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Introduction

The Master of Engineering Program was offered in June, 1995 under the flagship of the DOST-ESEP I

project to upgrade the engineering education in the Philippines. It was conceived by the consortium of DOST-ESEP

network schools in the Visayas and Mindanao. These schools are Central Philippine University for Western Visayas,

University of San Carlos for Central and Eastern Visayas, MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology for Northern

Mindanao, and Ateneo de Davao and University of Mindanao for Southern Mindanao.

Since its founding, the program has helped increase the number of engineering faculty members with

advanced degrees. A number of graduates have been conferred the degree with specialization in such fields as

Ceramics Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Communications Engineering, Environmental

Engineering, Material Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Metallurgical Engineering.

Objectives

The MOE program is offered with the following objectives:

1.

to upgrade engineering education in the Visayas and Mindanao by making the program accessible to

faculty members of engineering schools; and

2.

to provide engineering practitioners advanced tools to cope with the increasing sophistication of

processes and system in industries.

(LIST OF COURSES BY SEMESTER)

First Year, First Semester

Course

No.

ES 201

Course Title

Units

Hrs/Wk

Lab

Total

0

3

Probability and Statistical Concepts in

Engineering

Planning and Design

Lec

3

ES 215

Computer Programming

ES 218

Energy Management

3

12

3

11

0

3

3

14

ES 210

Total

Prerequisite(s)

ES 81

ES 85

ES 81

None

Course No.

ES 205

ES 216

ES 217

ES 219

Hrs/Wk

Lab

Total

0

3

0

3

0

3

Course Title

Units

Operations Research

Research and Development

Environmental Engineering and

Management

Total

3

3

3

Lec

3

3

3

12

12

12

Prerequisite(s)

ES 81

None

ES 81

None

Course No.

ES 202

ES 211

Course Title

Units

II

Experimental Analysis and Design

(Discipline Related Course)

(Discipline Related Course)

Total

Hrs/Wk

Lab

Total

Lec

Prerequisite(s)

ES 201

3

3

3

12

3

3

3

12

0

0

0

0

3

3

3

12

ES 210

Course No.

Course Title

Units

Lec

Hrs/Wk

Lab

Total

Prerequisite(s)

ES 220

Management Information

Systems

None

ES 221

Special Project

General Courses

(Discipline Related Course)

Total

3

3

12

3

3

12

0

0

0

3

3

12

CATALOGUE OF COURSES

FOUNDATION COURSES

ES 201

Vector spaces, linear independence, matrices, rank and inverse of a matrix, decomposition theorems,

eigenvalues and eigenvectors, unitary and similarity transformations on matrices, initial and boundary

value problems, power series solutions. Applications to engineering problems.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ES 205

: ES 81 (Mathematical Methods in Engineering I) or

equivalent

Error analysis, solution of nonlinear equations, direct and iterative methods of solving linear systems,

approximations of functions, numerical differentiation and integration, numerical solution of ordinary

differential equations. With computer machine problems.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ES 210

: ES 81 (Math Methods in Engineering I) or equivalent

PLANNING AND DESIGN

Basic probability and statistics with application and examples in engineering systems, elementary

probability theory, random variables and their distributions, random processes, statistical inferences, curve

fitting and prediction, correlation and application to quality assurance reliability life testing.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ES 211

: ES 85 (Probability and Statistics in Engineering) or

equivalent

Review of the fundamentals of statistics and probability. Review of regression analysis: linear and multiple

regression analysis of variance. Design of experiments: completely randomized design, randomized

complete blocks. Latin square multiclassification, factorial, incomplete blocks and fractional replications,

confounding, general mixed factorials, optimum design.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ES 215

: ES 210 (Probability and Statistical Concepts in

Engineering Planning and Design) or equivalent

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

Elements of computer programming, structured computer programming in FORTRAN or C, or any

structured programming language.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

