Environmental Engineers

Solves environmental problems


  • Prepare, review, and update environmental investigation reports
  • Design projects leading to environmental protection such as water reclamation facilities, air pollution control systems, and operations that convert waste into energy
  • Analyze scientific data and do quality-control checks

How To Become a Environmental Engineer

Environmental engineers must have a bachelor’s degree in environmental engineering or a related field, such as civil, chemical, or mechanical engineering. Employers must also have businesslike experience. So, cooperative engineering programs, that provide college credit for structured job experience, are important as well. Getting a license increases the chances of getting the job.