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Environmental Systems Engineering Program

2020-21 Environmental Systems Engineering UG Major

UG Director: Lynn Hildemann, 313B Y2E2, hildemann@stanford.edu
Student Services: Jill Filice, 316 Y2E2, jill.filice@stanford.edu
Dept Chair: Lynn Hildemann, 313B Y2E2, hildemann@stanford.edu

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 one of three focus areas for more in-depth study: coastal environments, freshwater environments, or urban environments. This major offers somewhat more flexibility in the curriculum than the Civil Engineering degree program, and requires fewer units. The program of study, which includes a capstone experience, aims to equip engineering students to take on the complex challenges of the twenty-first century involving natural and built environments, in consulting, in industry, and in graduate school.

The Curriculum

The undergraduate Environmental Systems Engineering major provides the 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, including a capstone experience. Focus areas are:

  • Coastal Environments: Focus is on the impacts of urban areas on coastal waters, and vice versa. Study areas include coastal engineering, biological and chemical processes and contaminants in the marine environment, and issues in coastal planning and policy.
  • Freshwater Environments: Focus is on incorporating sustainability into the design, management, and protection of water supply systems. Study areas include water resources, water treatment processes, aquatic chemistry and biology, and design principles for urban waterways.
  • Urban Environments: Focus is on sustainability in the constructed urban environment, ranging from building-scale to urban-scale issues. Considerations include sustainable design and construction practices, energy technologies, water supply systems, and urban planning.

Those undergraduates potentially interested in the Environmental Systems Engineering major should examine the Civil Engineering major as a possible alternative; a comparison of these two majors is presented below.

For more information on the Environmental Systems Engineering major, please contact Jill Filice in Room 316 of the Yang and Yamazaki Environment & Energy (Y2E2) building.

A Comparison: Environmental Systems Engineering vs. Civil Engineering

Students interested in the area of civil and environmental engineering should be aware of the following differences between choosing this Environmental Systems Engineering major versus the Civil Engineering major:

Professional Considerations: The Civil Engineering degree is ABET-accredited, while the Environmental Systems Engineering major is not. A degree accredited by ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology) is a first step toward a professional engineering license. In California, you must accrue 6 years of work experience under the supervision of a licensed professional engineer before being allowed to take the licensing exam. An ABET-accredited B.S. degree counts as 4 years of this required work experience. Earning a M.S. degree from a department that offers an ABET-accredited B.S. degree will give you credit for a total of 5 years of work experience in California, regardless of whether or not your B.S. degree is ABET-accredited.

→ If you envision a career providing, supervising or managing professional engineering services (e.g. engineering investigations, design) , you will likely need to become a licensed professional engineer and should aim, via your chosen B.S. and/or M.S. (coterm) degrees, to earn ABET credit for 4-5 years of work experience.

Research Experience For Undergraduates

The department of Civil and Environmental Engineering welcomes student participation in the VPUE undergraduate research programs. Interested students should check the VPUE website and the CEE website for announcements regarding the application procedures. Program announcements typically appear in January with application due dates in February.

Links to ENVSE planning tools; 2020-21 versions will be posted as they become available (below are 2019-20 docs):

ePS Planning Sheet

ENVSE Program Sheet

ENVSE 4-Year Plans

ENVSE 4-Year Plans for going Abroad

ENVSE Flowchart

Requirements: 2020-21 Major in Environmental Systems Engineering

Find current major requirements for this and all other School of Engineering major programs at Explore Degrees

Mathematics and Science (36 units minimum)

Course Description Units Quarter
MATH 19/20/21  (req'd) Calculus (or 10 units AP Calculus)  10  A,W, A/W/S
MATH 51 or CME 100 Linear Algebra/Diff. Calculus of Several Variables 5 A,W,S
MATH 53 or CME 102, STATS 101, or Probablity/Statistics course from Approved Courses lists (req'd)     A,W,S
PHYSICS 41 or 41E [or 5 units from AP Physics C], (req'd; co-req MATH 21) Mechanics 4-5 W

CHEM 31B or 31M (formerly 31X) (req'd) [or AP Chemistry if placement exam puts into CHEM 33]

For Urban Focus Only: Can substitute PHYSICS 43

Chemical Principles 5 W,A
Additional SoE-approved Science or Math electives to reach 36 units total May include CHEM 31A & BioHopk43 as sub for BIO 43 7-10  

Technology in Society (TiS)

One 3-5 unit course required: Choose from SoE-approved course list; course chosen must be on the list the year it is taken.

