The School of Energy Resources, Environment, Chemical and Petrochemical Engineering (EECE) aims to provide high quality graduate education, training, and high quality research. We also aim to provide technical services to meet society’s need for the development and deployment of efficient, economical and sustainable environmental and energy services. We are devoted to providing our students with an experiential learning environment to maximize their knowledge.
The Department of Energy Resources offers its students courses that cover important topics such as renewable energy systems, alternative fuels, energy storage systems, fuel cell technologies, and many more. The Department of Environmental Engineering presents a wide range of knowledge in the fields of natural resources management, integrated wastewater treatment, environmental assessment and management and air quality. Finally, the Chemical and Petrochemical Engineering Department is designed to provide students with basic and applied scientific research in the fields relevant to chemical and petrochemical industries, in order to develop new products and/or improve the properties of existing products.
The EECE School is an exciting place to study. We are a dedicated and expert team of academia that undertakes a wide range of research disciplines.
Department of Environmental Engineering
It presents a wide range of knowledge on environmental engineering applications, deep understanding for theories of design and code of practice, which is applied in the fields of degradation in natural resources, water supply systems, integrated wastewater treatment, solid waste management and air quality. Through the graduate program, students will be acquainted with environmental surveying, recognizing sources of pollution, identifying low cost technologies and principles of sustainable developments both on national and international levels.
Department of Energy Resources Engineering
Depletion of traditional fuel and the exponential increase of energy use make energy resources a very important issue for all nations in the world. In addition, the increasing knowledge of the effects of combustion in global warming and the harmful effect to mankind had increased the awareness on the importance of Environmental Engineering. Excessive consumption of fossil fuels and Environmental Degradations are the greatest threat to our planet this century. In addition, a complete understanding of Energy Resources on the Global Scale and the interactions between the human activities in the energy field and the environment had become crucial. Tools for addressing such situations include but are not limited to Energy Management, Industrial Ecology, Sustainable Energy Resources and Environment Protection using cost effective methods as Cleaner Production, Best Available Technology, etc. which are becoming important subjects for graduate courses that was not considered in the past. It is believed that the M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs in E-JUST will contribute to the understanding of such subjects.
Department of Chemicals and Petrochemicals Engineering
This graduate study program is intended to prepare students to carry out basic and applied scientific research in the fields relevant to chemical and petrochemical industries, in order to develop new products and/or improve the properties of existing products. Also the student should be able to understand, realize and apply the basic principles of clean and green technology in the design and running different industrial units for producing different chemical and petrochemical goods.