The Environmental Engineering Program at The Faculty of Engineering Sciences of The Ben-Gurion University of The Negev offers a multidisciplinary approach to solving environmental problems. Research and teaching in the program focus on fundamental understanding of the basic chemical, physical, and biological processes underlying environmental engineering and science problems.
Areas of research specialization include: physical, chemical, and biological processes for water quality control; aerosols and air pollution modeling and control; aquatic chemistry; transport and fate of pollutants in water, air, and soil; treatment of solid waste and hazardous materials; membrane separation processes; bioremediation of contaminated soil and groundwater; and more.
Students with a bachelor of science in engineering or related areas such as chemistry, geology, biology, or environmental science, may apply for admission to the M.Sc. Program in Environmental Engineering. Admission criteria for the doctoral degree (Ph.D.) are defined by The Kreitman School of Advanced Graduate Studies.