Be an environmental engineer
CRAFT a successful career based on a passion for the environment by pursuing a degree in environmental technology and qualify as an environmental engineer.
Environmental engineers are involved in water and air pollution control, recycling, waste disposal and public health issues.
They also conduct hazardous waste management studies, advise on waste treatment, and develop regulations for environmental protection.
Environmental engineers are largely involved in the development, planning and implementation of alternative energy as well as life- cycle analysis.
Being an environmental engineer is unique because they develop solutions to environmental problems using the principles of biology, physics and chemistry.
Many environmental engineers work as consultants, helping their clients comply with regulations or conduct research on the environmental impact of proposed construction projects and analyse scientific data.
SEGi University offers the Bachelor of Environmental Technology programme.
This three- year programme focuses on a student- centred environment, where students interact with dedicated teaching staff from Malaysia and SEGi’s partner universities worldwide.
SEGi has one of the most well- equipped and modern engineering laboratories in the Klang Valley.
Students have access to technically advanced laboratories at the SEGi University campus in Kota Damansara, providing them with essential tools for the development of engineering skills.
Students gain experience through a wide range of approaches to learning, from traditional lectures to directed study and online resources.
The modules are delivered through formal lectures, tutorials, case studies, software learning and directed reading.
For more information on this programme, call SEGi University at 03- 6145 1777 or 1800 887 344 or e- mail askme@ segi. edu. my or visit www. segi. edu. my.
Engineering programmes at SEGi University are delivered using applied methodologies and well- equipped laboratories.
Assoc Prof Uma believes scientific research should lead to outcomes that benefit society.