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ENVE 327. Environmental Engineering Process Analysis

Credits: 4
Department: Atmospheric & Hydrologic Sciences
Description: Mathematical, scientific, and engineering principles and applications in water and wastewater treatment, water resources management, environmental systems remediation, and air quality control. Environmental chemistry, material balance, biotic and abiotic kinetics, interfacial mass transfer, and environmental contaminants. Analysis and interpretation of laboratory investigations.
Prerequisites: CHEM 211, ENVE 201
Corequisites: MATH 327
Semester Offered: Fall
Grading Method: ABCDF
Lab: Lab

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Apply principles from mathematics, natural sciences and engineering to the definition and solution of environmental problems
2. Develop and assimilate key conceptual physical, chemical, and microbial models addressing processes operative in environmental systems to design engineered systems
3. Conduct experiments, analyze data and interpret results to gain key empirical understandings of environmental processes
4. Integrate concepts from key social sciences into engineering analyses to evaluate solutions in a global and societal context
5. Collaborate while performing, analyzing, and documenting laboratory experiments.
6. Employ modern computational tools in numerical analyses
7. Communicate the processes employed in and results of analyses of environmental processes in written form

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