2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Jun 21, 2018  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog

Environmental Engineering (B.S.Env.E)


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College of Engineering and Computer Science
Department of Civil, Environmental, and Construction
Engineering, Engineering II, Room: 211

http://www.cece.ucf.edu

Carol Ann Pohl, carolann.pohl@ucf.edu
Dr. Andrew Randall, andrew.randall@ucf.edu
Phone: 407-823-2841

Admission Requirements

  • Students wanting to declare a major in an engineering discipline must be in good academic standing and must have a “C” (2.0) or better in each of the following courses or their equivalents: MAC 2311C , MAC 2312 , PHY 2048C , and CHM 2045C  or CHM 2040  AND CHM 2041 .
  • Students wanting to declare a major in an engineering discipline must complete a change of major in the term of completion of the final pending prerequisite course(s) listed above.

Degree Requirements (128 Credit Hours)

  • The College of Engineering and Computer Science requires all engineering students to achieve a minimum 2.25 GPA in completing the courses from section Basic Core Requirements, section Advanced Core Requirements, section Restricted Electives and section Capstone Requirements listed below. Independent study courses generally do not satisfy major requirements.
  • A “C” (2.0) or better is required in each pre-requisite course in section Common Program Prerequisites, section Advanced Core Requirements, and section Capstone Requirements.
  • Students in the Environmental Engineering major are expected to make consistent good progress toward their degrees to remain enrolled in, or eligible for, any major in the College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) or the College of Optics and Photonics (COP). Therefore,any student majoring in Environmental Engineering who repeats any UCF course and does not earn a grade of “C” (2.0) or better on the second attempt will be placed on Lack of Progress Probation and remain on Lack of Progress Probation as long as the student is enrolled in a CECS or COP major. If a student on Lack of Progress Probation does not receive a grade of “C” (2.0) or better by the third attempt in the same UCF course, the student will be excluded from all CECS and COP majors. Any student majoring in Environmental Engineering who has accumulated 7 or more unsuccessful attempts (i.e., grades below “C” (2.0) and withdrawals) over all courses taken at UCF will be placed on Lack of Progress Probation and remain on Lack of Progress Probation as long as the student is enrolled in a CECS or COP major. If a student on Lack of Progress Probation has a tenth unsuccessful attempt over all courses taken at UCF, the student will be excluded from all CECS and COP majors.
  • A student who is excluded from CECS and COP majors may seek readmission to a major in CECS or COP after at least one full year has passed since exclusion. Readmission is not automatic and is dependent upon a high probability of success after readmission. Any student who is readmitted to the Environmental Engineering major will be subject to all probation conditions that applied at the time of exclusion.

General Education Program (GEP) (38 Credit Hours)


  • The UCF General Education Program (GEP) is described in this catalog. Engineering students should closely study the requirements of the UCF GEP and the allowable substitutions detailed in paragraphs A. through E. below to minimize excess hours. Students transferring to UCF from within the Florida College System or State University System should complete the GEP  and the Common Program Prerequisites  before transferring.

Communication Foundations (9 Credit Hours)


Cultural and Historical Foundations (9 Credit Hours)


Mathematical Foundations (7 Credit Hours)


Social Foundations (6 Credit Hours)


Science Foundations (7 Credit Hours)


Common Program Prerequisites (CPP) (19 Credit Hours)


These courses are specifically required for all engineering students of the Florida State University System. CPP courses are also available at other Florida postsecondary schools and may be transferred directly to UCF programs.

See “Common Prerequisites ” in the Transfer and Transitions Services section for more information.

A grade of “C” (2.0) or better is required in each course in this section.

Select one of the following sequences of courses:


Preferred course


1 also satisfy UCF GEP sub-requirements

Core Requirements: Basic Level (9 Credit Hours)


Environmental engineering majors must complete both Earth Science and Biological Science coursework. See assigned academic advisor for list of approved courses.

1 A “C” (2.0) or better is required in this course.

Select one of the following:


1 A “C” (2.0) or better is required in this course.

Restricted Electives (3 Credit Hours)


  • Technical electives are available in the BSEnvE program to address specific student interests in a variety of technical areas. Students should consult with their assigned academic advisor for a list of the approved technical electives and the terms when specific courses of this type are to be offered.

Capstone Requirements (6 Credit Hours)


  • Required Senior Design Courses

Environmental Engineering Design Specialization (3 Credit Hours)


Must be completed before registering for CGN 4808C - CECE Capstone Design 

1 A “C” (2.0) or better is required in this course.

Electives


  • None

Foreign Language Requirements


Admissions

  • Two years of one foreign language in high school, or one year of one foreign language in college (or equivalent proficiency exam) prior to graduation.

Graduation

  • None

Additional Requirements


  • EnvE students must take the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam during their Senior year. Applications must be received by the Florida Board of Professional Engineers approximately 6 months in advance of your exam date.

Required Minors


  • None

Departmental Exit Requirements


  • None

University Minimum Exit Requirements


  • A 2.0 UCF GPA
  • 60 semester hours earned after CLEP awarded
  • 48 semester hours of upper division credit completed
  • 30 of the last 39 hours of course work must be completed in residency at UCF.
  • A maximum of 45 hours of extension, correspondence, CLEP, Credit by Exam, and Armed Forces credits permitted.
  • Complete the General Education Program, the Gordon Rule, and nine hours of Summer credit.

Total Undergraduate Credit Hours Required: 128


Additional Information


Honors In Major

  • None

Related Programs

Certificates

  • None

Related Minors

Advising Notes

  • Each engineering student is assigned a qualified engineering academic advisor in the department of his/her major. Each student should seek academic advisement before registering for classes each semester to minimize excess hours and to ensure that satisfactory academic progress is being maintained.
  • The Environmental Engineering program offers the opportunity for exceptionally well qualified undergraduates to enter directly into the PhD program after completion of an appropriate BS degree. This option allows outstanding undergraduates to begin planning a research program with a specific faculty advisor even before finishing the BS, and may allow completion of the PhD in a shorter time period than by taking a separate Masters followed by the PhD.

Transfer Notes

  • Courses transferred must be formally evaluated for equivalency credit. The student must provide all supporting information with his/her petition for this evaluation.
  • EGS 1006C  and EGN 1007C  are required courses for incoming freshmen only. The credits for these two courses (one hour for each) may, with prior approval of the department academic advisor, be moved to the Restricted Elective area.

Acceptable Substitutes for Transfer Courses

  • None

Program Academic Learning Compacts

Equipment Fees

  • Part-Time Student: $44 per term
  • Full-Time Student: $87 per term

Plan of Study (128 Credit Hours)


The tentative course schedule listed below is a guide for those students who plan on completing their degree in four years. All engineering students should meet with their departmental academic advisor to develop and maintain an appropriate plan of study.

Freshman Year - Fall (15 Credit Hours)


Freshman Year - Spring (15 Credit Hours)


Sophomore Year - Summer (9 Credit Hours)


Junior Year - Fall (16 Credit Hours)


Junior Year - Spring (16 Credit Hours)


Select One: (3 Credit Hours)


Senior Year - Fall (13 Credit Hours)


Senior Year - Spring (12 Credit Hours)


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