Department of Safety Health and Environmental Engineering
The Department of Safety Health and Environmental Engineering, was formerly created as the Department of Environmental and Safety Technology in 2002. The first enrollment was started with the missions of serving and cultivating students in professionals of environmental engineering and occupational safety.
In 2004, the specialty of human health was incorporated into the curriculum program and then the students graduated from the department would be qualified in the positions of the Managers of Occupational Safety.
Educational Objectives and Curriculum
Two professors, three associate professors, two assistant professor, and one lectures.
Most of them have experiences in industry, and gained certificates in many professionals including environmental engineering, air pollution control, and sanitary sewers operation.
Equipment and Facilities
The Department has 12 professional laboratories that serve for teaching and doing research:
In the laboratories, the following instruments are employed to enhance the students’ professions in environmental engineering and occupational safety:
High Performance Liquid Chromatography, Gas Chromatography, Thermal Plasma Reactor, Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer, Microwave Digestion, Programmable Auto Electric Burnout Furnace, Ion Meter, Ultraviolet and visible spectrophotometer, Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR), precision conductive potentiometer, Thermostat Fermentation System, Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP), Freeze Drying, Electrochemical Chromatography Optical Microscope, Micro-Orifice Uniform Deposit Impactor (MOUDI), Ozone Producing Machine, Ion Chromatograph, Specific Surface Area, Total Organic Carbon Analyzer, Ultrasonic Homogenizer
The Future Trends and Development (Vision and Mission)
The Department courses are designed based on the following considerations:
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