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Engineering Management - Environmental Engineering Concentration

The Environmental Engineering concentration curriculum provides a foundation in environmental engineering while developing the skills necessary to achieve practical and economical solutions to environmental challenges pertaining to industry and society. Graduates will have an impact on our global progress toward achieving a sustainable society.

Environmental Engineering Concentration


Complete all of the following:
  • CHM 142/145 College Chemistry II and lab (3, 2)
  • CHM 231 Fund of Organic Chemistry (4)
  • MTH 245 Differential Equations for Engineers (3)
    • or MTH 246 Lin Alg and Diff Eqns for Engineers (4)
    • or MTH 347 Differential Equations (3)
  • CPB 204 Materials and Energy Balances (2)
  • CPB 219 Statics and Mechanics of Materials (3)
    • or MME 211 Static Modeling of Mech System (3)
  • CPB 244 Intro to Environmental Engineering (3)
  • CPB 311 Unit Operations Laboratory I (2)
  • CPB/MME 314 Thermodynamics (3)
  • CPB 318 Transport Phenomena (4)
  • CPB 471, 472 Engineering Design I, II (2, 2)   MPC
  • STA 301 Applied Statistics (3)
    • or STA 261 Statistics (4)
Select three of the following:
  • CPB 405 Industrial Environmental Control (3)
  • CPB 414 Mass Transport and Unit Operations (4)
  • CPB 441 Pollution Prevention (3)
  • CPB 442 Air Pollution Control (3)
  • MME 451 Sustainability in Design (3)

University and Divisional Requirements

A minimum of 124 credit hours is required for graduation from Miami University. Total hours vary by concentration.

Double Majors

Students with two majors in the College of Engineering and Computing must take a minimum of 15 different/additional credit hours in their second major beyond the requirements of their first major.

Credit/No-Credit Requirement

All courses in chemistry, physics, biology, mathematics, statistics, the business core and entrepreneurship, and those in the College of Engineering and Computing (CPB, CSE, ECE, MME, EGM, CEC) that are used to fulfill requirements of the major, must be taken for a letter grade.

Intercultural Perspectives

The Miami Plan Intercultural Perspectives Requirement is fulfilled by completing three hours in an approved Intercultural Perspectives course. This course cannot count as a Miami Plan Foundation course. A list of courses that currently meet this requirement can be found at:

Experiential Learning

The Miami Plan Experiential Learning Requirement carries no specific credit hour minimum and can be fulfilled by coursework, service learning, independent study, internships, student teaching, performance or portfolio projects. Any senior design capstone sequence in the College of Engineering and Computing meets the Experiential Learning requirement: CPB 471 and 472; CSE 448 and 449; ECE 448 and 449; MME 448 and 449.

All concentrations

At least nine credit hours from three different subject areas must be Signature Inquiry (SI)

courses. Courses with SI designations may include courses in your program, major, or the Miami Plan Perspective Areas (PA). CEC 111 and CEC 112 fulfill four of the nine required credit hours in one subject area ("CEC").

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Department of Chemical, Paper, and Biomedical Engineering

Engineering Building 64
650 E. High Street
Oxford, OH 45056