Environmental Engineering (Master's degree)University of Saskatchewan
About this program
Environmental Engineering is a multidisciplinary blend of skills and strategies from agriculture & bioresource, chemical, civil and geological engineering. Environmental engineers find solutions to the environmental challenges associated with resource development, waste management, urbanization, industry and many other aspects of our modern technological society. Environmental engineers are focused and highly trained professionals who are well positioned to lead multidisciplinary teams of professionals.
The M.Eng. is designed for students who wish to obtain advanced knowledge in a specialized field, but who do not need traditional research training. A master's degree consists of 30 credit units of study, at least 18 of which are normally required of a master's candidate in the same level of specialization and completion of an appropriate project report.
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The University of Saskatchewan
USask is one of the top research-intensive, medical doctoral universities in Canada, and is home toworld-leading researchin areas of global importance, such as water and food security and infectious diseases. Study and discovery is enhanced by our outstanding facilities, including...
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