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Course Equivalency Tool (Montana University System Common Course Changes)

EENV
Engineering - Environmental


EENV 292   INDEPENDENT STUDY

EENV 340   PRINCIPLES OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

EENV 432   ADVANCED ENGINEERING HYDROLOGY

EENV 434   GROUND WATER SUPPLY AND REMEDIATION

EENV 440   WATER CHEMISTRY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERS

EENV 441   NATURAL TREATMENT SYSTEMS

EENV 443   AIR POLLUTION CONTROL

EENV 445   HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT

EENV 447   HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT

EENV 490R  UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH

EENV 491   SPECIAL TOPICS

EENV 492   INDEPENDENT STUDY

EENV 534   ENVIRON ENG INVESTIGATION

EENV 540   WATER CHEMISTRY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERS

EENV 561   ENVIRON ENG REACTOR THEORY

EENV 562   WATER TREATMENT PROCESS/DESIGN

EENV 563   WASTEWATER TREAT PROC/DESIGN

EENV 565   CHEM SENS/INSTR ENVIR BIOTECH

EENV 575   RESEARCH OR PROF PAPER/PROJECT

EENV 589   GRADUATE CONSULTATION

EENV 590   MASTER'S THESIS

EENV 591   SPECIAL TOPICS 

EENV 592   INDEPENDENT STUDY

EENV 598   INTERNSHIP


Course Equivalency Tool (Montana University System Common Course Changes)

EENV 292 INDEPENDENT STUDY
On Demand 1 -3 cr. IND Maximum 6 cr.
PREREQUISITE: Consent of instructor and approval of department head.
-- Directed research and study on an individual basis.

EENV 340 PRINCIPLES OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
S 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: CHMY 143 or CHMY 153
COREQUISITE: EGEN 335
-- Fundamentals of environmental engineering with emphasis on water and wastewater.

EENV 432 ADVANCED ENGINEERING HYDROLOGY
S 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 331.
COREQUISITE: ECIV 332.
-- Hydrology emphasizing engineering design. Topics include modern techniques for flow estimation, flood routing and sediment yield; design of conveyance structures; and water project development.

EENV 434 GROUND WATER SUPPLY AND REMEDIATION
S 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: EGEN 335.
-- Contemporary groundwater topics including water supply, contaminant transport, and remediation technologies.

EENV 440 WATER CHEMISTRY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERS
S 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: EENV 340.
--Fundamentals of aquatic chemistry and principles of water technology for environmental engineers. Based on chemical thermodynamics. Students learn to quantify water quality and control parameters characterizing water quality. Co-convened with ENVE 540. Students enrolled in this course will not be able to take ENVE 540 and have it count toward degree requirements.

EENV 441 NATURAL TREATMENT SYSTEMS
F 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: EENV 340.
-- Planning, design, and operation of remediation facilities emphasizing natural versus mechanical elements. Specific topics include stabilization ponds, constructed wetlands, land treatment, and on-site domestic systems.

EENV 443 AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
F alternate years, 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: EM 335, CHMY 141 and ME 324 or equivalent.
-- Fundamentals of air quality management with emphasis on the design of processes and equipment for controlling gaseous and particulate emissions.

EENV 445 HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT
F alternate years 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: CE 340 or equivalent.
-- Principles, theory, and practice of treating hazardous materials.

EENV 447 HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT
S 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: Junior standing and one of the following: CHMY 211 or EM 335.
-- Introduction to the technologies, regulations, political and social issues, and environmental impacts of hazardous wastes. Management approaches are developed through fundamental studies and review of case histories.

EENV 490R UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH
F,S,Su 1 - 6 cr. IND May be repeated. Max 12 cr.
-- Directed undergraduate research/creative activity which may culminate in a research paper, journal article, or undergraduate thesis. Course will address responsible conduct of research.

EENV 491 SPECIAL TOPICS
On Demand 1 - 4 cr. Maximum 12 cr.
PREREQUISITE: Course prerequisites as determined for each offering.
-- Courses not required in any curriculum for which there is a particular one-time need, or given on a trial basis to determine acceptability and demand before requesting a regular course number.

EENV 492 INDEPENDENT STUDY
On Demand 1 - 3 cr. IND Maximum 4 cr.
PREREQUISITE: Junior standing, consent of instructor, and approval of Department Head.
-- Directed research and study on an individual basis.

EENV 534 ENVIRON ENG INVESTIGATION
F
PREREQUISITE: CE 340 and one of the following: CE 431, BREN 434, CE 435.
-- Laboratory and field investigations for design and analysis of environmental engineering systems.

EENV 540 WATER CHEMISTRY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERS
S alternate even years, 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: EENV 340
-- Fundamentals of aquatic chemistry and principles of water technology for environmental engineers. Based on chemical thermodynamics. Students learn to quantify water quality and control parameters characterizing water quality. Co-convened with EENV 440. Students enrolled in this course will not be able to take EENV 440 and have it count toward degree requirements.

EENV 561 ENVIRON ENG REACTOR THEORY
F
PREREQUISITE: CE 340.
-- Theory and mathematics of reactors commonly used in water and wastewater operations.

EENV 562 WATER TREATMENT PROCESS/DESIGN
S
PREREQUISITE: ENVE 560, ENVE 561.
-- Principles, theory, and practice of water treatment plant design.

EENV 563 WASTEWATER TREAT PROC/DESIGN
S
PREREQUISITE: ENVE 560, ENVE 561.
-- Principles, theory, and practice of wastewater treatment plant design.

EENV 565 CHEM SENS/INSTR ENVIR BIOTECH
S alternate years, to be offered even years.
PREREQUISITE: CE 340 or consent of instructor.
-- The course provides the knowledge necessary to design, manufacture, and use chemical sensors in the area of environmental biotechnology. Principles of manufacture and examples of application of chemical sensors along with the principles of measurement, signal conditioning, and data acquisition are presented to an extent that is necessary for the operation of sensors. The measurement techniques are preceded with an adequate theoretical introduction. Demonstrations of the sensors are organized in the Microsensors Laboratory located at the Center for Biofilm Engineering.

EENV 575 RESEARCH OR PROF PAPER/PROJECT
F,S,Su
Max 6 cr.
PREREQUISITE: Graduate standing.
-- A research or professional paper or project dealing with a topic in the field. The topic must have been mutually agreed upon by the student and his or her major adviser and graduate committee.

EENV 589 GRADUATE CONSULTATION
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Master's standing and approval of the Dean of Graduate Studies.
-- This course may be used only by students who have completed all of their coursework (and thesis, if on a thesis plan) but who need additional faculty or staff time or help.

EENV 590 MASTER'S THESIS
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Master's standing. May be repeated.

EENV 591 SPECIAL TOPICS
On Demand 1 - 4 cr. Maximum 12 cr.
PREREQUISITE: EENV 340.
-- Fundamentals of aquatic chemistry and principles of water technology for environmental engineers. Based on chemical thermodynamics. Students learn to quantify water quality and control parameters characterizing water quality. Co-convened with EENV 440. Students enrolled in this course will not be able to take EENV 440 and have it count toward degree requirements.

EENV 592 INDEPENDENT STUDY
On Demand 1-4 cr. IND Maximum 8 cr.
PREREQUISITE: Admission to graduate program.
-- Directed graduate research and study of architectural, urban design or historic preservation issues on an individual basis.

EENV 598 INTERNSHIP
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Graduate standing, consent of instructor and approval of Department Head.
-- An individual assignment arranged with an agency, business or other organizations to provide guided experience in the field.

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