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Do you want to be on the frontline of developing engineering solutions to problems involving the environment, such as pollution control, waste disposal and recycling?

As a graduate of MSU Denver’s new Environmental Engineering (EVE) bachelor’s degree program you will be prepared for a career planning and designing sustainable environmental systems that maximize quality of life by minimizing the impact of human activity on the environment.

The Environmental Engineering program is a multidisciplinary, collaborative degree between the Department of Engineering and Engineering Technology and the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. You can customize your degree to meet your career goals through electives in disciplines such as civil engineering, geospatial sciences, geology, water resources and or sustainable systems. This flexibility will increase your competitiveness in an evolving job market.

As an Environmental Engineering student, you will study theory as well as experience hands-on learning to reinforce theoretical concepts. Through the Engineering core component, you’ll also gain solid training for the Fundamental Engineering (FE) exam.

Program Options


B.S. in Environmental Engineering

Learn more about MSU Denver’s other Engineering and Engineering Technology degree programs:

  • Civil Engineering Technology with a concentration in either Structures or Construction
  • Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Sustainable Systems Engineering
  • Computer Engineering

Also Check out MSU Denver’s:

Major in Advanced Manufacturing Sciences with a concentration in Civil Engineering Technology.

Benefits of Earning Your Degree at MSU Denver


The Engineering and Engineering Technology Department, which houses the Environmental Engineering (EVE) program, has many cooperative education partnerships and internships with local engineering firms through the Applied Learning Center, giving you real-world experience for a leg up in your career search after graduation.

You’ll also get to take advantage of the innovative, collaborative learning environment of MSU Denver’s new Aerospace and Engineering Sciences Building, where product development is integrated with design and research to give you ample opportunity to work with advanced technology in experiential laboratories.

Career Opportunities for Our Graduates


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The Bureau of Labor Statistics 2016 Occupational Outlook Handbook lists $84,890 as the median annual salary for environmental engineers, with an expected 12 percent job-growth rate. At just over $97,000, Colorado is among the 13 states with the highest annual mean wage in 2016 for Environmental Engineers.

Among the industries that employ Environmental Engineers are:

  • Architectural, engineering and related services
  • Federal, state and local governments
  • Management, scientific and technical consulting services
  • Waste treatment and water disposal
  • Remediation and other waste management services
  • Nonresidential building construction
  • Basic Chemical Manufacturing
  • Natural gas distribution
  • Legal services

Faculty


Jeno BaloghJeno Balogh

Professor of Civil Engineering Technology Jeno Balogh is the coordinator of the Environmental Engineering Program. He holds a Ph.D. from Budapest University of Technology and Economics.

 

Zsuzsa BaloghZsuzsa Balogh

Professor Zsuzsa Balogh has taught at MSU Denver since 2000 and is now coordinator of the Civil Engineering Technology program. She is one of 42 emerging academic leaders nationwide selected as a 2017-18 American Council on Education Fellow and a co-principal on a National Science Foundation grant, Emerging Engineers (E²) Pathways, awarded in 2016 to MSU Denver.

 

Randi BrazeauRandi Brazeau

Randi Brazeau is an assistant professor of Environmental Science in the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. She holds an Ph.D. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. In addition to teaching at MSU Denver and Virginia Tech, she was an engineering analyst at Kimley-Horn and Associates.

Example of Courses


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The 50 credit hours of required core courses include classes such as:

  • Engineered Water
  • Environmental Policy in Engineering
  • Wetland Studies
  • Soil Resources
  • Engineering Graphics: Solid Modeling
  • Strength of Materials with Laboratory
  • Fundamental Fluid Mechanics
  • Geotechnical Engineering

 

Among the many courses offered to meet the 15-credit-hour electives requirement are:

  • Applied Pollution Science
  • Environmental Remediation
  • Hydrogeology (Groundwater)
  • Humanitarian Engineering
  • Sustainable Development Strategy

Facilities & Resources


Part of the Department of Engineering and Engineering Technology, the Environmental Engineering (EVE) program is housed in MSU Denver’s new Aerospace and Engineering Sciences Building (AES).

The AES building provides a space where the study of Electrical, Civil and Mechanical Engineering Technology, Industrial Design, Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Aerospace Science and Aviation Technology are integrated through the Institute for Advanced Manufacturing Sciences.

Certain students will have the unique opportunity of working with York Space Systems’ production facilities and Mission Operations Center on the AES building’s enterprise floor.

Environmental Engineering (EVE) Program

Contact the Department of Engineering and Engineering Technology

Dr. Jeno Balogh
EVE & SSE Program Coordinator

[email protected] | 303-615-0157

Email or call with any questions regarding the Environmental Engineering Technology (EVE) program!

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