Environmental Health EngineeringPrint
Topics of Study
In this program, you will learn to apply mathematical and natural scientific principles to the design, development, operation, and evaluation of environmental systems. This includes systems that control contained living environments and monitor and control factors in the external natural environment, such as pollution control, waste and hazardous material disposal, health and safety protection, conservation, and life support. You will learn how industry affects the environment, and ways to reverse damaging effects of air and water pollution on our health.
- A bachelor's degree is sufficient for entry-level environmental engineering jobs such as ecologist, park ranger, or public health administrator.
- Graduates with an advanced degree may do research and development, work as consultants, or have jobs in manufacturing, construction, management, sales, or education.
- Environmental Engineer
- Environmental Health Inspector
- Industrial Engineer
- Occupational Health/Safety Spec
- Safety Engineer
- Sales Engineer