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BS Environmental Engineering

BS Environmental Engineering

Challenges in energy, water resources, solid waste, air quality, globalization, climate change, urban sprawl, food production and environmental degradation must be addressed in a comprehensive effort to promote a sustainable and resilient society.  Graduates of our Environmental Engineering program will be uniquely prepared for careers devoted to finding solutions to these and other problems. We place a strong emphasis on community-oriented service learning projects to provide our students experience integrating engineering with political and societal constraints. Students earning this degree are ready for careers in a wide range of design and policy areas.

Environmental Engineering Program Mission 

The University of Georgia Environmental Engineering undergraduate program provides engineering education in a liberal arts background producing graduates with the ability to integrate knowledge from several disciplines including skills to analyze and design relevant systems for solving problems. The graduates of this program have a deep background in engineering, mathematical and environmental sciences, and the ability to design systems that integrate the environment with technology. Graduates will possess the talents needed to accomplish responsible growth while addressing the requirements for maintaining and enhancing diverse ecological systems.

Program Educational Objectives

The following Program Educational Objectives relate to the knowledge, skills, and behaviors that UGA College of Engineering alumni with degrees in environmental engineering should demonstrate as they move through their careers as engineers and as contributing members of society:

  • Achieved a high level of expertise to create design solutions for environmental problems that require integration of environmental and human health constraints compatible with economic growth, sustainable development and ethical standards.
  • Established themselves in positions of leadership in their profession and their community.
  • Continued their education through professional licensure, certification, or pursuit of a graduate degree.

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