The Faculty of Land Reclamation and Environmental Engineering (Romanian: Facultatea de Îmbunătățiri Funciare şi Ingineria Mediului is a department of the University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Bucharest (Romanian: Universitatea de Științe Agronomice şi Medicină Veterinară București)

Land Reclamation was studied since 1912 in the Superior Institute of Agriculture, transformed in 1929 into the Academy of High Agronomic Studies of Bucharest. In 1938 the Academy was integrated into the Polytechnic School of Bucharest as Faculty of Agronomy. In 1943, a distinct section for Land Reclamation (Romanian: Secţia de Geniu Rural) was created in the Faculty of Agronomy. In 1948 this faculty separated again from the Polytechnic School and became the Agronomic Institute of Bucharest, later renamed Nicolae Bălcescu Agronomic Institute.

In 1962 a section of Land Reclamation was created in the Construction Institute of Bucharest.

As a result of the efforts of Professor Cezar Nicolau in 1970 the Faculty of Land Reclamation (Romanian: Facultatea de Îmbunătăţiri Funciare) was created in the Nicolae Bălcescu Agronomic Institute. Professor Cezar Nicolau was also the first dean of the faculty, from 1970 to 1976. In 1990, professor Ramiro Sofronie also succeeded in including environmental engineering into the curriculum of the faculty, which became the Faculty of Land Reclamation and Environmental Engineering. Special sections for Land Surveying and Cadastre and Economic civil engineering were consequently added to the curriculum.