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What is environmental engineering?  
Environmental engineering is defined as, "a profession that applies mathematics and science to utilize the properties of matter and sources of energy in the solution of problems of environmental sanitation."  Those who complete a degree in environmental engineering will be well equipped to contribute to the engineering profession in all areas that involve physical, chemical, and biological processes.
How will I know if environmental engineering might be something I'm good at?  
How is environmental engineering different from civil engineering?  
What are the career prospects for environmental engineering? Will I actually be able to get a job with this degree?  
How is environmental engineering unique from other types of engineering?  
What types of multidisciplinary learning and projects will I be involved with in the WT environmental engineering program?  
I'm a transfer student or a working adult interested in environmental engineering. Is this program for me?  
How long will the WT Environmental Engineering Program take me to finish if I am just starting out as a freshman?  
How can I contact the WT Environmental Engineering Program to get additional information, a transcript analysis, or to speak with faculty leading the program?