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Undergraduate

  • CE 100 Elementary Fluid Mechanics
  • CE 101 Fluid Mechanics of Rivers, Streams, and Wetlands
  • CE 103 Hydrology
  • CE 106 Air Pollution
  • CE 107 Climate Change Mitigation
  • CE 108 Air Pollutant Emissions and Control
  • CE 111 Environmental Engineering
  • CE 112 Environmental Engineering Design
  • CE 114 Environmental Microbiology
  • CE 115 Water Chemistry
  • CE 116 Environmental Aqueous Geochemistry
  • CE 173 Groundwater and Seepage
  • CE 193 Engineering Risk Analysis

Graduate

  • CE 200A Environmental Fluid Mechanics.
  • CE 200B Numerical Modeling of Environmental Flows
  • CE 200C Transport and Mixing in the Environment
  • CE 202A Vadose Zone Hydrology
  • CE 202B Geostatistics and Stochastic Hydrology
  • CE 203N Surface Water Hydrology.
  • CE 210A Control of Water-Related Pathogens
  • CE 211A Environmental Physical-Chemical Processes
  • CE 211B Environmental Biological Processes
  • CE 212 Wastewater Treatment Engineering II
  • CE 217 Environmental Chemical Kinetics
  • CE 218A Air Quality Engineering
  • CE 218B Air Pollutant Dynamics
  • CE 218C Air Pollution Modeling
  • CE 281 Engineering Geology

Related Courses in Other Departments

Agricultural and Resource Economics

  • ARE 261 Natural Resource Economics
  • ARE 262 Environmental Economics

Chemical Engineering

  • Che 150A Transport Processes
  • Che 150B Transport Processes
  • Che 170 Biochemical Engineering
  • Che 170E Environmental Biotechnology
  • Che 170L Biochemical Engineering Laboratory
  • Che 230 Mathematical Methods in Chemical Engineering
  • Che 248 Applied Surface and Colloid Chemistry

City and Regional Planning

  • CRP 251 Environmental Planning and Regulation

Earth and Planetary Science

  • EPS 120 Analysis of Environmental Data
  • EPS 217 Fluvial Geomorphology
  • EPS 225 Advanced Geomorphology

Energy and Resources Group

  • ERG 151 Politics of Energy and Environmental Policy
  • ERG 200 Interdisciplinary Energy Analysis
  • ERG 202 Modeling Ecological and Meteorological Phenomena

Engineering

  • E 201 Ocean Engineering Seminar
  • E 266A Finite Difference Methods for Fluid Dynamics

Environmental Science, Policy and Management

  • ESPM 112 Microbial Ecology
  • ESPM 115A Freshwater Ecology
  • ESPM 115B Biology of Aquatic Insects
  • ESPM 131 Soil Microbiology
  • ESPM 180 Atmospheric Chemistry
  • ESPM 222 Surface and Colloid Chemistry of Natural Particles

Industrial Engineering and Operations Research

  • IEOR 220 Economics and Dynamics of Production
  • IEOR 231 Decision Analysis and Forecasting
  • IEOR 262A Mathematical Programming I
  • IEOR 262B Mathematical Programming II
  • IEOR 263A Applied Stochastic Process I

Integrative Biology

  • IB 106 Biological Oceanography
  • IB 153 Population and Community Ecology
  • IB 153L Laboratory in Population and Community Ecology

Law

  • Law 271 Environmental Law and Policy

Mathematics

  • Math 128A Numerical Analysis
  • Math 128B Numerical Analysis

Mechanical Engineering

  • ME 213 Fluid Mechanics of Biological Systems
  • ME 256 Combustion
  • ME 260A Advanced Fluid Mechanics I
  • ME 260B Advanced Fluid Mecahanics II
  • ME 267 Geophysical Fluid Mechanics

Nuclear Engineering

  • NE 224 Safety Assessment for Geological Disposal of Radioactive Wastes
  • NE 275 Principles and Methods of Risk Analysis

Public Health

  • PH 150 Introduction to Epidemiology and Environmental Health
  • PH 220C Risk Assessment, Policy and Toxics Regulations
  • PH 245 Introduction to Multivariate Statistics
  • PH 254 Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology
  • PH 270A Exposure Assessment and Control
  • PH 270B Toxicology

Statistics

  • Stat 248 Analysis of Time Series
  • Stat 251 Applied Stochastic Processes

Environmental Engineering Seminar

Environmental Engineering offers a series of 6-8 seminars each semester. These seminars feature professional engineers or faculty members from other universities. A social function follows the seminar. All Environmental Engineering graduate students are expected to attend the seminar.