Water and Wastewater Treatment Technologies (WNW)

Students under this concentration area will mainly focus on the removal of conventional and emerging pollutants from water and wastewater. They will learn about the supply of clean drinking water and how to avoid the adverse effects of wastewater discharges.

 

Water and Wastewater Treatment Technologies (WWT)  Concentration Area

Fall Semester

Spring Semester

Compulsory Classes (6 credits to be fulfilled)

ESC 520 Fundamentals of Environmental Sciences

3

ESC 530 Research Methods for Environmental Scientists

3

 

 

Esc 579 Graduate Seminar

0

Specified Elective Classes (at least 12 credits to be fulfilled)

ESC 516 Water and Wastewater Treatment: Physicochemical Processes

3

ESC 514 Water Quality Management

3

ESC 517 Water and Wastewater Treatment: Biological Processes

3

ESC 511 Environmental Biotechnology

 

3

ESC 526 Chemistry for Water and Wastewater Engineering

3

ESC 519 Environmental Technology Laboratory

 

3

Free Elective Classes (at most 6 credits to be fulfilled)

Upon advisor’s and supervisor’s consent, student can take classes from “specified” categories of all concentration areas and/or classes under “free” category within and outside the IES.