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ENVE 328. Environmental Engineering Systems Analysis

Credits: 4
Department: Atmospheric & Hydrologic Sciences
Description: Analyses of coupled processes in engineered and natural systems, computer-based numeric modeling, design and conduct of laboratory experiments, analysis and interpretation of results.
Prerequisites: ENVE 327
Semester Offered: Spring
Grading Method: ABCDF
Lab: Lab

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Apply principles from chemistry and engineering to the analysis of coupled sets of processes operative in engineered and natural environmental systems
2. Design and conduct laboratory-based experiments, analyze data and interpret experimental results
3. Analyze chemical, microbial, and transport processes operative in natural systems to develop quantitative understandings of the behavior of selected engineered and natural systems
4. Employ modern computational tools in numeric analyses
5. Communicate the processes employed in and results of analyses of environmental processes in written form






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