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Professor Ruth Richardson's Lab

Many graduates from The Environmental Engineering Program continue their education at the finest graduate schools around the world. They pursue Master of Engineering (M. Eng.),Master of Science (M.S.), or Doctoral (Ph.D.) programs in various related engineering disciplines, or they sometimes complement their engineering degrees with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) or Doctor of Law (LLD) degree. Because of the requirements for coursework in biology and chemistry, the undergraduate major in Environmental Engineering is also an excellent choice for students interested in medical school.

Career opportunities for Environmental Engineering graduates cover the spectrum of private industry, public agencies,educational institutions, and graduate and professional programs in engineering, science, medicine, and law. In recent years graduates have pursued careers in consulting, management and business, and international development.