Environmental Engineering

Environmental engineers use the principles of engineering, geological science, biology, physics and chemistry to develop solutions to today’s environmental problems.

Environmental engineers improve methods and policies for recycling, waste disposal, public health, control of water and air pollution along with natural resource management.

Job growth for environmental engineering is expected to grow 22 percent by 2020, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.

The University of Alabama Undergraduate Catalog is home to the most up-to-date curriculum and course information. For further information on our programs, please visit the College of Engineering section of the catalog. The College’s Academic Advising Center can assist current students with curriculum information.

Curriculum and Flowchart

General Advising

The College of Engineering Academic Advising Center helps students plan their path to a degree. Advising appointments are required for semester and long term course planning, discussing or changing a major or minor along with extended discussion of these or other advising questions.

For More Information

If you have any questions about the undergraduate environmental engineering program, contact the department.