Engineering Fundamentals

Two courses minimum, including:

Course Description Units Quarter
CS 106A (req’d for all 3 focus areas) Programming Methodology 5  A,W,S
ENGR 14 (prereq Physics 41) Intro to Solid Mechanics 3 A,W,S

 

Fundamental Tools/Skills 9 units (CEE 1 and one course from each of three categories below)
Required:

  • CEE 1 Introduction to Environmental Systems Engineering (req’d) 1 unit, S

 

One from CATEGORY 1: Visual Communication

Course Description Units Quarter
CEE 31 or 31Q (WAY-CE)  Accessing Architecture thru Drawing 4 W or A,S
DESINST 270 Visual Design Fundamentals (limited enrollment; application req’d) 2 A
ME 101 Visual Thinking 4 A,W,S
ME 110   Design Sketching 2 A,W,S
ARTSTUDI 160  (limited enrollment) (WAY-CE)    Intro. to Digital/Physical Design 3-4 A,W,S
OSPParis 44   Analytical Drawing & Graphic Art 2  

 

One from CATEGORY 2:  Oral/Written Communication

Course Description Units Quarter
CEE 102W  Technical and Professional Communication (WIM) 3 S
CEE 151  (limited enrollment; application req’d)  Negotiation 3 S
ENGR 103 Public Speaking 3 A,W,S
ENGR 202W Technical Communication 3 A,W,S
EARTHSYS 191 Concepts in Environmental Communication - limited enrollment 3  A
ORALCOMMM 117 Art of Effective Speaking 3 A

 

One from CATEGORY 3: Modeling/Analysis

Course Description Units Quarter
CEE 101D or S Computations in CEE (if not counted as Math) 3 A,Sum
CEE 120A Building Modeling for Design & Construction 3 A, Sum
CEE 146S  Engineering Economics and Sustainability (offered online only) 3 A,S,Sum
CEE 155 Introduction to Sensing Networks 4 S
CEE 226   Life Cycle Assessment 3-4 A
CME 211 Software Development for Scientists & Engineers (Python, C++) 3 A
CS 102 Big Data: Tools and Techniques, Discoveries… (prereq: CS106A) 3-4 W
EARTHSYS 140 Data Science for Geoscience 3 W
EARTHSYS 142 Remote Sensing of Land 4 W
EARTHSYS 144   Fundamentals of GIS  3-4 A
ESS 227 Decision Science for Environmental Threats  3-5 A

 

Writing in the Major (WIM) One 3-5 unit course required

  • Choose one from: BIOE 131, CEE 102W, COMM 120W (TiS classes); or EARTHSYS 191 or EARTHSYS 200 (Tools/Skills); CEE 136 (elective, all 3 focus areas), or CEE 100 (Urban focus/Breadth Elective)

Environmental Systems Engineering Depth:

Choose one Focus Area from Coastal or Freshwater or Urban Environments

COASTAL ENVIRONMENTS FOCUS AREA (40 UNITS MINIMUM)
Required Courses: (13-14 units)

Course Description Units Quarter
CEE 70  (if counted as Science, take 3 more units of Focus Electives)  Environmental Science & Technology 3 W
CEE 101B (incl. lab; prereq: ENGR 14) Mechanics of Fluids (or ME 70, A/W/S) 4 A

And 2 of the following 4 classes:

  CEE 162F  (prereq: PHYSICS 41) (formerly CEE164) 

  CEE 162D

  CEE 162I

  CEE 175A

 

Coastal Processes 

Intro. to Physical Oceanography (prereq: Physics 41)

Atmosphere, Ocean, & Climate Dynamics: Ocean Circulation

California Coast: Science, Policy & Law  (alt. years; application req’d.)

