Graduates will be able to work in the following fields depending on the particular program they have chosen:  expert examinations, evaluations, arbitrations, reports and technical opinions; performance of technical roles and functions; teaching, research, analysis, experiments, technical tests, publication of reports and extension work; budget preparation; quality standardization, measurement and control; implementation and supervision of technical services and works; specialized technical work; supervising technical work; supervising installation, assembly, operation, repair and maintenance teams; carrying out installation, assembly and repair work; operation, installation and maintenance of equipment; and technical design.
Environmental Control – Graduates will be able to work in environmental pollution control in public and private companies, governmental pollution control bodies, industry, consultancies and local government. They will design, implement, operate and maintain equipment and systems for controlling pollutants (air, water, soil, solid residues, noise and vibration); plan and coordinate environmental quality monitoring; undertake laboratory, teaching and research activities in the field of environmental pollution; coordinate and implement formal and informal environmental education programs in the public and private sector.