Environmental Engineering BSc education in the Environmental Engineering Institute of Rejtő Sándor Faculty of Light Industry and Environmental Engineering at the Óbuda University
The aim of the education is to qualify the students to be environmental engineers who are familiar with and able to perform tests to characterise and assess the quantity and quality of environmental elements, hazards, technologies and operations by state-of-the-art measuring instruments.
Responsible environmental awareness is the engineers’ key competency in general. Here at the Óbuda University, the environmental engineering students are armed with fundamental knowledge and understanding of global environmental and natural issues on the base of scientific evidences.
It is important to develop complex knowledge, - both theoretical and practical work - to ensure practice-oriented education via project work.
During the project work trainings, our studentscooperate with engineers, industrial players and decision makers involved in the development and application of different production technologies to develop the given technology in terms of environment protection.
Students of the programme participate creatively in engineering work based on their multidisciplinary skills gained by their studies.
The project work qualifies our students to solve tasks relating to water, soil, air, radiation, and noise protection problems, as well as those of waste treatment.
Depending on the topic of the given project work, students can work with global environmental problems or they can choose a more practical task as environmental assessment or audit as well as dealing with special areas of waste recycling, waste water treatment or soil remediation.
Our students are equipped with a specific understanding of environmental problems of the Light Industry, they are trained via project work to be able to deal with the tasks of Environmental Public Administration or they can specialise in the Green Energy Industry.