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Public Health engineering is the contemporary term for sanitary engineering, though sanitary engineering traditionally had not included much of the hazardous waste management and environmental remediation work covered by environmental engineering. Public Health Engineering technologists will be there—whether it is to ensure that a water level is monitored and regulated, rivers are engineered to work with our expanding populations, water and wastewater treatment systems are designed to meet growing demands, or to assess and minimize the water usage in domestic & industry applications.
As the world prepares for the challenges posed by faster depletion of precious natural resource (water), if you want to make a difference in combating this pressing global problem, as innovators of water-friendly products and services to improve quality of life, this water resources integrated degree in civil engineering will put you on the right track.
Some of the key components of this specialisation will be –
|Building Engineering & Services||Water Resources Engineering|
|Renewable Water Resources Management||Facility Management|
|Operations Management||Sustainable Design & Solutions|
|Clean Energy||Research & Development|
|E ntrepreneurship & Own venture|