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Difference between environmental science, environmental technology and environmental engineer?
What is the difference between the three courses (environmental science, environmental technology and environmental engineer)?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Science: Deals with Life matters Technology: Deals with Computer Digi informations Engineering: deals with Blue Print, etc 'Building'. Hope this was helpful to you.Source(s): Past College Student: SDSU, San Diego Mesa College Major: Psychology
- AmyLv 45 years ago
the difference between the two is the same as a Physician and a Nurse A lil more technical degree I'm guessing a Environmental Technology degree is like an associate degree. You can get a BS in anything you want Usually engineering students that come from 2 year schools have Calculus one through Diff Equations Physics I and II Chemistry I and II Engineering Design class Statics Dynamics Mechanics of Material Science students Calculus I Physics I Chemistry I and II Organic Chemistry I and II and some intro environmental classes that you should have taken My point is to go with engineering...it will be harder but it will pay off
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Serving as an engineer is obviously an apprised walk of life