Civil Engineering students have the opportunity to earn dual degrees in Civil Engineering and Environmental Sciences. The additional degree requires 53 credits in Environmental Sciences courses, which can be taken concurrent to Civil Engineering courses or as an add-on year. The dual degree in Environmental Sciences places engineering projects in the context of environmental impacts and environmental regulations, and expands the range of job opportunities for Oregon Tech Civil Engineering graduates. The purpose of the concurrent programs is to challenge motivated students to become even better prepared for the engineering and environmental job markets. To obtain both degrees, students must complete the following listed courses along with the courses required for the Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.