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Vision & Mission
The institute of Environmental Sciences and Engineering has been established to provide excellent education of environmental sciences and engineering that produces knowledgeable and skilled scientists and engineers accompanied by facilitating cutting edge research focused at solving the 21st century environmental issues.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) (BE Environmental Engineering):

 The Program Educational Objectives are following;
1-    Professional Engineers: The graduates will successfully engage in the profession of Environmental Engineering in the industry, government and private sector, working to address the contemporary industrial, agricultural and urban environmental problems.
2-    Advanced Studies: The graduates will successfully peruse higher education in local as well as foreign institutes to become professional researchers and/or join academia as career.
3-    Leadership: Working in their respective capacities, graduates will lead the society to be safe and healthy for life by active participation in professional societies, government, educational institutions, civic organizations, and humanitarian endeavors.

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) (BE Environmental Engineering):

 The program is designed to achieve following learning outcomes;
1-    Engineering Knowledge: Breadth and depth of knowledge.
2-    Problem Analysis: Complexity of analysis.
3-    Design/Development of Solutions: Breadth and uniqueness of engineering problems, i.e. the extent to which problems are original and to which solution have previously been identified and coded.
4-    Investigation: Breadth and depth of investigation and experimentation.
5-    Modern Tool Usage: Level of understanding of the appropriateness of the tool.
6-    The Engineer and Society: Level of knowledge and responsibility.
7-    Environment and Sustainability: Type of solutions.
8-    Ethics: Understanding and level of practice.
9-    Individual and Team Work: Role in a diversity of team.
10-    Communication: Level of communication according to type of activities performed.
11-    Project Management: Level of management required for differing types of activity.
12-    Lifelong Learning: Preparation for and depth of continuing learning.