About Environmental Engineering Technology
When it comes to launching a career in sustainability, our region is a natural!
Our natural resources are a national treasure (and resource) that you can help protect. Because of the amount of lakes, rivers, forests and other natural areas throughout Northeast Wisconsin, environmental engineering technology is crucial to maintain a habitable and enjoyable land. In addition to natural resources, we also have plenty of industrial and agricultural businesses that are looking for your expertise.
Energize Your Degree
Dig into the technical concepts of our program so you can get more opportunities, learn more about sustainability and expand your education through hands-on experiences.
We’ve been emphasizing practices that help our environment since our beginnings. In fact, Harper’s Magazine and Newsweek dubbed us the original Eco U® in the early 1970s.
From using cleaner energy to investing in public transportation to composting 64,000+ pounds of food waste, we’re taking steps to be a more sustainable campus.
Activate Your Education
You don’t have to accomplish everything on your own — our resources can help propel you through your degree.
Explore the World
Diversify your understanding of environmental engineering technology by studying abroad or taking a travel course.
Ask an Expert!
During his time at the Ohio State University, Professor Gunn's research focused on focus on sanitation, agricultural water management, and modeling of water systems. If you have questions about our program, get in touch with him!