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Environmental Engineering (EE)

At the initial stage, a Bachelor of Environmental Engineering (EE) program at AIT has been designed to follow 2 + 2 (first 2 year in the mother country + final 2 years in AIT) structure. The successful students, who earn CGPA above 2.5 in the first two years, will be entitled to enroll as 3rd year students at AIT to complete the Bachelor degree. Students having earned CGPA above 2 will be allowed to enter under probation and once they earned CGPA 2.5, they will transfer to the UG program The degree programs have been designed to provide a thorough background in engineering fundamentals and mathematics to prepare students with a basic science background, particularly in chemistry, physics and biology, to complete successfully an engineering degree. After the completion of B.Sc in BSE or EE, students may consider finding an employment opportunity or following Master's and PhD programs at AIT or elsewhere.

Environmental Engineering involves the application of science and engineering principles to protect the natural environment (air, water and land), and to design protection or remediation strategies for maintaining the environmental quality using combinations of physical, chemical and biological treatment methods.

The Environmental Engineering Bachelor's curriculum offers theoretical knowledge and practical training in both the mitigation and rectification of negative effects on the environment. The education program helps students to obtain the necessary skills to analyze, design, and develops environmental management systems for controlling pollution, supplying clean water, treating wastewater, and handling solid and hazardous waste. Students also practice strategies for waste recycling and reuse, resource conservation and habitat protection, and learn to analyze real‐world environmental problems to design/develop appropriate technologies using biological, chemical and engineering principles. Students explore theories of maintaining healthy air, water and land which meet the human needs and the needs of businesses and industries. Students also gain an understanding of how to incorporate environmental ethics, policies, and safety issues in the decision making process.

Career opportunities for an Environmental Engineer are numerous; graduates will be qualified to work in a variety of jobs in different career settings related to environmental protection, conservation and management, pollution control and remediation, and cleaner industrial production in the private sector, government, or academia. Manufacturing sectors such as distilleries, fertilizers plants, textile mills, water treatment industries, refineries, agriculture, aquaculture, livestock and food processing industries employ Environmental Engineers to help them to design cleaner production systems and keep in compliance with government regulations. National and local government departments related to health, water, sewer, and public works etc. hire Environmental Engineers, either directly or through consulting firms, to work on air, water, and soil pollution control and remediation issues, and solid and hazardous waste management. Universities and research organizations employ Environmental Engineers to perform research and give advice on environmental issues.

Environmental Engineering bachelor degree holders can enter into higher education programs at either Master's or Doctoral level in Environmental Engineering, Urban Environmental Management, and Environmental Governance, Sustainable Development etc. in the universities worldwide to advance their knowledge and skills further.

Year I Semester 1

Code

Course Title

Credits (L-P)

Pre-requisite

Instructor

EE101

Man and Environment 

3(3-0)

None

Prof. C Visvanathan

UG113

Energy for the New Millenium

3(3-0)

None

Dr Abdul Salam

 

Sub total

6(6-0)

   

Year I Semester II

Code

Course Title

Credits (L-P)

Pre-requisite

Instructor

UG112

Thermodynamics

3(2-3)

None

Dr P. Abdul Salam

CS103

Computer Programming for non-Specialists

3(2-1)

UG102

Dr Matthew Dailey

 

Sub total

6(4-4)

   

Year II Semester I

Code

Course Title

Credits (L-P)

Pre-requisite

Instructor

EE201

Building Services and Management

3(3-0) 

None

Dr. Oleg Shipin

EE205

Built Environment and Design Concepts

3(3-0)

None

Prof. Ajit P Annachhatre 

 

Sub total

 6(6-0)

 

 


Year II Semester II

Code

Course Title

Credits (L-P)

Pre-requisite

Instructor

EE207

Environmental Watershed Management

3(3-0)

None

Dr Thammarat Koottatep

EE206

Environmental Law

3(3-0)

None

Prof. N T Kim oanh

UG208

Organizational Behavior

3(3-0)

None

Dr Sununta Siengthai

 

Sub total

9(9-0)

   

Year III Semester I

Code

Course Title

Credits (L-P)

Pre-requisite

Instructor

EE302

Water Supply Engineering

3(3-0)

None

Prof. C Visvanathan 

EE304

Environmental Engineering Chemistry and Laboratory

3(2-1)

UG109

Dr Oleg Shipin

EE305

Eco Design Concepts

3(3-0)

None

Dr Thammarat Koottatep

EE307

Industrial Processes and Environmental Pollution

3(3-0)

None

Prof. C Visvanathan

 

Sub total

12(11-1)

   

Year III Semester II

Code

Course Title

Credits (L-P)

Pre-requisite

Instructor

EE308

Wastewater Engineering

3(3-0)

None

Prof. Ajit P Annachhatre

EE309

Project Planning and Management

3(3-0)

None

Prof. N T Kim Oanh

EE310

Sustainable Waste Recycling Processes

3(3-0)

None

Prof. Chongrak Polprasert

EE311

Biological Unit Processes

3(3-0)

None

Prof. Chongrak Polprasert

 

Sub total

12(12-0)

   

Year IV Semester I

Code

Course Title

Credits (L-P)

Pre-requisite

Instructor

EE402

Solid Waste Engineering

3(3-0)

None

Prof. C Visvanathan 

EE403

Bio-separation Process

3(3-0)

 None

Prof. N T Kim Oanh 

EE404 

Environmental Impact Assessment

3(3-0)

 None

Dr Oleg Shipin 

 

Sub total

9(3 -0)

   

Year IV Semester II

Code

Course Title

Credits (L-P)

Pre-requisite

Instructor

EE405

Engineering Ethics and Field practices

3(3-0)

None

Prof. Ajit P Annachhatre 

EE406

Sustainable Water Resources for Human Consumption

3(3-0)

None

Dr. Thammarat Koottatep

EE407

Hazardous Waste Treatment

3(3-0)

None

Prof. Ajit P Annachhatre

EE408

Coastal Zone Management

3(3-0)

None

Dr Wenresti G. Gallardo

 

Sub total

3(3-0)

   

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