: ES 81 (Mathematical Methods in Engineering I) or

consent of the instructor

ES 216

OPERATIONS RESEARCH

Operations research methods. Linear programming, transportation problem, assignment problem, integer

programming. Review of probabilities, network analysis, PERT-CPM, dynamic programming, game

theory, MARKOV chains, nonlinear programming.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ES 217

: none

Elements and fundamentals of research and development, writing of project proposals.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ES 218

: ES 81 (Mathematical Methods in Engineering I)

ENERGY MANAGEMENT

Energy resources, conversions, uses. Energy conservation methods in the home, in transportation, in

industrial and commercial sectors. Interfuel substitution; Factors in the design of low energy consumption

buildings. Economics of energy. Technological, economic, societal and environmental factors.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ES 219

: none

Pollution control laws; regulations and standards; types sources and harmful effects of pollution, solid and

liquid waste disposal and management, air pollution control

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

: none

CORE COURSES

ES 202

Boundary value problems of differential equations. Sturm-Liouville theory, singular boundary conditions,

orthogonal expansions, separation of variables in partial differential equations, spherical harmonics.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ES 220

: ES 201 (Advanced Engineering Mathematics I) or

equivalent

The course covers the role of information system in governing the behavior of an organization. Topics

include planning and control system, the role of analytical and simulation models in decision-making, the

economics of information, and the implementation of an integrated system. Examples of some types of

information system will be studied and their analysis and design will be discussed through cases and

projects.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

: none

ES 221

SPECIAL PROJECT

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

: All foundation courses & general courses

EE 212

Functions of matrices. State-space descriptions, canonical realizations, observability and controllability.

Linear state-variable feedback, quadratic regulator theory. Asymptotic observers, direct transfer function

design procedures. Synthesis of multivariable transfer functions.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

EE 213

: Consent of the instructor

Positive real lemma. Bounded real lemma. Impedance matrix synthesis. Scattering matrix synthesis.

Transfer function matrix synthesis.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

EE 235

: EE 212 (Linear Systems Theory)

NONLINEAR SYSTEMS

Methods of analysis and synthesis. Describing functions. Second method of Lyapunov. Popov and the

circle criteria

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

EE 245

: EE 131 (Control Systems Theory)

Generalized machine theory. Analysis of rotating machines during steady-state, transient and dynamic

conditions.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

EE 250

: EE 42 (Electromechanical Energy Conversion)

Photovoltaic generators. Thermionic converters. Magnetohydrodynamic generators. Fuel cells. Recent

developments.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

EE 251

: EE 151 (Introduction to Power Systems)

FAULT STUDIES

Symmetrical components. Sequence impedances of transmission lines,

synchronous machines and transformers. Unbalanced and simultaneous faults.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

: EE 151 or equivalent

EE 252

Network matrices. Mathematical models. Computer solution for load flow and fault studies. Sparsity

techniques. Recent developments.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

EE 254

: EE 151 or equivalent

Electrical surges including traveling waves due to lightning and switching. Principles of lightning

protection. Insulation coordination.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

EE 256

: EE 102 (Probability for Electrical Engineers)

PROTECTIVE RELAYING

Fundamental principles. Protective devices. Relay systems. Relay coordination.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

EE 290

SEMINAR

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

EE 353

: EE 251 (Fault Studies)

: none

Basic concepts. Measures and models. Reliability of generation, transmission, distribution and composite

systems.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

EE 357

: Consent of Instructor

Power system stability criteria. Steady-state, transient and dynamic stability. Swing equation. Computer

solutions. Multi-machines. Recent developments

Credit

: 3 units (3 hrs lec)

Prerequisite(s) : Consent of Instructor

EE 358

POWER SYSTEM ECONOMICS

Economics of energy generation and operation. Optimization methods. Mixedgeneration dispatch. Optimal load flow. Recent developments.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

EE 359

: 3 units

: Consent of Instructor

Synchronous machines and their control systems. Excitation and speed governing systems. Prime movers.

