UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

Environmental Engineering Technology Plan

Bachelor of Science Degree. Agricultural Engineering Technology. Environmental Engineering Technology Option. Academic Advising Plan

Visit the Agricultural Engineering Technology Department page to learn more about the program.


Fall Spring
Freshman Year

AET 150 Intro to Agricultural Engineering - 3
GENG 121 Engineering Drawing - 3
General Education SI (CHEM 120 or CHEM 121) - 5-6
General Education CW (ENGL 100) - 3
Total semester credits - 14-15

AET 185 Professional Seminar I - 1
SOIL 120 Introduction to Soil Science - 3
General Education M (MATH) - 3-4
General Education CS (COMS 101 or COMS 116) - 3
General Education SB - 3
Total semester credits - 13-14

Sophomore Year

AET 285 Professional Seminar II - 1
AGEN 240 Structures - 3
AGEC 230 Agricultural Economics - 3
ESM 105 Intro to Environmental Studies - 3
General Education SI (PHYS 121 or PHYS 131) - 5
Total semester credits - 15

GENG 265 Engineering Graphics - 3
General Education CA (ENGL 200) - 3
BIOL 150 General Biology - 3
CHEM 122 General Chemistry II - 5
Social and Behavioral Science - 3
Total semester credits - 17

Junior
Year

AET 350 Applied Electricity - 3
AGEN 352 Food & Process Engineering - 3
AGEN 365 Waste Management Systems - 3
CHEM 230 General Organic Chemistry - 3
General Education HF - 3
Total semester credits - 15

AET 385 Professional Seminar III - 1
AET 355 Irrigation and Drainage - 3
GENG 345 Machine Design I - 3
BIOL 324 Microbiology - 4
American Cultural Diversity - 3
Total semester credits - 14

Senior
Year

AET 485 Professional Seminar IV - 1
AET Technical Elective - 3
AET 425 Environmental Engineering Technology - 4
GENG 235 Surveying - 3
Global Perspectives GP - 3
Total semester credits - 14

GENG 215 Engineering Project Management - 3
AET 251 Introduction to Instrumentation - 3
Humanities and Fine Arts - 3
AET Technical Elective - 4
Total semester credits - 13

Summary of Degree Requirements

General Education - 41-43 cr.
Core - 29 cr.
Option Requirements - 27-28 cr.
Required Supporting Courses - 6-14 cr.
Credits to Degree - 120 cr.

This academic plan is an example of how students might choose to fulfill program requirements within a period of four years. After consulting with their advisers students may make other course choices which would meet the program requirements and be more suitable for them.