As we all know, A Clean Environment Is Essential for Healthy Living: The more you care about our environment, the more you care about your health. Keeping our environment clean and free of pollutants and radioactive materials has been a significant concern in the last decade.

Do you know that a study dedicates itself to learning about and caring for our environment? Today, let's talk about Environmental Engineering, a study devoted to keeping our air and water clean of pollutants and promoting good health 

Environmental Engineering could be defined as a discipline that takes broad scientific topics like chemistry, biology, ecology, geology, microbiology, and mathematics to create solutions that will protect and improve the health of living organisms and improve the environment's quality. It is also a sub-discipline of civil engineering and chemical engineering.

The people who devoted themselves to this study and apply it as their profession are called Environmental Engineers. Environmental engineers' work includes finding solutions for wastewater management, pollution control, and public health. They are also the ones in charge of designing municipal water supply and industrial wastewater treatment systems and many more plans to improve sanitation in urban, rural, and recreational areas.

Studying Environmental Engineering will become easier if you are passionate about the environment. and enjoy science and math. Since one of your main focus is to find solutions, you are also required to have problem solving ability, and have an eye for detail.

With an environmental Engineering degree, you can get a job as water project manager, senior environmental engineer, environmental health and safety director, environmental engineering consultant, green building engineer, government, civil servants, and many more.

To be an Environmental Engineer is no easy feat, but it is a rewarding job for those of you who are passionate about the environment and are eager to help make the world a better place. If you are interested in becoming an Environmental Engineer, then you might want to consider joining our Monash College program at JIC and transfer to Monash University in your 1st or 2nd year of university.