Current Courses

MCEN 3022 (3 credits, Fall) Heat Transfer

Studies fundamentals of heat transfer by conduction, convection, and radiation. Emphasizes problem formulation and selection of appropriate solution techniques. Provides applications to modern engineering systems, which may include energy, biological, environmental, and materials engineering problems.
Requisites: Requires prereq courses of MCEN 3021 and MCEN 3012 or GEEN 3852 and APPM 2360 (all min grade C). Restricted to students with 57-180 credits (Jrs/Srs) MECH or EVEN or GEEN-BS students, with a sub-plan of MEC.

MCEN 5228 (3 credits, Spring) Environmental Law for Engineers

Introduces rationales for and approaches to environmental regulation, the environmental rulemaking process, environmental enforcement, and judicial review of environmental regulations. Develops familiarity with major US environmental statutes including the Clean Water Act, the Clean Air Act, and the National Environmental Policy Act. Examines how advances in science and engineering are incorporated in environmental regulations.
Requisites: restricted to College of Engineering and Applied Sciences graduate or BS/MS students.

In addition to these courses, Professor Milford has recently taught Sustainable Energy (G); Environmental Modeling (G); and Air Pollution Control Engineering (UG/G).