Courses Taught Regularly
CVEN 402. Engineered Environmental Systems. (3-0). Credit 3. Unit operations and processes in environmental engineering; physical, chemical and biological treatment of water and wastewater; treatment system analysis and design. Prerequisite: CVEN 301; typically taught in Fall semester.
CVEN 604. Engineering Analysis of Treatment Processes. (3-0). Credit 3. Theory of processes used to treat water, wastewater and hazardous wastes; applications of theory to design and operation of treatment systems, including biological treatment, adsorption, coagulation, filtration and precipitation. Prerequisite: CVEN 601, 619, 620; typically taught in Spring semester.
CVEN 620 Environmental Engineering Processes II. (3-0). Credit 3. Chemical processes that describe behavior of materials in natural and engineered environmental systems including neutralization, precipitation, complex formation, adsorption, oxidation-reduction, coagulation, volatilization, and absorption. Prerequisites: CVEN 301; course in organic chemistry, typically taught in Fall semester.
Courses Taught Irregularly
ENGR 106 Introduction to Engineering (now part of ENGR 112)
ENGR 109 Engineering Problem Solving and Computing (now part of ENGR 112)
ENGR 212 Principles of Engineering II
CVEN 301. Environmental Engineering. (3-0). Credit 3. I, II Water quality; material balances; chemical, physical and biological processes; water quality modeling; water and wastewater treatment; air quality; solid and hazardous waste management. Prerequisites: CHEM 107; CVEN 302 or registration therein; MATH 308 or registration therein; typically taught in Spring and Fall semesters.
CVEN 302. Computer Applications in Engineering and Construction
CVEN 338. Water Resources Engineering (now CVEN 339)
CVEN 348. Engineering Economy (now part of CVEN 422)
CVEN 384. Civil Engineering Systems II (now part of CVEN 422 )
CVEN 606. Environmental Engineering Design I. (3-0). Credit 3. Design of engineered environmental systems for water or wastewater treatment in domestic or industrial applications. Prerequisite: CVEN 604 or approval of instructor; typically taught in fall semester in alternating years (last taught fall 2011).
CVEN 619 Environmental Engineering Processes I. (3-0). Credit 3. Physical processes that describe behavior of materials in natural and engineered environmental systems including transport phenomenon, sorption, desorption, flocculation and sedimentation.
CVEN 681. Seminar
CVEN 682. Environmental Remediation of Contaminated Sites. (3-0). Credit 3. Aspects of characterization and design of plans for remediation of sites contaminated with hazardous wastes; review of federal and state regulations; risk assessment; remedial technology screening and design of remedial plans. Prerequisites: CVEN 601, 619, 620; typically taught in fall semester of alternating years (last taught fall 2010).
CVEN 689. Special Topics in Laboratory Analysis of Water and Wastewater Treatment
CVEN 689. Special Topics in Chemical Treatment of Water and Wastewater
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