5. Environmental and Water Resources Engineering
Environmental and water resources engineering deal with the assessment, development, and management of water resources while also maintaining the communities to be environmentally friendly. This includes everything from water supply and drainage for cities to irrigation for agriculture as well as water treatment and wastewater management. As an environmental and water resources engineer, you could find yourself working in the public sector for local or state governments, or in the private sector for consulting firms or engineering companies. They work to develop new sources of water, improve water treatment processes, and create strategies for sustainable water use.
Environmental and water resources engineering is perfect for those who are keen in problem solving and making a positive impact on the environment. Pursue your career as a water resource engineer with Civil Engineering of BINUS University today!