MS in Environmental Engineering
The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects employment growth for environmental engineers will be 31 percent over the next decade-much faster than average for all occupations. One need look no further than the day's headlines to see why. From ecological calamities to issues of climate change and public health to our aging infrastructure, the planet's problems and the profession's grand challenges are one and the same. Whether you've aimed your aspirations at industry or a PhD and the academic track, here's how the Master of Science in Environmental Engineering (MSEE) program at Lehigh can help you turn your passion into a professional degree.