The mission of the undergraduate program in Environmental Systems Engineering is to prepare students for incorporating environmentally sustainable design, strategies and practices into natural and built systems and infrastructure involving buildings, water supply, and coastal regions. Courses in the program are multidisciplinary in nature, combining math/science/engineering fundamentals, and tools and skills considered essential for an engineer, along with a choice of 3 focus areas for more in-depth study: coastal environments, freshwater environments, or urban environments. This major offers the opportunity for a more focused curriculum than the Environmental and Water Studies concentration in the Civil Engineering degree program. The program of study, which includes a capstone experience, aims to equip engineering students to take on the complex challenges of the 21st Century involving natural and built environments, in consulting and industry as well as in graduate school.
Aeronautics and Astronautics
Anthropology is devoted to the study of human beings and human societies as they exist across time and space.
Understand large- and local-scale climate, air pollution, and energy problems and solve them through clean, renewable, and efficient energy systems.
Mathematical and Computational Science
Study the mathematics basic to all the mathematical sciences and an introduction to concepts and techniques of computation, optimal decision making, probabilistic modeling and statistical inference.