Bachelor Environmental Engineering
Sustainable Resource Management
Water, soil and air are becoming increasingly valuable re-sources as population increases. The goal of environmental engineers is to manage these vital resources in a sustainable manner and to restore them wherever necessary.
The Bachelor’s degree program provides a solid foundation in the fundamentals of mathematics and the natural and engineering sciences. A project in the second semester gives a first insight into practical problem solving. Laboratory work also familiarizes students with the necessary analytical and experimental methods. Additional knowledge is acquired in an elective module (see below). The pro-gramme concludes with an independent Bachelor’s thesis.
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Environmental engineers produce well-founded technical solutions drawn from the engineering sciences in the following fields:
- Hydrology and water resources management, groundwater
- Environmental microfluidics
- Urban water management
- River and hydraulic engineering
- Ecological systems design
- Earth observation for environmental applications
- Industrial ecology, air quality control.
They collaborate closely with civil, geomatic and process engineers, economists and social scientists. They work mainly in the fields of water resources management, prevention of water pollution, water supply and waste water treatment, recycling and waste disposal engineering, soil protection, and air and noise pollution control. They work in planning and consulting offices, companies, public administration and research institutes; in the field of risk management in insurance companies and banks; and in development collaboration projects.
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Freedom and individual responsibility, entrepreneurial spirit and open-mindedness: ETH Zurich stands on a bedrock of true Swiss values. The university for science and technology dates back to the year 1855, when the founders of modern-day Switzerland created it as a...
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