BEng Environmental Engineering - Nottingham - Nottinghamshire - University of Nottingham - I26504

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  • Objectives
    This course responds to the growing demand for professional engineers who are specifically equipped to develop innovative solutions to the increasing challenges of human and natural impacts on the environment.
  • Entry requirements
    Required subjects: A2 or AS level maths and at least one other science subject IB score: On an individual basis
  • Academic title
    BEng Environmental Engineering
  • Course description
    BEng Environmental Engineering

    Programme

    Year one

    During the first year, the emphasis is on the development of basic engineering and environmental knowledge and skills. This includes fluid mechanics, introductory geology, introductory chemistry, environmental engineering applications, environmental chemistry, sustainability and environmental processes.

    Year two

    You focus on continued development and use of skills and knowledge in environmental applications. This includes hydrology, site investigation, engineering thermodynamics, probabilistic and statistical techniques for engineers, environmental assessment, waste management, engineering geology and energy.

    Year three

    You examine some of the more complex environmental engineering topics and there is a strong emphasis on design and industrial applications. This includes air pollution, water treatment, engineering management and accounting, hazardous waste management, remote sensing, energy management, and soil and water pollution.

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