Load-frequency control. System voltage control.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

: EE 245 (Advanced Theory of Electrical Machines)

EE 258

ECE 205

Analysis of discrete signals and systems. Applications to digital filtering, active filters, digital

communication and encoding.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ECE 304

: none

The hardware organization of computer systems including the following topics: Instruction set selection,

arithmetic/logic unit design, hard wired and microprogrammed control schemes, memory organization. I/O

interface design. The course will involve computer simulation of digital systems.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ECE 201

: none

An introductory treatment of digital signal processing algorithms and implementation using high speed

digital signal processors. Detailed discussions of sampling, architecture, addressing modes and instruction

set of digital signal processors, discrete Fourier transform and digital filtering.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ECE 251

: none

Introduction to power semiconductor devices, characteristics and ratings. Analysis and design of circuits

with power semiconductors and associated devices are emphasized. Topics include power rectification,

inversion, AC-to-DC power control, firing circuits and microcomputer control of power circuits.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ECE 227

: none

Applications of the principles of signal analysis of amplitude phase, and frequency modulator systems.

Behavior of receivers in the presence of noise. Pulse code modulation and multiplex systems. Emphasis on

applications of theory to communication system design.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ECE 277

: none

CIRCUITS

Algorithmic and computational aspects of electronic circuit analysis. Both linear and nonlinear. Numerical

methods such as Newton-Raphson and various integration formulas. Sparse matrices and implicit integration

techniques. Worst case and tolerance analysis.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

: none

ECE 281

Approximation of filter transfer characteristics, scaling, and transformations in digital filter design. Active

filter design using OP-Amps; Sensitivity calculations and minimization; Computer-aided methods.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ECE 285

: none

Analysis, design, and fabrication of silicon, thin-film and thick-film integrated circuits. Consideration of

circuit design, layout and fabrication techniques for integrated circuits. Circuit simulation studies are aided

with SPICE II software system. Integrated operational amplifiers and logic gates (T2L, I2L, MOS, and

CNOS) are treated.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ECE 305

: none

ENGINEERING

The design and construction of compilers and other translators. Topics include compilation goals,

organization of a translator, grammars and languages, symbol tables, lexical analysis, syntax analysis

(parsing), error handling, intermediate and final code generation, assemblies, interpreters, and an

introduction to optimization/parallelization. Emphasis is on engineering, from scratch, a compiler or

interpreter for a small programming language typically a C or Pascal subset. Projects involve the

implementation (and documentation) of such a system using a C on ECN Unix.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ECE 307

: none

The design and construction of modern operating systems. Basic process concepts in multiprogrammed

computer systems including concurrency, scheduling, resource sharing, synchronization, deadlock, mutual

exclusion and protection. The engineering of operating systems involving detailed examination and

modification of an existing operating system, Unix. Presentation of analytic modeling and performance

evaluation techniques. Case studies of existing operating systems. A substantial part of the course will

involve projects centered on modification of Unix. The projects will support concepts of OS design and

construction including primary and secondary storage management, file systems, I/O subsystems, CPU

scheduling, and disk scheduling.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ECE 255

: none

Introduction to various methods of obtaining the extremum of a nondynamic or dynamic system and their

uses in control system design. Linear programming, various search methods, nonlinear programming, and

dynamic programming are presented for discrete-time as well as continuous-time systems. Various real-life

applications are discussed, and appropriate case studies are investigated

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

: none

ECE 257

Applications of phase plane methods and classification of singular points. Iteration and perturbation

techniques jump resonance. Limit cycles. Relaxation

oscillations. Introduction to Liapunov and asymptotic stability. Control area staff.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ECE 263

: none

Theoretical methods in optimal control theory. Topics include the calculus of variations and the Pontryagin

minimum principle with applications to minimum energy problems. Geometric methods will be applied to

the solution of minimum time problems. Computational methods, singular problems, observer theory, and

sufficient conditions of existence of solutions are also discussed.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ECE 282

