The Environmental Engineering program is available as a master's program only. There are also several certificate programs available.
Environmental engineering is a broad and diverse discipline involving all phases of the basic sciences including mathematics, chemistry, biology, physics and computer science. This program prepares students for careers at environmental consulting firms, in government agencies and in private industry, where they will work to solve the many challenges of life in this evolving world: providing safe drinking water, clean air and waterways, proper disposal of solid and hazardous waste, effective environmental site restoration, and responsible management of our natural resources.
Our program is recognized nationally for its ability to produce well-prepared environmental engineers. The Environmental Engineering program at Manhattan College dates back to 1939 and has an international reputation for being at the forefront of the field.
Our Master of Engineering program in Environmental Engineering is ABET accredited.