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CE 571/771 Environmental Engineering Laboratory
A course in the application of laboratory skills and experiments relevant to drinking water and wastewater treatment processes.
CE 573/773 Biological Principles of Environmental Engineering Processes
A survey of the roles of microorganisms in environmental engineering processes. Students will gain understanding of selective pressures and their manipulation to perform beneficial functions.
CE 772 Physical Principles of Environmental Engineering Processes
A study of the role physical principles play in environmental processes. The class emphasizes fundamental physical knowledge at the microscale to understand environmental processes.