The undergraduate program provides students with a basic understanding of the fundamentals of Environmental Engineering, as well as a broad background in related areas. Students enrolled in the Environmental Engineering Undergraduate Program acquire the practical insight necessary to compete for career opportunities in government, industry, municipalities, environmental and consulting firms, public health services, and environmental research laboratories. Moreover, the Program, with 30% of courses in English, provides the essential educational infrastructure required for continuing on for advanced degrees in a number of environmentally-related fields.
The annual enrollment for the undergraduate program is about 50-60. Currently (2016 Fall Semester), there are 429 ( ca. 30% in language prep classes) registered students. Among 55 courses offered in the Program, there are 22 compulsory and 33 elective courses, adding to a total of 153.5 credits.
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