Washington University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science is delighted to announce a new degree program launching in spring of 2019. You can now earn a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering through the Department of Energy, Environmental and Chemical Engineering at WashU!
This new degree program was created in response to an increasing demand for the environmental engineering science minor (which will still be available to students in all divisions) and has been designed to provide students with comprehensive training in environmental engineering fundamentals to ultimately prepare them for careers and/or graduate studies in the industry.
The Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering will make WashU one of three schools in the country to integrate chemical and environmental engineering. Its cross-disciplinary curriculum will focus on research in water quality, aerosols and air quality, environmental nanotechnology, and molecular and synthetic biology.
While the program will be rigorous, it will also be flexible allowing students to minor in other subjects, study abroad, participate in co-ops, and more.
If you have additional questions, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 314-935-6000 or 800-638-0700, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.