"Having committed to a major in Environemental Engineering, most of my class decisions will be decided by the Environmental Engineering Requirements. I will have choice when it comes to when I take certain Arts & Letters courses but I still have to accomodate the University's general requirments."
"I have not looked into many undergraduate minors as I feel like it would be challenging to accomodate further requirements. I am however considering the minor in sustainability which is holding an information session this week. On the minor's webpage, it states that the requirements are one gateway course, three 3-credit courses and ends with a capstone seminar and experience. This could work if I could fit it into my technical elective slots and if I can earn some credits doing research in the summers such as at UNDERC East or West. UNDERC is a research center with two locations, Montana and Michigan. I plan on participating in the summer after my Junior year. Alternatively I may consider a concentration in Bioengineering or Biosystems, which only require three credits."