The Environmental Engineering Program leads to the B.S. Degree in Environmental Engineering. The program offers basic knowledge in environmental engineering subjects that will allow students to understand and subsequently acquire additional knowledge in their specialized fields of interest, according to personal inclination and available opportunities. Courses are offered, among others, in the fields of water supply engineering, wastewater engineering, air pollution and control, hazardous waste management, solid waste and resource recovery engineering, occupational safety and health, environmental impact assessment, environmental toxicology and structural design for environmental engineers. Elective courses in the specialization component are offered. The students are encouraged to select their elective courses so that they best fit their interests, abilities and career opportunities.
The mission of the Environmental Engineering Program is to prepare and motivate students from diverse backgrounds to achieve excellence through intellectual, humanistic, scientific, and technological advancements on their way to becoming practicing professional environmental engineers with a sense of social responsibility.