The environmental engineering program is preparing students to act as leaders in the community by applying environmental engineering solutions that have global and societal benefits and are consistent with the principles of sustainability. Students take basic engineering courses and physical, chemical, and biological sciences in the freshman and sophomore years. In the junior and senior years, the fundamentals are applied for multidsciplinary problem solving in various environmental fields.
Graduates in this program will complete 135 credits. These credits include the SoE general education requirements. The full list of general education requirements can be found at soe.rutgers.edu/oas/geneds.