Improve waste disposal and develop new ways to use waste products. Propose new pollution controls. Make a difference as an environmental engineer.
Use your skills and expertise to improve recycling, waste disposal, public health and water and air pollution control.
Environmental engineers typically:
To work in this field, you need to possess a deep knowledge of environmental science and engineering.
Environmental engineers earn a median salary of $78,320 (as of 2016).
Job opportunities in the industry are growing at a rate of 9-13%, with North Carolina leading the way with a job opportunity growth rate of 16%.
Most environmental engineers have a master’s degree or a bachelor’s degree in engineering and a graduate level certificate in their area of expertise. Environmental engineering is a subfield of biological agricultural engineering. The Master of Biological Agricultural Engineering explores the topics necessary for advancement in this career path.
Find out what employers are looking for. Explore environmental engineering job opportunities.
Recover hazardous dumping grounds. Prevent environmental disasters. Jumpstart your career by applying to a graduate level biological agricultural engineering certificate or program today.