 

3

4

3

3-4

 

A

A

S

S

Electives: (21-25 units); Choose from (a) and (b):

Course Description Units Quarter
CEE 162D Intro. to Physical Oceanography (if not counted as a Req’d Course) 4 A
CEE 162I (prereq: CEE101B) Atmosphere, Ocean, and Climate Dynamics:the Ocean Circulation (if not counted as a req'd class) 3 S
CEE 166A  (prereq: CEE 101B)  Watersheds & Wetlands 4 A
CEE 136

or CEE 275D

or CEE 273B
Urban Development & Governance (WIM) 

or Environmental Policy Analysis  (limited enrollment)

or The Business of Water

3

4

2

W

A

S

CEE 174A (prereq: CHEM 31B)  Providing Safe Water for Developing/Developed World 3 A
CEE 174B (prereq: CEE174A) Wastewater Trtmt.: Disposal to Resource Recovery 3 W
CEE 175A  (alt. yrs) (if not counted as a Req’d Course)  Calif. Coast: Science, Policy, Law 3-4 S
CEE 177  (prereq: CHEM 31B) or CEE 170 Aquatic Chemistry and Biology 4 A
CEE 265E Adaptions to Sea Level Rise & Extreme Weather Events (limited enrollment) 3 A
CEE 272  (prereqs: CEE 101B, 177) (instructor consent req’d)  Coastal Contaminants 3 W
BIOHOPK 150H   Ecological Mechanics 3 S

BIO 30  (only if not counted as a Science) or

BIO 81  (only if not counted as a Science) or

BIOHOPK 81  (only if not counted as a Science) or

or EARTHSYS 116
or OSPAUSTL 32
or OSPGEN 53
or OSPSANTG 85

Ecology for Everyone     or

Intro. to Ecology  or

Intro. to Ecology

or Ecology of  Hawaiian Islands (alt. years)
or Coastal Ecosystems
or Corals of Palau: Ecology, …Reefs at Risk (alt. years)
or Marine Ecology of Chile and the South Pacific

4

4

4

4

3

2

5

W

A

S

A

A

SUM

A

DESINST 250 Oceans by Design 3 W

ESS 8  or

ESS 240

BIOHOPK 182H  (alt. years)

The Oceans: An Intro to the Marine Environ

Advanced Oceanography

Stanford at Sea (Oceanography lectures portion)

4

3

4

S

S

S

EARTHSYS 141    Remote Sensing of the Oceans 3-4 W
EARTHSYS 151 (prereqs: BIO 43 or BIO 30; ESS 8) + EARTHSYS 152 (prereq: CHEM 31B) (2 courses designed to be taken concurrently)  Biological Oceanography + Marine Chemistry 3-4 + 3-4 S, S

⇒ Up to 8 units of Breadth Electives may count as electives. Relevant IntroSems (see List 1 below) or Overseas/Off-Campus classes (see List 2 below), addl. ENGR Funds., addl. Tools/Skills, or Required or Focus Elective courses from other 2 EnvSE focus areas


Senior Capstone: (1 required, 3-5 units) A second capstone course may count as a Focus Elective

Course Description Units Quarter
CEE 141A (Req: CEE 136 or 275D)   Infrastructure Project Development 3 A
CEE 218Y or 218Z (application req’d)   Shaping the Future of the Bay Area 3-5 W or S
CEE 199 (must petition CEE UG Committee for approval, prior to enrollment) Undergraduate Research in CEE (must petition CEE UG Committee for approval, prior to enrollment; must have completed at least 6 focus area classes, excluding Breadth) 3-4 any

1 Relevant IntroSems/Introductory Classes (offerings vary from year to year):  See list following 3 focus area tables
2 Relevant Overseas/Off-Campus classes (offerings vary from year to year):  See list following 3 focus area table
3 Course may count as capstone only if: (a) at least 6 focus area classes, excluding breadth, have been completed before enrollment; and (b) pre-approval is obtained from CEE UG Committee on paper/project/research topic

Freshwater Environments Focus Area (40 units minimum)

Required Courses (14-15 units)

Course Description Units Quarter
CEE 70  (if counted as Science, take 3 more units of Focus Electives) Environmental Science & Technology 3 W
CEE 101B  (with lab req’d; prereq: Engr 14)  Mechanics of Fluids (or ME 70 A/W/S; 3 units) 4 A
CEE 177  (req’d; prereq: CHEM 31B)  Aquatic Chemistry and Biology 4 A

CEE 166A  (prereq: CEE 101B) or

CEE 174A (prereq: CHEM 31B) or

CEE 162E (prereq: CEE 101B) (formerly CEE 161A)

