Environmental Technology and Sustainability is a specialized area of study that brings together the many aspects of engineering, environmental science, sustainability, ecology, law, pollution prevention, climate change, contamination mitigation, and technology needed in today’s modern world. Students will learn to understand and apply the best methods and practices used in environmental systems for air, water, energy, and waste. The technologies and practices presented in the program are the foundation of all modern efforts aimed at improving environmental conditions and advancing sustainability goals, according to the United Nations.
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Projects to meet the needs of industry and government are performed by faculty, students, and institute personnel, including the Long Island Carbon Footprint Project, parallel transmission system for hybrid electric vehicles, available solar radiation in a dense urban environment, biodiesel fuel from waste cooking oils, and water management policy.
Our graduates are employed at all levels of government including the:
Consulting and manufacturing organizations look to our graduates for state-of-the-art sustainable and environmental technology best practice applications.
It is a pleasure to hear of your interest in the Master of Science in Environmental Technology and Sustainability program at NYIT. The practice-oriented program of study features small classes taught by distinguished senior professors who are practicing professionals. The faculty will bring real-world problems into the classroom in addition to providing entry into the professional world through counseling and internship program.
We are looking forward to meeting you in person on campus as soon as possible. Should you have questions, please feel free to contact me directly.
Stanley M. Greenwald, P.E.
Professor and Chairperson
Department of Environmental Technology and Sustainability
Old Westbury and Manhattan
School of Engineering and Computing Sciences