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Environmental Earth System Science
 
 
Welcome
Human activity is increasingly perturbing environmental systems.  Deterioration of the environment through depletion of natural resources such as air, water and soil results in the destruction of ecosystems and climate change.  A sustainable planet requires engineers and scientists to understand the impact of their decisions on built and natural systems. 

The City College offers the following interdisciplinary undergraduate degree programs through the Grove School of Engineering and the Division of Science:
  • Bachelor of Engineering                                            

EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING (ESE) - REVISED CURRICULUM!


  • Bachelor of Science                                                      

ENVIRONMENTAL EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCE (EESS)

 

The programs unite faculty from the Grove School of Engineering and Division of Science. ESE/EESS draws from specialists in civil, electrical and chemical engineering and earth and atmospheric sciences, chemistry, physics and biology. The program is designed to equip the workforce with professionals trained to understand and effectively address major emerging environmental issues and implement scientific and engineering solutions

 



Environmental Earth System Science
 
 
Contact Us

Meg Krudysz
Program Coordinator, ESE and EESS
The City College of New York
Steinman Hall ST-416
160 Convent Avenue
New York, NY 10031

P | 212-650-8299
E | mkrudysz@ccny.cuny.edu
 
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