Environmental Systems Engineering
Environmental Health and Safety Engineering Option
Description of the major
Environmental Systems Engineering is an interdisciplinary program concerned with the impact of industrial activities on the environment and the choice of cost-effective remediation strategies. The program is designed to address critical environmental problems of basic industries, such as those involved in the extraction, conversion, and utilization of energy and mineral resources. Students acquire an appropriate blend of theory, applications, and design as well as the fundamentals necessary to maintain lifelong professional growth. Graduates are prepared to enter both the private and public sectors as environmental systems engineers or to pursue further education at the graduate level.
College Email Lists (listserv)
Students may sign up for the Earth and Mineral Sciences listserv by calling the EMS Student Center at 814-863-2751. EMS Undergraduate Announcements
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