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1000 Level Course

1100. Environmental Engineering Seminar (1). Introduction of first year and transfer students to the practice of environmental engineering.Back to Top

 

4000 Level Courses

4107. Advanced Physical and Chemical Municipal Water Treatment Lab (1). Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Characterization of water using alkalinity, pH, BOD, and solids concentrations. Students will conduct column tests and filtration studies and analyze water quality data.

4185. Microbial Applications in Environmental Engineering Lab (1). Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Determine concentration of coliforms, nutrients, and organic pollutants in water; analyze water quality data.

4191. Advanced Water Treatment Lab (1). Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Design and conduct flocculation, coagulant doses, sedimentation, and disinfection studies; assess impact on water quality.

4307. Physical and Chemical Municipal Wastewater Treatment (3). Prerequisites: CE 3309 and consent of instructor. Characterization of municipal wastewaters and the application of physical and chemical design procedures to remove and dispose of criteria pollutants in wastewater.

4314. Membrane Treatment Processes (3). Prerequisite: CE 3309 or consent of instructor. Introduces the fundamental principles and applications of various membrane processes (MF, UF, NF, and RO) in water and wastewater treatment and quality control.

4315. Environmental Chemistry for Pollution Management (3). Prerequisite: CE 3309 or consent of instructor. Introduces the fundamental knowledge of reaction kinetics and chemical equilibriums relevant to water quality in natural and engineered processes.

4385. Microbial Applications in Environmental Engineering (3). Presents information regarding bacterial cell structure and microbial genetics, metabolism and the role of microbes in the design of treatment processes and water/wastewater reuse issues.

4391. Advanced Water Treatment (3). Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Water chemistry and microbiology; design procedures for municipal water treatment; advanced methods of quality control, renovation, and reuse.

4399. Biological Municipal Wastewater Treatment (3). Prerequisite: ENVE 4307, CE 3309 or consent of instructor. Municipal wastewater treatment methods, including suspend and attached growth biological systems, nitrification, denitrification, phosphorous removal, sludge stabilization, and treated effluent and sludge disposal.Back to Top

 

5000 Level Courses

5107. Advanced Physical and Chemical Wastewater Treatment Lab (1). Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Characterization of alkalinity, pH, BOD, and solids concentrations. Students will conduct column tests and filtration studies. Analyze water quality data.

5303. Design of Air Pollution Control Systems (3). Engineering analysis procedures techniques for the selection, application, and operation of air pollution control methods in various operational situations.

5305. Environmental Systems Design I (3). Student teams evaluate a waste problem, select and develop a treatment alternative in a feasibility study, and then finalize their design selections in technical memorandums. (Writing Intensive)

5306. Environmental Systems Design II (3). Student teams evaluate a waste problem, select and develop a treatment alternative in a feasibility study, and then finalize their design selections in technical memorandums. (Writing Intensive)

5307. Advanced Physical and Chemical Municipal Wastewater Treatment (3). Characterization of municipal wastewaters and the application of physical and chemical design procedures to remove and dispose of criteria pollutants in wastewater.

5314. Membrane Treatment Processes (3). Prerequisite: CE 3309 or consent of instructor. Introduces the fundamental princi-ples and applications of various membrane processes (MF, UF, NF and RO) in water and wastewater treatment and quality control.

5315. Environmental Chemistry for Pollution Management (3). Prerequisite: CE 3309 (or equivalent) or consent of instructor. Introduces the fundamental knowledge of reaction kinetics and chemical equilibriums relevant to water quality in natural and engineered processes.

5399. Biological Municipal Wastewater Treatment (3). Municipal wastewater treatment methods, including suspend and attached growth biological systems, nitrification, denitrification, phosphorous removal, sludge stabilization, and treated effluent and sludge disposal.Back to Top