Environmental Engineering - Restricted Electives - 2018/2019

1. Engineering Electives

The combination of elective credits required to graduate is noted in the Course Calendar for your specific Cohort. All elective course offerings are subject to a minimum enrollment of 10 students. Courses may be cancelled by the university at any time if enrollment is less than 10. Semester offerings for courses may change without notice. Students should refer to the current Undergraduate Calendar to confirm that the course will be offered in the semester indicated in this program guide. Concerned that the elective prerequisites have changed mid-program? See the Engineering Elective Prerequisite - History of Changes table.   

A maximum of 1.5 credits at the 1000 course level is allowed for elective requirements. NOTE: Each elective course can only be used to satisfy a requirement on ONE list (i.e. no double counting between the ENVE-1, ENVE-2 and Complimentary Studies Lists)

Environmental Engineering Electives (3.0 Credits Required Total - 1.00 credits from ENVE-1 and 2.00 credits from ENVE-2)

ENVE-1: Environmental Engineering Electives (1.00 Credits from ENVE-1)

FALL SEMESTER
ENGG*2160  [0.50] Engineering Mechanics II, F
ENGG*3080  [0.50] Energy Resources and Technologies, F
ENGG*3340  [0.50] Geographic Information Systems in Environmental Engineering, F
ENGG*4240  [0.50] Site Remediation, F (Note 2)
ENGG*4770  [0.50] Physical & Chemical W/WastewaterTreatment Design, F (Note 2)
ENGG*4810  [0.50] Control of Atmospheric Particulates, F (Note 2)

ACCT*1220  [0.50] Introductory Financial Accounting, F/W
ACCT*2230  [0.50] Management Accounting, F/W
BIOC*2580  [0.50] Introduction to Biochemistry, S/F/W
BIOL*1070  [0.50] Discovering Biodiversity, F/W
BIOL*1080  [0.50] Biological Concepts of Health, F/W
BIOL*1090  [0.50] Intro to Molecular and Cellular Biology, F/W
BIOL*2060  [0.50] Ecology, S/F/W
BIOL*3450  [0.50] Introduction to Aquatic Environments, F
BIOM*2000 [0.50] Concepts in Human Physiology, S/F/W
CHEM*2480 [0.50] Analytical Chemistry I, S/F/W
ECON*2650  [0.50] Introductory Development Economics, F
ENVS*1060 [0.50] Principles of Geology, S/F/W
ENVS*2030 [0.50] Meteorology and Climatology, F
GEOG*1300 [0.50] Intro to the Biophysical Environment, F/W (Note 1)
GEOG*1350 [0.50] Earth: Hazards and Global Change F/W (Note 1)
GEOG*2030  [0.50] Environment and Development, F
GEOG*2420  [0.50] The Earth From Space, F
GEOG*2480  [0.50] Mapping and GIS, F/W
MCS*1000  [0.50] Introductory Marketing, S/F/W
MCS*3000  [0.50] Advanced Marketing, F
POPM*3240  [0.50] Epidemiology, F/W
SOAN*3680  [0.50] Perspectives on Development, F
TOX*2000  [0.50] Principles of Toxicology, F

WINTER SEMESTER
ENGG*4070  [0.50] Life Cycle Assessment for Sustainable Design, W (Note 2)
ENGG*4250  [0.75] Watershed Systems Design, W
ENGG*4510  [0.50] Assessment & Management of Risk, W (Note 2)
ENGG*4760  [0.50] Biological Wastewater Treatment Design, W (Note 2)
ENGG*4820  [0.50] Atmospheric Emission Control: Combustion Systems, W (Note 2)

