3502C Water Treatment Engineering (3) ENV 4101C Atmospheric Pollution (3) ENV 4330C Hazardous Waste Remediation (3) ENV 4351C Solid Waste Management (3) ENV 4509C Wastewater Engineering (3) ENV 4612C Sustainability in Engineering (3) ENV 4891 Envir Engr Senior Design (3)
Restricted Electives (6-7 credits)
Select one of the following: GLY 1000C Physical Geology (4) GLY 2030C Environmental Geology (3) GLY 4074C Meteorology & Climatology (3)
Select one of the following: Any ENV, EES, CEG, CWR, CES, EVS, TTE prefix Engineering course or, with approval of the advisor in consultation with the faculty, any other course with majority technical content relevant to the Environmental Engineering major, such as EVR 4034C Environmental GIS.
University Requirements (3 credits) IDS 3920 University Colloquium (3)
Additional Electives (as needed to reach total credits required for the degree) EGN 2111C Engineering Computer Graphics (3) is recommended.