: none

DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS

Introduction to digital communication systems and spread spectrum communications. Topics include

analog message digitization, signal space representation of digital signals, binary and M-ary signals,

comparison of digital communication systems in terms of signal energy and signal band width

requirements. The principal types of spread spectrum systems are analyzed and compared. Application of

spread spectrum to multiple access systems and to secure communication system is discussed.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ECE 231

: none

An introduction to basic concepts in the design, analysis and application for computational neural

networks. Topics include highly parallel fine grain architectural model such as the Boltzman machine,

Rosenblatts perception, Hopfields neutral nets, Back propagation, and their associated learning

algorithms. Proposed architectures and related simulation techniques are discussed. Applications to

signal/image processing and recognition optimization, and controls are examined.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ECE 285

: none

Introduction to digital image processing techniques for enhancement, compression, restoration,

reconstruction, and analysis, 2-D signals and systems; sampling and scanning; random fields; discrete

cosine transform; discrete Karhunen-Loeve transform; grayscale transformations; linear, ranked order, and

morphological filters; human vision, printing, and display of images, entropy-based compression; vector

quantization; block truncation coding; transform coding; predictive coding; image degradation models;

Wiener filter; constrained deconvolution, computed tomography; edge detection; shape representation; and

segmentation.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

: none

ECE 267

Analysis and design of special amplifiers, pulse circuits, operational circuits, DC amplifiers, and

transducers used in instrumentation, control, and computation.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ECE 308

: none

COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE

An introduction to the problems involved in designing and analyzing current machine architectures.

Included are stack, SIMD, and MIMD machines, and the use of overlap, pipeline, parallel, and associative

processing. Advanced I/O systems and memory organizations are examined. Evaluation methods for the

performance of computer systems to enable the architect to determine the relation between a computer

design and the design goals are explored. Some programming experience is assumed.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

: none

MSE 242

Theory of alloying and relationship among temperature, structure, and mechanical properties in nickel,

cobalt, and iron base alloys are presented. Effects of thermomechanical processing are shown. Analysis of

microscopy, scanning electron microscopy, x-ray diffraction and x-ray microprobe are discussed.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

MSE 241

: none

CORROSION

Rate-controlling steps in electrode processes, nature, structure, and mechanical properties in nickel;

activation, ohmic, and concentration polarization; passivation; potentio-static studies and alloy design;

application to engineering systems.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

MSE 210

: none

Energetics and kinetics of phase change in metals and alloys. Nucleation and growth models, with special

emphasis on role of crystal defects. Selected topics in multicomponent diffusion.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

MSE 261

: none

POLYMER SCIENCE

Fundamental relationships between chemical structure and physical properties of high polymers.

Polymerization reactions and processes. Molecular weight, viscous

flow and mechanical properties of polymers.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

: none

MetE 222

Special topics in flotation and comminution theory, mineral physics, thermal description, rise of radioactive

tracers and ion exchange resins.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

MetE 234

: none

Technology of steel making; blast furnace operation; converter operation, open hearths process, direct

reduction process, Correx process and other processes.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

MetE 240

: none

WELDING METALLURGY

Welding processes, thermal aspects of welding. Metallurgical evaluation of the microstructure resulting

from welding; Phase transformation during welding; Selection of filler metals, Stresses; Stress relief and

annealing; Preheating and post heating, difficulties and defects; welding ferrous and non-ferrous alloys;

welding tests.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

MetE 241

: none

Electron theory of metals, the nature of solid solutions, intermetallic compound, solid state transformations

mechanism of plastic deformation, creep, fatigue, rupture of metals.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

MetE 253

: none

phenomena; application of the concepts of heat transfer and combustion to the design

and industrial furnaces; and estimation of energy

requirements of different metallurgical processes.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

