Relationship Between the ENE Program Educational Objectives and ENE MP Curriculum

ENE Program Educational Objectives

Courses in Curriculum Related to Educational Objectives

1.

ENE Program graduates will have the skills, experience and knowledge to pursue successful careers as environmental engineers. ENE Program graduates will have demonstrated the ability to: (a) identify information needs; (b) locate information resources, and/or design laboratory or field experiments to attain required information; and (c) evaluate and synthesize data with sound engineering principles, methodologies, and the latest technology into creative, sustainable, safe and economical engineering solutions to environmental engineering problems. The solutions they develop will minimize the impact of human activities on the environment and protect human health. The ENE Program will provide qualified students with a foundation for advanced studies in environmental engineering.

 

Mathematics: Calculus 1 and 2 (425,426); Diff. Eq. (527); Prob. Stat. (644)

Science: Chem. 1 and 2 (403, 404); Org. Chem. (545, 546); Physics 1 (407); GW Hydro (Esci 710); Tech. Elec.

Engg. Principles: Statics (CiE 525); Fluid Mechanics (CiE 642); Proj. Engg. (CiE 633); Tech Elec.; CAD (Tech 564)

ENE Courses: Env. Engg. Lectures 1 and 2 (400, 401); Env Engg. Seminar (521); Env. Pollution & Protection (520); Env. Engg. Fundamentals (645); Solid Haz. Waste (742); Water Chem. (749); Env. Micro. (756); Open Channel Flow/Pipe Design (CiE 741/755); Engr Lab Elec.; Bioenv. Engg (746); Physchem. Engg (744); Ene Electives; Capstone Des. (788)

2.

ENE Program graduates will have demonstrated oral and written communication skills to clearly explain engineering options and recommend solutions to stakeholders.

 

Env. Engg Lectures 1 & 2 (400, 401); Env. Poll. Prot (520); Project Engg. (633); Fluid Mechanics (642); Env. Engg. (645); Env. Micro. (756); Physchem Des. (744); Bioengg. Des. (746); Capstone Design (788)

3.

ENE Program graduates will have demonstrated in-depth knowledge within environmental engineering and an awareness of potential social, economic, political, and environmental impacts of engineering practices. ENE Program graduates will have an appreciation of the contribution of environmental engineers to the benefit of society and the responsibilities of a professional environmental engineer.

 

Open Channel Flow/Pipe Design (CiE 741/755); Engr Lab Elec.; Bioenv. Engg (746); Physchem. Engg (744); Ene Electives; Capstone Des. (788)

4.

ENE Program graduates will work as part of multidisciplinary teams to arrive at solutions to environmental engineering problems.

 

Env. Engg. Lectures 2 (401); Env Engg. Fund (645); Capstone Design (788)

5.

ENE Program graduates will be prepared to obtain professional engineering licensure. ENE Program graduates will have the capacity to continue learning and improving their professional expertise and skills by participating in professional associations, conferences, workshops, and courses, and will understand the importance of continued professional development.

 

Env. Engg. Lectures 1 and 2 (400, 401); Env Engg. Seminar (521); Env. Pollution & Protection (520); Env. Engg. Fundamentals (645); Solid Haz. Waste (742); Water Chem. (749); Env. Micro. (756); Open Channel Flow/Pipe Design (CiE 741/755); Engr Lab Elec.; Bioenv. Des. (746); Physchem. Des. (744); ENE Electives; Capstone Des. (788)