ENV E 363 Environmental Engineering Laboratory
Description: Analysis of natural waters and wastewaters, sampling and analysis of hazardous environmental pollutants, and techniques to analyze solid waste.
Text: Chemistry for Environmental Engineering and Science by Sawyer, C.N., McCarty, P.L., Parkin, G.F., McGraw Hill, 5th edition, 2003.
Service Learning in Spring 2016 through the SAGE Project.
ENV E 648 Biological Processes and Bioremediation Engineering
Description: Engineering principles and design of biological processes used in wastewater and bioremediation treatment technologies.
Multiple textbooks and papers used.
ENVE 555 Sustainable Water and Sanitation Systems
Description: Graduate and undergraduate level course in sustainable approaches to addressing local and global issues in water supply and sanitation. Topics covered include water supply, wastewater reuse and recovery, and solid waste management, and the course provides the engineering tools necessary to carry out basic design of water delivery, treatment, and sewage disposal systems in developing communities and rural communities in the US.
Text: Field Guide to Environmental Engineering for Development Workers, Mihelcic et al., ASCE Press
ENV E 647 Physical & Chemical Processes for Water Pollution Control
Description: Engineering principles and design of physical and chemical processes used in water and wastewater treatment.
Text: Water Treatment: Principles and Design, 3rd Ed., MWH. Crittenden et al.
Field trip: Pure Water Demonstration Project for Indirect Potable Water Reuse.
CE 563 Environmental Engineering Fundamentals
Description: Basic physical, chemical, and biological concepts and the applications to the protection of the environment with emphasis on techniques used in water and wastewater treatment.
Text: Introduction to Environmental Engineering and Science, Masters and Ela, 3rd Ed.
CE 816 Natural Organic Matter Characterization and Modeling
Description: Graduate level course in characterization and modeling of natural organic matter (NOM) in natural and polluted aquatic environments. Covers principles of optical spectroscopy, parallel factor analysis (PARAFAC) modeling, and recent advances in tracking dissolved organic matter sources and transformations.
Text: assigned readings