Bs in environmental engineering in Michigan state university
The environmental engineering major is designed to provide graduates with the engineering and scientific principles to analyze, design, and manage environmental systems, including water supplies, wastewater treatment facilities, air pollution control systems, surface and groundwater resources, and landfills. The program offers a thorough background in engineering fundamentals, along with a broad understanding of mathematical, physical, chemical, and biological concepts as they relate to environmental engineering.
Official high school transcripts, Marksheets and Certificates, TOEFL-IBT-79, PBT-550/IELTS-6.5/MELAB-80 for nonnative English speakers.
Environmental Scientist, Strategic Environmental Technology