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Environmental and water resources engineering is a broad discipline dedicated to addressing environmental issues in air, water, and soil.

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Environmental and Water Resources Engineering (EWRE) has evolved over the past 20 years beyond just air quality engineering, water and wastewater treatment, hazardous waste remediation, and drinking water resources.

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The EWRE Laboratory facilities, housed on the main campus and at J.J. Pickle Research Campus, are well-equipped for performing both basic and applied state-of-the-art research in virtually all areas of environmental and water resources engineering.

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EWRE students can pursue the Master of Science (M.S.) degree or the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree. These programs have separate degree requirements.