Bachelor of Science in Environmental and Sanitary Engineering
This is an additional degree for graduates of Civil Engineering from National University and other Universities. The course is designed to prepare students in the field of environmental sanitation, industrial hygiene, pollution control, water and wastewater engineering, solid waste management and engineering design of sanitary facilities for buildings.
Length and Nature of the Program:
Evaluation of subjects completed in the BS Civil Engineering is done based on the NU BSCE curriculum. Graduates of other universities may or may not have completed similar program, at times they will be required to enroll additional subjects other than those listed in the BS Environmental ans Sanitary Engineering curriculum which can be finished in one year (two semesters) for a full time student.
The course has a total of forty-six (46) units, of which, 2 units are laboratory units. The curriculum includes at least one (1) plant visit and one (1) technical seminar.
Graduates' Expected Career Paths:
Graduates are expected to pass the corresponding Board Examinations given by the Professional Regulations Commission.
The practice of Environmental and Sanitary Engineering embraces the following activities:
(a) Sanitary surveys, report, design, direction, management, consultation and investigation of: (1) Water purification plants, water collection and distribution systems, reservoirs, drainage and sewer systems, sewage treatment plants, malaria and control structures, sewage disposal tanks and other structures for public health and welfare; (2) Projects related to stream pollution, insect and vermin control or eradication, rural and camp sanitation, milk and food sanitation; and (3) Systems for the prevention of atmospheric pollution or the control of indoor air, especially the air of working spaces in industrial establishments (industrial hygiene engineering).
(b) Professional research and laboratory work supporting the activities listed in (a).
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