Environmental Engineering

 

1. Training objectives:

1.1. Coursework master:
- Prepare students at more specialized level to meet present and future challenges in specialty area in environmental engineering, such as air pollutions, wastewater, solid waste and hazadous waste treatment.

- Develop the necessary engineering research skills to engage in successful research and to pursue further graduate studies in experimental planing, design and data analysis.

- Demonstrate advanced technical knowledge to pursue careers in the environmental enginering professional practice at various levels

1.2. Research master:

- Prepare students at more specialized level to meet present and future challenges in specialty area in environmental engineering, such as air pollutions, wastewater, solid waste and hazadous waste treatment.

- Develop the necessary engineering research skills to engage in successful research and to pursue further graduate studies in experimental planing, design and data analysis.

- Demonstrate advanced technical knowledge to pursue careers in the environmental enginering professional practice at various levels

2. Learning outcomes:

2.1. Coursework master:

- To have an understanding of academic standards, professional and ethical responsibility

- To have an ability to use contemporary techniques, skills, and tools necessary for engineering practice in prevention and pollution control

- To continue the graduate studies or professional placement in PhD level.

- To serve in primary roles as graduate research assistants on research projects or on problem investigations sponsored by companies, associations, or government agencies looking for new methodology or science to advance
knowledge and solve problems

- English language requirement: TOEIC 550; TOEFL ITP 450, iBT 45; IELTS 5.0

2.2. Research master:

- To have an understanding of academic standards, professional and ethical responsibility

- To have an ability to use contemporary techniques, skills, and tools necessary for engineering practice in prevention and pollution control

- To continue the graduate studies or professional placement in PhD level.

- To serve in primary roles as graduate research assistants on research projects or on problem investigations sponsored by companies, associations, or government agencies looking for new methodology or science to advance knowledge and solve problems

- English language requirement: TOEIC 550; TOEFL ITP 450, iBT 45; IELTS 5.0