Skip over navigation

Course Offerings

Course Evaluation Results

Course Details

Spring 2011-2012
* CEE 303 / ENV 303 / URB 303 (STN)   Graded A-F, P/D/F, Audit

Introduction to Environmental Engineering

Catherine A. Peters

The course introduces the students to the basic chemical and physical processes of relevance in environmental engineering. Mass and energy balance and transport concepts are introduced and the chemical principles governing reaction kinetics and phase partitioning are presented. We then turn our focus to the application of these principles in environmental engineering problems related to water and air pollution.

Sample reading list:
J.R. Mihelcic, Wiley, 2009, Environmental Eng'ing: Fundamentals, Sustainability, Design

Reading/Writing assignments:
Reading assignments, approximately 20-40 pages per week. Weekly problem sets or quizzes.

Mid Term Exam - 30%
Paper in lieu of Final - 20%
Other Exam - 30%
Problem set(s) - 20%

Other Requirements:
Course is required for concentrators

Prerequisites and Restrictions:
CHM 201 and MAT 104 (can be taken concurrently), or permission of the instructor.

Other information:
For students in the Environmental Studies Certificate Program, this course will count as a Core course in place of ENV 202 for the spring 2012 semester.

Schedule/Classroom assignment:

Class numberSectionTimeDaysRoomEnrollmentStatus
42029 L01 11:00:00 am - 12:20:00 pm T Th   Peyton Hall   145   Enrolled:41 Limit:90