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ENVE 481. Environmental Engineering Project Design 2

Credits: 3
Department: Atmospheric & Hydrologic Sciences
Description: Continuation of a team engineering design project sequence under faculty supervision. Typical problems environmental engineers solve in the field. Ethics, project management, and life-cycle analysis. Presentations and formal technical report.
Prerequisites: ENVE 480
Corequisites: ENVE 427
Semester Offered: Spring
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Apply principles from mathematics; physical, chemical, and biological sciences; and engineering to definition and solution of a complex environmental problem
2. Design an investigation, combining desktop and field- or laboratory-based experiments, to produce information necessary to design targeted systems or processes
3. Design one or more processes or systems employing scientific and engineering principles in concert with economic and life cycle analysis principles
4. Contribute to the workings of a design team
5. Employ modern computational tools in numeric analyses
6. Integrate principles from economics, social sciences and humanities into the design process
7. Manage the efforts involved in producing the final design product
8. Communicate the processes employed in and results of analyses of environmental processes in written form
9. Examine ethical questions and analyze actions relative to a code of ethics






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