Environmental Engineering (BSE)
The environmental engineering BSE degree program educates tomorrow’s engineers to solve complex environmental problems and design systems at the human, urban, and planetary scale. Environmental engineers are actively involved with:
- air quality monitoring and air pollution control technology;
- analysis of fate and transport of pollutants;
- application of sustainable design principles;
- design of solid waste management systems;
- design of hazardous waste containment systems;
- design and operation of water and wastewater treatment systems;
- remediation of contaminated soil, sediment, and water; and
- water quality, water conservation, and water reuse.
In recognition of the interdisciplinary nature of environmental engineering challenges, the degree incorporates courses from other programs in the Fulton Schools of Engineering including Chemical Engineering and Environmental Resources Management. Engineering courses build on strong foundation in chemistry, biology, geology, physics, and mathematics. Courses cover fundamental engineering concepts applied to environmental processes and environmental engineering design, as well as applied learning experiences including required internship or research experience and capstone design course.
Environmental Engineering, BSE
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
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