What is the difference between Civil and Environmental Engineering?
- Anonymous3 years agoFavorite Answer
Environmental Engineering is a specialty practice of civil engineering. Civil engineering specialties include, structural engineering, transportation engineering, surveying and photogammetry, geotechnical engineering and soil mechanics, and hydrology among others. Environmental engineering has more to do with water and waste water treatment, air quality pollution prevention and mitigation, and land fills. Environmental engineers in most states are licensed as civil engineers.
- PhilomelLv 73 years ago
Look them up in wikipedia. Memorize them.
- Anonymous3 years ago
Environmental Engineering is a branch of civil engineering
- righteousjohnsonLv 73 years ago
Civil Engineers figure out how to build things. Environmental Engineers figure out why you can't.