Water Quality & Treatment

Water Quality & Treatment

Water Quality and Treatment includes processes used to make water acceptable for desired end-uses. These can include use as drinking water, industrial processes, agricultural uses, and environmental management. The goal of water treatment processes is to remove existing contaminants in the water or reduce the concentration of such contaminants so the water becomes fit for its desired end-use.

Classes and Credits Offered

BIOL  477 Applied and Environmental Microbiology (4)

CHEM 472 Analytical Methods for Toxic Organics and Metal Ions in the Environment (3)

ENVE 456 Environmental Engineering Design (3)

ENVE 462 Sampling and Analysis of Environmental Contaminants (3)

ENVE 551 Unit Process/Operation of Water Treatment (3)

ENVE 551L Unit Process/Operation of Water Treatment Laboratory (1)

ENVE 552 Unit Process/Operation of Wastewater Treatment Laboratory (3)

ENVE 552L Unit Process/Operation of Wastewater Treatment Laboratory (1)

ENVE 553 Chemical Theories of Environmental Engineering (3)

ENVE 554 Microbiological Theories of Environmental Engineering  (3)

ENVE 557 Surface Water Quality Modeling (3)

ENVE 558 Advanced Waste Management (3)

ENVE 630 Fate and Transport of Environmental Contaminants (3)

ENVE 631 Topics in Environmental Engineering I (3)

ENVE 632 Topics in Environmental Engineering II (3)

EPWS 520 Environmental Fate of Pesticides (3)

FWCE 534 Aquatic Contaminants and Toxicology (4)

MPH 554 Environmental Epidemiology (3)

TOX 523 Environmental Toxicology (3)