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The world environment and ecology are experiencing tremendous pressure — population growth, over-utilization of natural resources, and pollution. All create unique challenges and opportunities for environmental engineers of every specialty. The next decades will be even more demanding and important for environmental engineers. Now is the best time to find out if it is the right career for you. [ who are environmental engineers? ]
We are a small faculty that places an emphasis on advising students and providing high-quality academic programs which prepare graduates for future growth in environmental engineering and other environmental fields.
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