Title of the Programme
The programme shall be Bachelor of Engineering in Environmental Engineering and Management B.Eng. (EEM)
The Environmental Engineering and Management Program looks for solutions to various environmental problems, including wastewater treatment and disposal systems, air pollution, solid and hazardous wastes, waste minimization and life cycle assessment, environmental impact assessment and more.
In response to the regional demand, we offer specialization in,
- Environmental Technology and Management – with a focus on a systems approach to managing the environment, including the interrelated roles of the industry and the government agencies.
- Water and Wastewater Engineering – responds to the need to produce engineers specialised in the planning, design, operation and management of water supply, wastewater treatment and disposal systems. It brings into focus the development of advanced treatment systems.
Developed in collaboration with the industry and the public sector environmental specialists, the program offers an integrated approach towards the current and long term environmental issues, planning and management for the sustainable development of industrial production systems.
Environmental Engineering and Management is concerned with the study of clean technologies that have no or as little impact on the environment as possible. An environmental engineer is involved in research and development of alternative energy sources, water reclamation, waste treatment and recycling. Environmental engineering also focuses on protecting public health, thus contributing to a sustainable development. Sub-disciplines of environmental engineering include: geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, transportation engineering.