CE 3400 – Introduction to Environmental Engineering: An introduction to the major topics in environmental engineering. Focus areas include water supply, wastewater treatment, air pollution control and solid and hazardous waste management. Quantitative aspects and engineering solutions to problems are emphasized.
CE 4400 – Design of Water Treatment Facilities: A theoretical and practical design course for municipal potable water treatment systems. Major emphasis includes health criteria, operational control procedures, primary and secondary drinking water regulations, as well as the latest treatment design standards for production of drinking water.
CE 5400 – Advanced Design of Water Treatment Facilities: Advanced theory and practice of collection, purification, and distribution of potable water; special emphasis on purification techniques, and plant requirements and design.
CE 5450 – Advanced Physical-Chemical Treatment Processes: A graduate level course that focuses on the fundamental and applied aspects of physical and chemical processes for water and waste water treatment. Emphasis is placed on membrane (MF, UF, NF, RO), ion exchange, coagulation / flocculation, and media filtration processes.
CE 5700 – Environmental Implications and Applications of Nanotechnology: A special topics course covering the latest applications of nanotechnology for environmental purposes such as groundwater remediation, water/wastewater treatment, and energy production/storage. The environmental risks, which is comprised of exposure and toxicity, associated with engineered nanomaterials and their byproducts are also studied.