ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING MASTERS

General presentation

Environmental Engineering Masters

EME Unilasalle offers a 5-year engineering program, mainly taught in French, that provides the skills to succeed, and provides opportunities for specialization in different fields of Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Development.
The Masters program aims to provide scientific knowledge (mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology) applied to industrial engineering for the environment (reducing pollution impact, managing and treating water and waste), as well as to provide engineering and professional experience acquired through projects and internships. The program is focused on developing students’ knowledge and skills in various environmental domains and preparing them for a career as an environmental engineer.
EME researchers share their expertise through small class sizes, field studies and hands-on experience.

  • Water Treatment
  • Waste Treatment
  • Processe
  • Pollution Prevention
  • Environmental Impacts
  • Clean Technologies
  • Life Cycle Analysis
  • Eco design
  • Environmental Management
  • Sustainable Development
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Industrial Ecology

A 2-step program

  • The first two preparatory years are spent acquiring fundamental scientific knowledge applied to environmental engineering.
  • The three-year environmental engineering curriculum is skills-based and focused on developing know-how in various
    environmental domains through classes, industrial projects and internships. EME Unilasalle researchers share their expertise through small class sizes, field studies and hands-on experience.

Future positions

- Environmental Engineer
- QSE Manager
- Environmental Policy Officer
- Operations Engineer
- Environmental Consultant
- Process Engineer
- Wastewater Engineer,

The EME Unilasalle Masters of Environmental Engineering degree is accredited by the Commision des Titres d’Ingénieur (CTI).

For more information : www.cti-commission.fr/