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Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering

Johns Hopkins University

Homewood Campus, Baltimore, United States
  • QS World University Rankings
    24
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors

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Students graduating with a B.S. in Environmental Engineering will have demonstrated the ability to: Understand and apply the principles upon which engineering practice is based, including physical, chemical, and biological science, mathematics and scientific computation; economics; and engineering science; Have the knowledge and skills to design, conduct, and evaluate experiments; Understand the cross-media (air, water, earth) nature of environmental problems and the need for multidisciplinary approaches to their solution; Be able to design systems, components, or processes that provide engineering solutions to environmental problems given realistic economic, social, political, ethical, health, safety, and sustainability constraints; Demonstrate critical thinking skills and an ability for independent study needed to engage in life-long learning; Possess the knowledge and skills to identify, formulate, and implement solutions to engineering problems using modern engineering tools and synthesizing different fields of knowledge; Communicate both orally and in writing, and effectively function in multidisciplinary teams; Are broadly educated to understand contemporary issues, the social nature of environmental problems, and the context in which environmental engineering is practiced in modern society; Have access to specialized training through coursework and research; Understand professional ethics and the value of service through participation in technical activities and in professional organizations.