Environmental Engineering
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Environmental Engineering

Our certified environmental engineering course imparts knowledge on environmental issues and emphasizes finding scientific solutions to resolve these issues, such as reducing automobile pollution and discovering new renewable energy sources. It primarily teaches aspirants how to design policies and regulate technological development to manage contaminated lands and save people along with environmental elements. An environmental engineer mainly works towards improving the recycling and waste disposal processes and ensures strong public health by keeping a check on water and air pollution. In all, once you become an environmental engineer, you will be required to apply the principles of engineering, biology, soil science, and chemistry to develop innovative solutions to resolve environmental problems.

Job Titles
  • Chemical Engineer
  • Ecologist
  • Waste Management Officer
  • Public Health Specialist
  • Geologist
  • Agricultural Engineer
  • Biologist

Environmental engineering offers a lot more to its professionals. For example, aspirants have the option to work in numerous environmental fields, generating a decent pay. Also, the demand for environmental engineers always stays at an all-time high as both governmental and non-governmental organizations constantly need them for risk evaluations, public safety, and many other projects. Additionally, in today’s era, businesses often need environmental engineers to discover ways to avoid or reduce produced pollutants or to separate them for safer disposal in the environment.

Can I just enroll in a single course?

No, you can get yourself enrolled in multiple courses at one time.

What is the refund policy?

We do not offer any refund once your registration is completed.

What background knowledge is necessary?

We have certain prerequisites for each course that one should possess to get enrolled for the specific course.

Do I need to take the courses in a specific order?

Not necessarily, we offer flexible learning.

Environmental Engineering

Environmental Engineering is a wider field having multiple sub-branches, including biological engineering, chemical engineering, radioactive engineering, and even mechanical engineering. Professionals having knowledge of any of these above-mentioned fields possess higher chances of employability both in India and abroad. After completing our meticulous curriculum of environmental engineering course, one can actively seek jobs in the private or public sectors.

01 Hydrologic Processes and Modeling
02 Solid Waste Engineering
03 Water Engineering
04 Wastewater Engineering
05 Environmental Systems Analysis
06 Environmental Chemistry and Microbiology
07 Environmental risk assessment
08 Environmental Quality Modeling
09 Environmental Statistics and Experimental Design
10 Environmental Impact Assessment
11 Industrial Waste Management and Audit
12 Emerging Technologies for Environmental Management
13 Thermal Techniques for Waste Management
14 Life Cycle Analysis and Design for Environment
15 Fundamental of Aerosol: Health and Climate Change
16 Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment
17 Environmental Implications of Engineered Nanomaterials
18 Water Distribution and Sewerage Network Design
19 Advanced Air Pollution Laboratory
20 Advanced Water and Wastewater Laboratory
21 Air Pollution and Control

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  • 1 day ago

    The course gave me a lot of information about the related topics and the most amazing part was the descriptive lectures taken by the certified tutors.

  • 1 day ago

    I am glad to have taken a chance with Mastersweek’s Environmental engineering course. It was truly an exceptional learning experience, and a big thanks to my mentor for helping me throughout.

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