Drexel’s Environmental Engineering undergraduate program builds on information from many of the sciences such as chemistry, physics, hydrology, geology, atmospheric science and several specializations of biology (ecology, microbiology, and biochemistry). This field is closely associated with other branches of engineering, especially civil and chemical engineering. The program emphasizes the skills necessary to solve problems of the urban environment. Students learn to evaluate problems and develop solutions using a multidisciplinary approach. The breadth of the environmental engineering program prepares students to follow many career paths.
For more information on Drexel’s Environmental Engineering programs, please visit the Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering website.
Undergraduate Degree Option
- BS in Environmental Engineering
Graduate Degree Option
- MS in Environmental Engineering
- PhD in Environmental Engineering
Accelerated Degree Options