Degree Requirements

These are the course and credit requirements for a Major in Environmental Engineering Technology. View the Environmental Engineering Technology Major on the UW-Green Bay Catalog.

Supporting Courses39
BIOLOGY 201
& BIOLOGY 202
Principles of Biology: Cellular and Molecular Processes
and Principles of Biology Lab: Cellular and Molecular Processes
CHEM 211
& CHEM 213
Principles of Chemistry I
and Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory
CHEM 212
& CHEM 214
Principles of Chemistry II
and Principles of Chemistry II Laboratory
ET 101
Fundamentals of Engineering Technology
ET 103
Surveying
ET 105
Fundamentals of Drawing
MATH 202
Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
MATH 203
Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
MATH 260
Introductory Statistics
PHYSICS 103
Fundamentals of Physics I (Algebra or Calculus based equivalent)
or PHYSICS 201
Principles of Physics I
Fundamentals Group Courses28
BIOLOGY 322
Environmental Microbiology
CHEM 207
Laboratory Safety
ET 118
Fluids I
ET 201
Introduction to Environmental Engineering
ET 203
Introduction to Water and Waste Water
ET/ENV SCI 320
The Soil Environment
ET/ENV SCI 330
Hydrology
ET 391
GIS
GEOSCI 202
Physical Geology
Advanced Study Group Courses20
ET 360
Project Management
Choose a minimum of one course from the following course list:
ET 331/ENV SCI 335
Water and Waste Water Treatment
ET/ENV SCI 334
Solid Waste Management
Choose a minimum of one course from the following course list
ET/ENV SCI 464
Atmospheric Pollution and Abatement
ECON 305
Natural Resources Economic Policy
ET/ENV SCI 305
Environmental Systems
ET/ENV SCI 323
Pollution Prevention
ET 377
Industrial Safety and Hygiene
ET/ENV SCI 415
Solar and Alternate Energy Systems
ET 420
Lean Processes
ET/ENV SCI 424
Hazardous and Toxic Materials
ET/ENV SCI/GEOSCI 432
Hydrogeology
ET/ENV SCI 433
Ground Water: Resources and Regulations
ET/WATER 444
Geochemistry of Natural Waters
PU EN AF 378
Environmental Law
Final Project:
ET 400
Co-op/Internship in Engineering Technology
or ET 410
Capstone Project