MetE 281

of commercial

: none

DISLOCATION THEORY

strengthening mechanism in solids.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

: none

CerE 201

X-RAY CRYSTALLOGRAPHY

X-ray methods for the characterization of crystal structure and determination of chemical composition.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

CerE 210

: none

Classification of refractories and their application to industries, study of the physical and chemical

properties of refractories, and of pertinent phase equilibrium systems, manufacture, refractory utilization

practices; industrial furnaces.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

: none

ME 252

GAS DYNAMICS

Fundamentals of gas dynamics. Steady one-dimensional flow. Shock regions. Introduction to propulsion

systems.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ME 253

: none

COMBUSTION

Physical and chemical aspects of basic combustion phenomena. Classification of flames. Measurement of

laminar flame speeds. Factors influencing burning velocity. Theory of flame propagation. Flammability,

chemical aspects, chemical equilibrium, chain reactions. Calculation and measurement of flame

temperature. Diffusion flames. Fuels-atomization and evaporation of liquid fuels. Theories of ignition,

stability, and combustion efficiency.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ME 254

: none

THERMAL ENGINEERING

Characteristics of gaseous, liquid and solid fuels. Local materials. Efficient burning of fuels in furnaces,

kilns, gas producers, engine and other heat engine. Performance calculations. Treatment of fuel to improve

its suitability for a given heat equipment.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ME 255

: none

Steady and transient heat conduction. Stationary and moving sources. Numerical and graphical methods.

Porous systems.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

: ES 202 (Advanced Engineering Math II) or consent of

Instructor

ME 256

Mechanism of fluid flow, energy relationship of flowing fluid. Convection heat transfer. Momentum, heat

and mass transfer analogies. Boiling and condensing heat transfer.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ME 257

: ES 202 (Advanced Engineering Mathematics II) or

consent of Instructor

Radiation heat transfer. Shape factors in an absorbing and non-absorbing media. Thermal radiation from

gases and flames.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ME 258

: ES 202 (Advanced Engineering Mathematics II) or

consent of Instructor

Nature of multiphase flow. An intensive study of flow patterns in multi-component flows and the

application of these principles to pipe design. Modeling of two-phase flow in vertical, horizontal and

inclined pipes. Two-phase flow in adiabatic pipes and heated pipes. Correlation of pressure changes and

heat transfer in pipes. The prediction of gaseous and liquid diffusion coefficients.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ME 259

: ES 202 (Advanced Engineering Mathematics II) and

ME 256 (Advanced Heat Convection)

Power system thermodynamics. Power plant cycles; processes; and components, combustion equipment,

heat exchangers, turbines, and pumps. Water supply and treatment systems. Air circulating and heating

systems. Operation, efficiency and energy balance calculations of power stations. Economics and

management of power production. Environmental impacts of thermal plants.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ME 260

: none

ADVANCED DYNAMICS

Generalized coordinates, classification of dynamical systems with finite degrees of freedom. Lagrange

equations for rheonomic, non-holoromic systems. Ignorable coordinates, small oscillations about steady

solutions, and introduction to stability.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ME 261

: none

CONTINUUM MECHANICS I

Introduction to Cartesian tensor. Basic principles of continuum mechanics; concepts of deformation,

motion, stress, and strain; conservation of mass, balance of momenta, continuum thermodynamics, and

constitutive equations. Illustrative applications in elasticity, fluid dynamics, and viscoelasticity.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

: none

ME 262

Studies of stresses and strains in three-dimensional problems. Failure theories and yield criteria. Stress

function approach to two-dimensional problems. Bending of non-homogeneous asymmetric curved beams.