Watersheds & Wetlands OR

Providing Safe Water for Developing/Developed World

Rivers, Streams, Canals

4

3

3-4

A

A

S


Electives (20-23 units); Choose from (a) and (b):

Course Description Units Quarter
CEE 162E  (prereq: CEE 101B) (formerly CEE 161A) Rivers, Streams, Canals ( 3-4 S
CEE 162F Coastal Processes  (prereq: Physics 41) 3 A
CEE 166A  (prereq: CEE101B) (if not counted as Req’d course)  Watersheds & Wetlands 4 A
CEE 166B  (prereq: CEE 166A)  Floods & Droughts, Dams & Aqueducts 4 W

CEE 136

or CEE 275D

or CEE 273B

Urban Development and Governance (WIM)  

or Environmental Policy Analysis  (ltd enrollment) 

or The Business of Water

3

4

2

W

A

S

CEE 174A (prereq: CHEM 31B) (if not counted as Req’d course) Providing Safe Water for Developing/Developed World  3 A
CEE 174B (prereq: CEE 174A)  Wastewater Treatment.: Disposal to Resource Recovery  3 W

CEE 177L or

CEE 260D

Smart Cities & Communities

Remote Sensing of Hydrology (preeq: CS106A)

3

3

 

S

CEE 265A  (limited enrollment; offered occasionally)  Sustainable Water Resources Development 3 W
CEE 265D  (limited enrollment)  Water and Sanitation in Developing Countries 3 W
BIOHOPK 150H  (alt years)  Ecological Mechanics 3 S

⇒ Up to 8 units of Breadth Electives may count as electives. Breadth Electives may be relevant IntroSems (see List 1 below) or Overseas classes (see List 2 below); addl. Tools/Skills; addl. ENGR Funds; or Required or Focus Elective courses from other 2 EnvSE focus areas

Senior Capstone: (1 required; 3-5 units); may count a 2nd capstone course as a Focus Elective

Course Description Units Quarter
CEE 141A  (Prereq: CEE 136 recommended)  Infrastructure Project Development 3 A
CEE 218X (application req’d) Shaping the Future of the Bay Area 3-5 A
CEE 218Z  (application req’d)  Shaping the Future of the Bay Area 3-5 W or S
CEE 199  Undergraduate Research in CEE (must petition CEE UG Committee for approval, prior to enrollment; must have completed at least 6 focus area classes, excluding Breadth) 3-4 any

Urban Environments Focus Area (40 units minimum)

Required (14 units):

Course Description Units Quarter
CEE 100  (WIM)  Managing Sustainable Building Projects 4 A
CEE 101B  (incl lab; prereq: ENGR 14)  Mechanics of Fluids (or ME 70 A/W/S; 3 units) 4 A
CEE 146S Engineering Economics and Sustainability (online only) 3 A,S,SUM

CEE 176A or

CEE 176B

Energy Efficient Buildings or

100% Clean, Renewable Energy andStorage for Everything

3

3-4

W

 

Electives: (21-23 units); Choose from (a) and (b):

A.Focus Electives (at least 2 of the 4 areas below must be included, with at least 3 units from 2nd area)

(i) Building Systems

Course Description Units Quarter
CEE 102  Legal/Ethical Princip. in Design, Constr., Proj. Deliv. (if not counted as TiS) 3 W
CEE 120B Building Information Modeling Workshop  (online only)   (prereq: CEE120A) 2-4 W

CEE 130  (prereq: CEE 31/31Q) 

or CEE 131C

Architectural Design: 3-D Modeling…Method, Process

How Buildings Are Made: Materiality & Constr. Methods (alt. years)

5

4

A

W

CEE 156  Building Systems & Analysis 4 W

 

(ii) Energy Systems

Courses Description Units Quarter
CEE 107A  Understanding Energy (or CEE 107S, Summer, 3-4 units) 4-5 A,S

CEE 173S or

ENERGY 171 or

ENERGY 191

Electricity Economics  or

Energy Infrastructure, Technology and Economics or

Optimization of Energy Systems

3

3

3-4

W
CEE 176B  (PHYSICS 43 rec.) 100% Clean, Renewable Energy & Storage for Everything 3-4

