Advanced Environmental Biotechnology (CEE565)

This course builds upon previous courses you have taken:  e.g., CEE 562 and 567, or equivalents.  You will expand the scope of your knowledge about environmental-biotechnology, address emerging topics, and enhance your problem-solving skills.  At the end of the course, you will be well prepared to carry out leading-edge research or practice in environmental biotechnology.  This class was formerly listed at CEE598.

Introduction to Environmental Engineering (CEE361)

This course introduces the most essential elements of environmental engineering to junior- and senior-level civil engineering students, although other students are welcome. The course provides a fundamental basis from which to understand and evaluate the environment and design engineered systems for environmental quality control. These systems include: drinking water and wastewater treatment, air pollution control, soil and aquifer pollution and remediation, and solid waste management. Critical evaluation of contemporary issues concerning our environment and the regulatory structure will be incorporated into the class in lecture and through the lab/recitation periods.

Spring 2012 Syllabus