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Environmental Engineering

Study Type
On Campus
Education Level
Masters Degree

The Environmental Engineering graduate program combines those aspects of Chemical, Civil, and Geological Engineering most applicable to environmentally related problems. This program is, to our best knowledge, unique in the combination of these three disciplines for the training of graduate students in environmental engineering. These interdisciplinary M.S., M.Engr., and Certificate programs provide high-quality education and skill development opportunities, prepare students to be professionally successful, to be life-long learners, and to be knowledgeable, contributing members of a multicultural, global society. The faculty of the three participating departments and participating UND Energy and Environmental Research Center (EERC) personnel represent a tremendous wealth of environmental expertise based on past and current field and laboratory research, consulting experience, professional organization involvement, and formal continuing education and technical training. They also have strong working relationships with personnel from a wide variety of industries, municipalities, consulting firms, governmental agencies, and research-funding organizations. These relationships will provide many opportunities for collaboration and research, which will be beneficial to all stakeholders of the programs.

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