S

ENERGY 104 Sustainable Energy for 9 Billion (or EE151) 3 S

(iii) Water Systems

Course Description Units Quarter
CEE 166A (prereq: CEE 101B)  Watersheds & Wetlands 4 A
CEE 166B  (prereq: CEE 166A) Floods & Droughts, Dams & Aqueducts 4 W
CEE 174A  (prereq: CHEM 31B)  Providing Safe Water for Developing/Developed World 3 A
CEE 174B (prereq: CEE 174A)  Wastewater Treatment: Disposal to Resource Recovery  3 W

(iv) Urban Planning, Design, Analysis

Course Description Units Quarter
CEE 6   Physics of Cities 3 S
CEE 177L Smart Cities and Communities 3 SUM
CEE 136
  or  CEE 275D

  or  CEE 273B

Urban Development and Governance (WIM)   or
Environmental Policy Analysis  (limited enrollment)  or
The Business of Water

3

4

2

W

A

S

ME 267 Ethics and Equity in Transport. Systems (if not counted as TiS) [WAY-ER] 3 A
SINY 162 Sustainable & Resilient Urban Systems in NYC (offered in AY19-20 only) 3-4 A

URBANST 113

or   URBANST 164   

or   URBANST 165

Introduction to Urban Design: …Theory and Practice or   [WAY-CE or SI]

Sustainable Cities      or                                                       [WAY-ED or SI]

Sustain. Urban/Regional Transportation Planning (alt. years)      [WAY-SI]

5

4-5

4-5

W

A

 

2. Breadth Electives (up to 8 units) may be relevant IntroSems (see List 1 below) or Overseas/Off-Campus classes (see List 2 below), addl. ENGR. Funds, addl. Tools/Skills, or Required or Focus Elective courses from other 2 EnvSE focus areas


Senior Capstone: (1 required, 3-5 units; a 2nd capstone may count as a Focus Elective)

Course Description Units Quarter
CEE 131D  (alt years) or CEE 131E Urban Design Studio 5 S
CEE 141A (Recommended Pre-req: CEE 102 or 275D)  Infrastructure Project Development  3 A
CEE 141B (Co-req: CEE 146S)  Infrastructure Project Delivery  3 W
CEE 226E  (prereq: CEE156) Adv. Topics in Integrated Energy-Efficient Bldg. Design 3 S
CEE 218Y or 218Z  (application req’d)  Shaping the Future of the Bay Area  3-5 W or S
CEE 243 Introduction to Urban Systems Engineering 3 A
CEE 265F Environmental Governance and Climate Resilience 3 A
CEE 199  (must petition CEE UG Committee for approval, prior to enrollment)   Undergraduate Research in Civil andEnvironmental Engineering 3-4 any

List 1 Relevant IntroSems (offerings will vary from year to year)

C = coastal, F = freshwater, U = urban (but anything listed can count as breadth for any focus area)
Autumn:

Course Description Units Of Interest to Focus Elective for Breadth Elective for
APPPHYS 79Q Energy Options for the 21st Century 3 U   C,F,U
BIO 12N Sensory Ecology of Marine Animals 3 C   C,F,U
CEE 31Q [WAY-CE] (Tools/Skills) Accessing Architecture thru Drawing  4      
CEE 80N Engineering the Built Envt   U   C,F,U
CHEMENG 60Q  Environmental Regulation & Policy 3 C F U   C,F,U
EARTHSYS 41N  The Global Warming Paradox 3 U   C,F,U

Winter:

Course Description Units Of Interest for Focus Elective for Breadth Elective for
ANTHRO 42 Megacities 5 U   C,F,U
BIO 6N Ocean Conservation: Pathways to Solutions (3) 3 C C C,F,U
BIO 30 Ecology for Everyone (focus for Coastal)   C,F C F,U
CEE 64*  Air Pollution & Global Warming 3 U   C,F,U
CEE 70* Environ. Science & Technology 3 C,F C,F U
EARTH 2 Climate & Society 3 U   C,F,U
EARTHSYS 101 Energy & the Environment 3 F   C,F,U
ECON 17N E [WAY-SI]  Energy, the Environment, and the Economy 3 U   C,F,U
ENERGY 20N Technology in Greenhouse 3 U   C,F,U
MS&E 92Q  International Environmental Policy 3 C,F,U   C,F,U
POLISCI 31Q Justice and Cities 3 U   C,F,U
URBANST 113 Intro. to Urban Design…( [WAY-CE or SI] 5 U U C,F

