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Dept. of Environmental Engineering

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Dept. of Environmental Engineering

Introduction

Environmental Engineering, based on its fundamental theory of Natural Science, identifies and solves issues related to environmental pollution. With its background in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, Environmental Engineering studies the effects of pollutants on the environment and countermeasures while developing technologies to design and operate disposal systems for various pollutants. The destruction of our natural environment and changes in ecosystems, fueled by the rapid industrial growth and the steep increase in human population, are the factors that gradually put 'the right to life' at stake. The department aims to train competent professionals in the industry who can identify those environmental issues and provide creative and effective solutions.

Educational Objective

The department, in line with our national objective to pass on the precious earth to the next generation, aims to help design various technologies in environmental protection and further develop advanced environmental technologies that will contribute to the sound living of people and global prosperity. Students learn about the latest technologies in domestic and industrial sewage, air pollution control, and waste removal. With the increase in human population and the rapid industrial growth, the department encourages students to study various technologies to prevent further pollution, while also preserving and restoring the environment. The department aims to train environmental specialists who can systemize the national and local environmental data and information when it comes to automation and computer data processing.

Educational Goals

  1. To promote 'industry-academy-research' collaborative projects.
  2. To encourage the students enrolled in our master's program, to have their papers published in a national academic organization at least once.
  3. To encourage those students enrolled in our Ph.D program to have their papers published at least 3 times in a national academic organization and at least once in an international conference.
  4. To encourage students to participate in local academic activities concerning the areas of Water & Air Quality and Waste Removal.