Introduction to Environmental Engineering

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Course Overview

Given the global concerns about the environment, sustainability, clean water and air quality, this course is timely. Learn how you can meet your engineering goals while helping preserve the environment.

Who Should Attend?

Who should attend?

  • Professionals in environmental and green businesses
  • Consulting engineers and designers
  • Plant managers and superintendents
  • Employees in water, air, and waste related fields
  • Public officials and city engineers

Course Outline

Chemistry and Biology in the Environment

Understanding Ecosystems

Nutrient, Mass, and Energy Cycling

Risk Perception in Environmental Engineering

Hydrologic Cycle and the Impacts of Climate Change

Geological and Soil Resources

Water Quality Management

Water Pollutants and their Sources

Drinking Water Treatment and Emerging Contaminants

Wastewater Treatment, Residuals Management and Energy Recovery

Water Reuse and Water Conservation

Air Pollution and Carbon Dioxide

Carbon Footprints and Carbon Trading

Sustainable Development: Status and Opportunities

Developments in Renewable Energy

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Program Director

Ned Paschke

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