Spring:

Course Description Units Of Interest for Focus Elective for Breadth Elective for
ARCHLGY 156 Design of Cities 3-5 U   C,F,U
BIO 35N Climate Change Ecology – Is It Too Late?  3 C   C,F,U
BIO 130 Ecosystems of California 4 C F   C,F,U
CEE 6  Physics of Cities 3 U    
CEE 31Q [WAY-CE] (Tools/Skills) Accessing Architect. thru Drawing 4      
EARTHSYS 8 The Oceans: Intro.to Marine Environment 4 C   F,U
EARTHSYS 46N*  Critical Interface betw. Land & Monterey Bay: Elkhorn Slough 3 C   C,F,U
EARTHSYS 104 The Water Course 3 F   C,F,U
URBANST 107 Intro.to Urban/Reg. Planning (3) (alt. yrs) [WAY-SI] 3 U   C,F,U

* These Introsems are especially good choices as introductions to EnvSE.
** C = coastal, F = freshwater, U = urban (but anything listed can count as breadth elective for any focus area)

Summer: CEE 73, CEE 101S, CEE 176G, CEE 177L, EARTHSYS 41N OR See the printed UGHB 2019-20 or connect to the UGHB pdf for a list

See the printed UGHB 2019-20 Hanbook (available in 135 Huang) or connect to the pdf for a list of current Relevant Overseas/Off-Campus classes (offerings will vary from year to year). Other classes that can be taken Overseas:

-CEE 120S (on-line, any qtr, any overseas campus; Tool/Skill);

-ENGR 40M (some overseas campuses; Eng.Fund.).
-ENGR 50 (some overseas campuses; Eng.Fund.);

ENVSE Coterm Information

Dept Application Deadlines Contact Informational Website
Civil & Environmental 3rd Friday of Winter quarter

Jill Filice

Jill.filice@stanford.edu
cee.stanford.edu

Instruction For Declaring Major in Environmental Systems Engineering

  1. Enter your major declaration as Environmental Systems Engineering in Axess
  2. Print out your Stanford transcript (unofficial is fine) from Axess.
  3. You may either download and complete the Excel version of the major Program Sheet or use the online degree progress worksheet (this ePS must be printed out whenever a signature is needed). 
    1. To log in to ePS, click on the RED "Stanford WebAuth Sign in" button -- don't type in your username/password. Then click on "Program Sheets Dashboard."
    2. To open a new program sheet, start by chossing the academic year for the major you wish to use (Example: 16-17 or 18-19; must be from a year you are matriculated at SU)
    3. When you've finished filling out the worksheet, click Save at the bottom of the page; you will be able to easily access and update the ePS whenever you wish.
  4. Be sure and list all courses already taken and those you plan to take -- you will have the opportunity to revise this later, so please fill in as many courses as you can and print out. Select your ENVSE Focus area.
  5. Bring your transcript and completed program sheet to the CEE Student Services office in Room 316 of the Jerry Yang and Akiko Yamazaki Environment & Energy [Y2E2] Building and request to have an EnvSE advisor assigned to you. You may request a specific advisor if you wish. Office hours are 10 a.m. to noon and 2-4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
  6. Meet with your Environmental Systems Engineering undergraduate advisor and have him/her review and sign your program sheet.
  7. Return your signed program sheet to the CEE Student Services Specialist, who upon receiving your signed sheet will approve your major declaration in Axess.
  8. You are encouraged to meet with your CEE undergraduate adviser at least once a quarter to review your academic progress. Changes to your program sheet can be made by printing out a revised sheet, obtaining your undergraduate adviser’s signature, and returning the approved sheet to the CEE Student Services Office. NOTE – Confirm that your program sheet is up to date at least one quarter prior to graduation.
  9. Other information:
  • Procedures for requesting transfer credits and program deviations are described in detail in at the beginning of Chapter 4: "Policies and Procedures." The relevant forms are in the back of the Handbook in the "Forms" section, or on the UGHB site under the "Petitions" link. The online forms may be filled out electronically. If you are requesting transfer credits or program deviations, you should bring your completed petition form with your transcript to the CEE Student Services office. Attach your program sheet on file in CEE.
  • Check with the CEE Student Services Office to make sure that you are on the CEE UG student email list for important announcements about department events and activities.