ENGINEER YOUR OWN CAREER
In this world what is the one thing we all share?
Yes, that’s right, the environment… we all have to live in it. Protecting our environment is one of the paramount issues we face. But why not be part of the solution and help fix it by becoming an Environmental Engineer?
With rising pollution levels, deforestation, and more, environmental engineers can help reduce the risk and safeguard the environment. They aren’t your ordinary nature lovers. In fact, they are professionals with scientific minds who generally take care of excessive pollution levels, the management of hazardous waste and the preservation of the environment.
Environmental engineering is a great career choice. The work is interesting and fulfilling, and career opportunities exist across a wide range of organisations, from mining and resources through to local, state and federal government.
Flinders Bachelor of Engineering (Environmental) (Honours) will help you become the environmental problem solver the future needs. Become someone who not only cares, but is trained to help engineer practical solutions to the environmental challenges we face, for a sustainable world.
We have already reached a place where the world is vastly populated and polluted. A situation that is not going to improve anytime soon. With new technological developments, our population will keep increasing, which means utilisation of resources will also increase. To ensure population growth is managed without damaging the environment, we need environmental engineers. Environmental engineers can help reduce ill effects and help us cope with environmental damage.
By studying Flinders Bachelor of Engineering (Environmental) (Honours), you could help us better understand and address challenges such as climate change, biodiversity, deforestation, air and water pollution and species extinction.
Your studies will include practical industry experience through our nationally recognised Work Integrated Learning program. You’ll learn the fundamentals of engineering design and programming (amongst other topics) before moving onto more environmentally specific topics, and you’ll benefit from Flinders’ world-class research in environmental science and engineering.
You’ll graduate ready to join the growing number of professionals working to help protect our environment and create a healthier, safer future for us all.
Sound like you? Then let’s get started.
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