Torsion of bars with non-circular cross sections. Energy methods. Elastic stability. Introduction to plates.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ME 263

: none

After the concepts of finite elements methods are presented, formulation for

different engineering problems and their applications are studied. Topics include variational methods. The

finite element concept, and applications in stress analysis, dynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat transfer.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ME 264

: none

ADVANCED KINEMATICS

Geometry of constrained plain motion with application to linkage design. Type and number synthesis, size

synthesis. Path curvature, inflection circle, cubic of stationary curvature. Finite displacements, three-andfour-separated positions. Graphical, analytical, and computer techniques.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ME 265

: none

The principles of computer graphics and interactive graphical methods for problem solving. Emphasis is

placed on development and use of graphical tools for various display devices. Topics include pen plotting,

storage tube, three dimensions color, modeling of geometry, and hidden surface representation of systems,

controllability and observability, stability, probability and random signals, correlation, autocorrelation, and

spectral density. Modeling technique and design of controllers using digital and analog controllers.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ME 266

: ES 202 & Vector Analysis and Complex Variables

Application of finite difference methods, finite element methods, and the method of characteristics for the

numerical solutions of fluid dynamics problems. Incompressible viscous flows: vorticity transport equation,

stream function equation, and boundary conditions. Compressible flows: treatment of shocks, implicit and

explicit artificial viscosity techniques, and boundary conditions. Computational grids. Graphical methods

for problem solving. Emphasis is placed on development and use of graphical tools for various display

devices.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

: ES 202 (Advanced Engineering Mathematics II) or

consent of Instructor

ME 267

MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS

Linear vibration analysis of multi-degree-of-freedom systems. Torsional vibrations in gears and shaft

systems. Finite elements analysis of machine members dynamics. Introduction to experimental vibration

analysis using Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) techniques. Typical sources of vibration in machines.

Experimental modal analysis.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

ME 268

: ES 202 (Advanced Engineering Mathematics II) or

consent of Instructor

Bending of rectangular and circular plates under normal loading; thermal stresses in plates. Stresses in thick

and thin shells; bending and thermal stresses at joints. Design of pressure vessels.

Credit

EnE 203

Freshwater biology; self-purification of streams; effect of thermal pollution; roles of organisms in trickling

filtration and activated sludge; enzyme stabilization of organic matter.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

EnE 210

: Consent of Instructor

Examination and analysis of water and sewage as related to their treatment

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

EnE 215

: Chem 16 (General Chemistry II)

A field and laboratory course designed to acquaint students with basic techniques needed to measure an

analyze various biotic and abiotic environmental parameters in estuarine and shallow habitats.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

EnE 216

: Consent of Instructor

ECOSYSTEM ANALYSIS

Formulation and simulation of compartment models of marine and terrestrial

ecosystems with complex nutrient cycling, food chains and energy flow; analog and digital simulation

techniques; ecosystem stability and sensitivity, organization, structure and diversity of an ecosystem.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

: Consent of Instructor

EnE 217

Framework and methodology of environmental impact assessment; prediction and assessment of impacts

on the physical and biological environment, assessment of environmental resources in terms of their

potential for utilization and corresponding impact to human activities

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

EnE 221

: Consent of Instructor

Wastewater characteristics; stream pollution load; sewerage systems; physical and other waste water

treatment methods.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

EnE 231

: ES 219

Methods and economics of water quality control; river and estuary models for water.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

EnE232

: Consent of Instructor

Composition and quantity of solid wastes generated by residential, commercial

and industrial establishments, disposal methods and management

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

EnE 233

: Consent of Instructor

Concepts in systems ecology and ecological modeling with emphasis on the use of models and computer

simulations in examining environmental interactions;

predicting environmental impact and facilitating the process of environmental planning.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

EnE 234

: ES 201 or Consent of Instructo

Nature, sources, effects and control of air pollutants, sampling and analysis; monitoring meteorology.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

EnE241

: none

Theory of biological treatment processes and design of treatment plants.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

: EnE 203 (Environmental Engineering Biology)

EnE 242

Theory of chemical treatment processes and design of treatment plants.

Credit

Prerequisite(s)

: EnE 203 (Environmental Engineering Biology)

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