Earn a broad-based science and engineering education, followed by advanced courses in air and water pollution control, hazardous wastes, soils remediation, pollution prevention, health risk analysis, and land reclamation. Use computers extensively for engineering design and problem solving. Learn in an environment that includes “hands on” laboratory classes and plenty of classroom discussion, as you study how pollutants are generated, measured and controlled. Study in one of the oldest and most established Environmental Engineering degree programs anywhere in the world.
Degrees, Options and Specializations
Pursue a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering.
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The bachelor of science in Environmental Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
Environmental Engineering boasts a consistent 100% placement rate with high starting salaries.
I was taught the complicated world of air pollution. This experience… helped me not only secure a job as an air compliance officer, but also provided a solid foundation that prepared me to be successful at my job.
-Karen Gillespie, Environmental Engineer Specialist, Air Resources Management Bureau, Montana Department of Environmental Quality
Our students often work in groups to solve real-world engineering problems. Sometimes they compete in national and international competitions. And they have done an outstanding job, winning such competitions for 15 years in a row.
-Kumar Ganesan, Ph.D. Department Head/Professor of Environmental Engineering, School of Mines and Engineering