Graduate Course:

1. Environmental Microbiology (EnE 662)

Frequency: Every fall semester

Student enrollment per semester: 20-40

Typical course topics: Overview of the microbiology of natural and human impacted environment, fundamental microbiology in water treatment engineering, microbial detection methodologies, waterborne disease outbreaks, and microbial risk assessment.

Teaching fashion: Lectures, projects, homework, presentations/term papers, quizzes/mid-term exams and final exams; Field study; Two or three laboratory sessions offering students hands-on experiences in magnetic bioseparation, disinfection, and other intriguing microbial assays

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Undergraduate Courses:

1. Environmental Engineering (EnE 262)

Frequency: Every spring semester

Student enrollment per semester: 30-40

Typical course topics: Professional ethics, mass/energy transfer, reaction kinetics, water chemistry, water/wastewater treatment, membrane filtration, disinfection, sludge treatment, air pollution, and noise control

Teaching fashion: Lectures, projects, homework, presentations/term papers, quizzes/mid-term exams and final exams; Field study; Three laboratory sessions offering students hands-on experiences in water quality analysis, jar tests for coagulation/flocculation/sedimentation, and disinfection.


2.  Fundamental Engineering Design (FED 101)

Frequency: Every semester
Student enrollment per semester: 60-80
Typical course topics: Introduction to environmental engineering principles and emerging challenges.
Teaching fashion: Lecture


3.  Nanotechnology minor Course (NANO 488)

Frequency: Every semester
Student enrollment per semester: 5-15
Typical course topics: Monitoring and Removal Engineered Nanomaterials/Nanoparticles in the environment
Teaching fashion: Lecture 


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