ACCT*1220  [0.50] Introductory Financial Accounting, F/W
ACCT*2230  [0.50] Management Accounting, F/W
BIOC*2580  [0.50] Introduction to Biochemistry, S/F/W
BIOL*1070  [0.50] Discovering Biodiversity, F/W
BIOL*1080  [0.50] Biological Concepts of Health, F/W
BIOL*1090  [0.50] Intro to Molecular and Cellular Biology, F/W
BIOL*2060  [0.50] Ecology, S/F/W
BIOM*2000 [0.50] Concepts in Human Physiology, S/F/W
CHEM*2480 [0.50] Analytical Chemistry I, S/F/W
CHEM*2700 [0.50] Organic Chemistry I, S/W
CIS*2500 [0.50] Intermediate Programming, W
ECON*3730  [0.50] The Origins of International Inequality, W
ENVS*1060 [0.50] Principles of Geology, S/F/W
FOOD*2010 [0.50] Principles of Food Science, S/W
GEOG*1300 [0.50] Intro to the Biophysical Environment, F/W (Note 1)
GEOG*1350 [0.50] Earth: Hazards and Global Change F/W (Note 1)
GEOG*2110  [0.50] Climate and the Biophysical Environment, W
GEOG*2210  [0.50] Environment & Resources, W
GEOG*2480  [0.50] Mapping and GIS, F/W
GEOG*3420  [0.50] Remote Sensing of the Environment, W
MCS*1000  [0.50] Introductory Marketing, S/F/W
POLS*3670 [0.50] Comparative Public Policy and Administration, W
POLS*3790 [0.50] The Political Economy of International Relations, W
POPM*3240  [0.50] Epidemiology, F/W
 

SUMMER SEMESTER

BIOC*2580  [0.50] Introduction to Biochemistry, S/F/W
BIOL*2060  [0.50] Ecology, S/F/W
BIOM*2000 [0.50] Concepts in Human Physiology, S/F/W
CHEM*2480 [0.50] Analytical Chemistry I, S/F/W
CHEM*2700 [0.50] Organic Chemistry I, S/W
ENVS*1060 [0.50] Principles of Geology, S/F/W
FOOD*2010 [0.50] Principles of Food Science, S/W
MCS*1000  [0.50] Introductory Marketing, S/F/W

Notes:

1 - Only one of GEOG*1300 or GEOG*1350 may be taken for credit of ENVE-1. 
2 - Course also offered on ENVE-2 list. The course can only satisfy the requirement from one list. 

ENVE-2 List: Environmental Engineering Electives (2.00 credits from ENVE-2)

Must Take At Least One Of:
ENGG*4810 [0.50] Control of Atmospheric Particulates, F
ENGG*4820 [0.50] Atmospheric Emission Control: Combustion Systems, W

Must Take At Least One Of:
ENGG*4760  [0.50] Biological Wastewater Treatment Design, W
ENGG*4770  [0.50] Physical & Chemical W/Wastewater Treatment Design, F

Remaining 1.0 credits using options below not previously taken:
ENGG*4070 [0.50] Life Cycle Assessment for Sustainable Design, W 
ENGG*4240 [0.50] Site Remediation, F
ENGG*4510 [0.50] Assessment & Management of Risk, W
ENGG*4760  [0.50] Biological Wastewater Treatment Design, W
ENGG*4770 [0.50] Physical & Chemical W/Wastewater Treatment Design, F
ENGG*4810  [0.50] Control of Atmospheric Particulates, F
ENGG*4820  [0.50] Atmospheric Emission Control: Combustion Systems, W

2. Complementary Studies Electives

B.Eng. students must select [2.00] credits (four courses) from the Complementary Studies electives. You must select one course from each of the three sub-lists (CS-1, CS-2 and CS-3). The remaining 0.5 credit can be chosen from any of the three sub-lists. These electives are meant to broaden your knowledge of society, culture, government and the economy so that you may better understand the impact of engineering on society at large.


3. Conditions for Graduation

To qualify for the degree, the student must complete the courses required for the Bachelor of Engineering Program in Environmental Engineering, obtaining a minimum of 23.50 credits, and must achieve an overall minimum cumulative average of at least 60% and a minimum cumulative average of at least 60% in all ENGG courses.

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