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Bachelor degree is offered via 4-year regular program. Students must acquire a minimum of 148 credits before they graduate. These should include 18 practical training credits, 2 self-study in English credits, and 128 bachelor degree credits. This department has four major fields of teaching and research: Environmental Monitoring, Pollution Control, Resource Recycling, and Safety & Health. We offer well-developed courses related to each field to give the students a clear learning plan.

     

 

 

The master's program in environmental engineering is offered a two-year program. Students must complete 36 credits to graduate, including 12 credits in required courses, 18 credits in optional courses (6 courses), and 6 credits in the thesis of the master degree.

 

     

 

Master Program in Environmental Engineering
of the Department of Safety, Health and Environmental Engineering

First Semester

Second Semester

Course

Credits/ Hours

Course

Credits/ Hours

required subjects

Special Topics Seminar(1)

1/2

Special Topics Seminar(2)

1/2

Technical Writing

2/2

Research Methods

2/2

Environmental Physi-chemical Treatment

3/3

Environmental Biological Treatment

3/3

elective subjects

Water Chemistry

3/3

Green Environmental Planning

3/3

Indoor Air Quality Purification Technology

3/3

Environmental Toxicology

3/3

Data Analysis and Application

3/3

Environmental Information Systems

3/3

Soil Chemistry 

3/3

Environmental Nanotechnology

3/3

Advanced Instrumental Analysis

3/3

Environmental Risk Analysis

3/3

Advanced Waste Treatment

3/3

Atmospheric Chemistry

3/3

Aerosol Technology

3/3

Advanced Environmental Biotechnology

3/3

Environmental Sampling Planning and Design

3/3

Air Pollution Control Technology

3/3

Water Resources Engineering

3/3

Soil and Groundwater Remediation Technology

3/3

Combustion and Carbon Management

3/3

 

 

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