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College of Environmental Science and Engineering

The College of Environmental Science and Engineering was the earliest teaching and research institution in the field of environmental science and engineering in the form of a college among the institutions of higher learning in China in 1980s. The college consists of three departments: the Department of Environmental Science, the Department of Environmental Engineering and the Department of Municipal Works (Water Supply and Sewage) and five research institutes: Water Pollution Control and Resource Reuse, Urban Water Resources and Water Supply, Solid Water Disposal and Reuse, Air Pollution Control, and Environmental Science.

Currently, the College comprises three specialty programs: Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering and Water and Waste Water Engineering at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. (These programs are referred to as Municipal Engineering at the postgraduate level), all with undergraduate, master, doctor, and post-doctorial programs. Its three Master's programs are further subcategorized into fourteen research directions while its three PhD programs into twelve research directions.

Under the College, there are research and education units under state level supervision including the State Key Laboratory of Pollution Control and Resource Reuse, National Engineering Research Center of Urban Pollution Control, SEPA-Tongji Research Institute of Environmental Science and Technology, SEPA-Tongji Center of Environmental Technical Officers, etc.
Over the years, about 7000 Bachelor students and 400 Master students and 100 PhD students have graduated from the College. The College is known for its strong expertise in the field of environmental science and engineering in China. At present, there are 20 PhD student supervisors, 25 professors and 32 associate professors in the College. The College has enjoyed a good reputation both at home and abroad for its new system of integrating teaching with research and service.