As a civil engineer, you can design sustainable facilities that protect the health and welfare of communities and our environment, while also ensuring society’s financial health.
As an environmental engineer, you’ll directly influence areas that include lakes and rivers, clean drinking water, environmental pollution, alternative energy, climate change and more.
As a geological engineering major, you’ll find the best way to use the earth’s resources to solve technical problems while protecting the environment.
This online program helps you develop a broad and deep understanding of environmental challenges and environmental engineering solutions for our most pressing problems.
The civil and environmental engineering professional (accelerated) master’s program from UW–Madison equips you with the latest scientific and technological knowledge and the skills and tools you need to analyze advanced engineering problems.
If you have a strong background in chemistry and want to apply your interest and expertise to challenges in environmental systems, our interdisciplinary Environmental Chemistry and Technology program will provide you the experience you need to make a difference.
As a master’s student in geological engineering, you’ll work with faculty mentors on challenges related to using earth’s resources while protecting the environment.
As a PhD student in civil and environmental engineering, you’ll not only advance your knowledge in your area of interest, but you’ll also enhance your teamwork abilities, communication, leadership, entrepreneurship, and creative research skills.
As a PhD student in environmental chemistry and technology, you’ll deepen your expertise in applying chemistry to environmental systems.
As a PhD student in geological engineering, you’ll collaborate with faculty from a variety of disciplines as you deepen your expertise through applied research.