Environmental Engineering, M.Eng.
The faculty in Environmental Engineering are passionate about water, the environment, energy, and the creation of new solutions for evolving environmental challenges and want to share that excitement and knowledge with you.
Courses and seminars span the water-energy nexus that include sustainable water supply and sustainable energy. More traditional topics include hydrology, wastewater treatment, environmental remediation, organic micro-pollutants and emerging contaminants. One also needs to understand how pollutants move through the environment so the program includes environmental fluid mechanics, environmental transport processes, experimental methods and monitoring, and numerical methods and modeling. After studying problems and understanding the issues, engineers need to develop solutions to manage our water and land resources, and to protect the environment.
Where do our graduates go?
Recent graduates have received job offers from a wide array of top firms including: Arcadis, Black & Veatch, Bloomberg New Energy Finance, Brown and Caldwell, CH2M, GHD, ERM, Nomura Research Institute, QEA Anchor, and Veolia North America as well as water departments of major cities, startup consulting, and more.
The Cornell Masters of Engineering program is one of our top recruiting locations. The students are well prepared due to the technical knowledge and analytical problem-solving capabilities which they learn. But it’s the self-motivation, oral & written communication skills, team-building and leadership skills which they learn that make them excellent consultants and allow them to quickly progress within our organization.
Apply your skills to a real engineering problem
M.Eng. Environmental Project ExperienceClick to Open
Many universities focus on teaching students what the faculty know; with our design projects we educate engineers to generate new knowledge.
Learn more about our projects