Course descriptions from the University catalog are available online. Using MyCUInfo, the schedules of courses can be checked for the current semester. Faculty Course Questionnaires (FCQs) can also be checked online by instructor and students.
The Environmental Engineering Program administers a small number of courses to supplement courses offerings from the participating Departments. Below is a list of regularly offered EVEN courses with links to more detailed descriptions.
EVEN 4484 (3 credits) Introduction to Environmental Microbiology
Surveys microbiology topics germane to modern civil and environmental engineering. Provides fundamentals needed to understand microbial processes and ecology in engineered and natural systems and reviews applications emphasizing the interface between molecular biology and classical civil engineering. Same as CVEN 4484. Requisites: Requires prerequisite course of CHEN 1211 (minimum grade C-).
Offered: Every spring.
NEW! Starting Fall 2015
EVEN 4830 (3 credits) Environmental Engineering Process Modeling
Instructor: Michael Walker
This is a computer-based lab course that introduces undergrad students to useful modeling and analysis software/techniques that they typically do not have a great deal of exposure to. This is intended as a senior-level, fall semester course. It will build on fundamentals learned in previous courses and provide skills that will be useful in the capstone design course, and as practicing engineers. (Prereq: Heat Transfer, Thermo).
Offered: Every Fall (Course description).