Environmental Engineers


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Environmental Engineers

Environmental Engineers - Knowledge

Environmental engineers need knowledge in the following areas:

  • Engineering and Technology: How to use computers and rules of engineering to design and produce goods and services.
  • Mathematics: The rules and uses of numbers.
  • Chemistry: The properties of substances and the changes that occur when they interact.
  • English Language: The meaning and use of the English language.
  • Design: Making and using plans, blueprints, drawings, and models.
  • Physics: The features and laws of matter and energy.
  • Law, Government, and Jurisprudence: Laws, rules of the court, and the politics.
  • Public Safety and Security: How to protect people and property.
  • Biology: Cells, plants, and animals and how they function.
  • Customer and Personal Service: Providing special services to customers based on their needs.
  • Administration and Management: How to run a business or group.
  • Computers and Electronics: Computer hardware and software.
Source: Illinois Career Information System (CIS) brought to you by Illinois Department of Employment Security.