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University of Melbourne Masters Degrees in Environmental Engineering

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As an environmental engineer you can make a difference to the world in which you live, and be part of a profession that has a profound impact on human health and quality of life. Read more

As an environmental engineer you can make a difference to the world in which you live, and be part of a profession that has a profound impact on human health and quality of life.

Environmental engineers design and build sustainable solutions to environmental problems, such as climate change, water scarcity and bushfire management. You will learn from leaders in hydrology, hydraulics, water resources and waste management. You will be guided by consultants, who will share their expertise in environmental engineering projects from around the world, in countries, such as China, Vietnam, Thailand, Nepal, Sri Lanka and India. The course features guest lecturers and seminars by industry professionals, community project work, technical society meetings and site visits.

The Master of Engineering (Environmental) will lead to a formal qualification in environmental engineering.

CAREER OUTCOMES

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Environmental engineering is a rapidly growing field and is an exciting area for anyone with an interest in understanding complex environmental systems and developing the technical, management and policy solutions to deal with these issues. With growing opportunities, as well as new kinds of jobs being developed in environmental areas, such as bushfire protection, carbon management, climate change, sustainable systems, land and water management, conservation and hydrology, waste management and renewable energy, you can be assured of a satisfying career.

Employment opportunities exist in consulting firms, conservation and natural resource management agencies, environmental protection agencies, catchment management authorities, and in research, government and academia. Companies that employ environmental engineering graduates include: GHD, Golder Associates, Alluvium, Jacobs, John Holland, Coffey International Pty Ltd and AECOM.

PROFESSIONAL ACCREDITATION

The Master of Engineering is professionally recognised under two major accreditation frameworks — EUR-ACE® and the Washington Accord (through Engineers Australia). Graduates can work as chartered professional engineers throughout Europe, and as professional engineers in the 17 countries of the Washington Accord.



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Environmental engineers manage and evaluate sustainable solutions for their impact on the economy, society and the environment. This program provides engineers with advanced knowledge and skills in sustainable development and environmental management. Read more

Environmental engineers manage and evaluate sustainable solutions for their impact on the economy, society and the environment.

This program provides engineers with advanced knowledge and skills in sustainable development and environmental management. You will develop a broad understanding of environmental management practice, while investigating themes that focus on waste management, energy and water resources. You will model and analyse the environmental impacts of engineering solutions and discover the best ways to manage the environmental aspects of business.

The program has a strong industry focus with at least half of all subjects led by industry practitioners. You may also undertake a research project in industry as part of your course. You will develop skills in an environmental sector of your own interest. Topics covered will range from air pollution, water and wastewater, municipal solid wastes, cleaner production, environmental management systems, noise, vibration, water resources management and energy resources management, to politics, the law and the economy. This program will suit qualified engineers wanting to upskill, change their career, or extend their current knowledge of environmental engineering.

CAREER OUTCOMES

Environmental engineering is a growth area with many job opportunities in fields such as bushfire protection, carbon management, climate change, sustainable systems, land and water management, conservation and hydrology, waste management and renewable energy. Career opportunities exist in government environmental organisations and in a variety of consulting and technical roles in industry.

Our graduates work as environmental officers with local councils and other government authorities and in water and land management roles for the Environment Protection Authority, Department of Sustainability and Environment, water and water catchment authorities and as consultants. Companies that employ environmental engineering graduates include: GHD, Golder Associates, Alluvium, John Holland, Coffey International and Jacobs.



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