Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering Program By Missouri University of Science and Technology |Top Universities

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering

  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Duration 48 months

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Think green! Environmental engineers are trained to develop new methods to solve problems that exist either in the environment or in an engineered system. They protect the environment by examining water and wastewater treatment, air pollution control and treatment, solid waste management and hazardous waste site remediation. Your service to the world, its development and improvement are fundamental aspects of an environmental engineering career. Environmental engineers are problem solvers… applying the latest in high-tech equipment and sophisticated procedures to address complex challenges facing our environment. Where do environmental engineers work: Environmental engineers consult on wastewater, pollution and hazardous waste cleanup or might work for the EPA, state departments of natural resources, as city planners, municipal engineers or manufacturing, mining and oil drilling specialists. A degree in environmental engineering is also a great preparation for graduate school. Mission Statement The environmental engineering program will prepare students for a career in the global, interdisciplinary field of environmental engineering and for life-long development in the profession. The program's fundamental base in biological and earth sciences and development of specific engineering application skills prepares graduates to approach unique, atypical problems with a true problem-solving approach, develop solutions to benefit society and the environment, and promote these solutions. Environmental Engineering Program Educational Objectives Consistent with the mission statement, graduates of the Missouri S&T environmental engineering program will demonstrate, within a few years of graduation: professional development, technical competency, responsibility and knowledge of leadership, an ability to communicate effectively, an ability to work in teams, and a holistic view of problems within their field. Program Outcomes Consistent with the program educational objectives listed above, the Missouri S&T environmental engineering program graduates will have: ability to apply knowledge of mathematics including differential equations, probability and statistics, sciences including physics, chemistry, biology, and geology, and engineering fundamentals including fluid mechanics ability to outline and conduct experiments in sciences and in at least two environmental engineering areas ability to carry out the design of an integrated system and its various components and processes for an environmental engineering project effective communication in multi-disciplinary environments ability to identify, evaluate, and solve environmental engineering problems understanding of the responsibility of environmental engineers to practice in a professional and ethical manner at all times ability to communicate effectively using oral, written, and graphic forms ability to provide leadership when working in multi-disciplinary teams understanding of the potential impacts of engineering solutions on society and the environment understanding of the need for up-to-date engineering tools acquired through life-long learning knowledge of contemporary issues related to environmental engineering environmental engineering project management skills and design techniques proficiency as demonstrated by problem solving in at least four environmental engineering areas ability to explain environmental issues associated with air, land, and water systems and associated environmental health impacts