CEE Courses Relevant to EHHE

Intermediate Level CE Graduate Courses

CEE 434. Environmental Systems Analysis, I
CEE 450. Surface Hydrology
CEE 451. Environmental Fluid Mechanics
CEE 452. Hydraulic Analysis and Design
CEE 453. Urban Hydrology and Hydraulics
CEE 457. Groundwater
CEE 458. Water Resources Field Methods
CEE 491. Decision and Risk Analysis
CEE 498. Civil Engineering Special Topics
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Advanced Level Graduate CE Courses

CEE 535. Environmental Systems II
CEE 534. Surface Water Quality Modeling
CEE 550. Hydroclimatology
CEE 551. Open-Channel Hydraulics
CEE 552. River Basin Management
CEE 553. River Morphodynamics
CEE 554. Hydrologic Variability
CEE 555. Mixing in Environmental Flows
CEE 557. Modeling of Groundwater Flow and Solute Transport
CEE 559. Sediment Transport
CEE 592. Sustainable Urban Systems
CEE 595 W. Environmental Hydrology and Hydraulic Engineering Seminar
CEE 598 EH. Environmental Hydrodynamics
CEE 598 SGW. Stochastic Analysis of Ground Water Flow and Transport
CEE 598 SH. Stochastic Hydrology
CEE 598 NLH. Non-Linear Hydrology
CEE 599. Thesis Research
TAM* 531. Inviscid Flow
TAM 532. Viscous Flow
TAM 537. Experimental Fluid Mechanics
TAM 538. Turbulence
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* Theoretical and Applied Mechanics

Related Areas in Civil and Environmental Engineering

Graduate students enrolled in EHHE may wish to include studies in other related areas in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. This may include individual courses or joint programs. Related areas of most interest are: Environmental Engineering and Science including water quality, wastewater treatment, environmental chemistry, hazardous waste management, aquatic ecology, environmental systems analysis, and air pollution. Geotechnical Engineering including soil mechanics, foundations, engineering geology, rock mechanics, and earth dams. Structural Engineering including structural analysis, design, behavior and reliability of structures including hydraulic structures.

Related CEE Courses

CEE 422. Construction Cost Analysis
CEE 430. Ecological Quality Engineering
CEE 431. Biomonitoring
CEE 432. Stream Ecology
CEE 437. Water Quality Engineering
CEE 440. Solid and Hazardous Waste
CEE 442. Environmental Engineering Principles, Physical
CEE 443. Environmental Engineering Principles, Chemical
CEE 444. Environmental Engineering Principles, Biological
CEE 472. Structural Dynamics
CEE 483. Soil Mechanics and Soil Behavior
CEE 484. Applied Soil Mechanics
CEE 490. Computer Methods
CEE 516. Systems Methodology and Network Techniques
CEE 537. Water Quality Control Processes I
CEE 538. Water Quality Control Processes II
CEE 572. Earthquake Engineering
CEE 581. Earth Dams
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Related Areas Outside Civil and Environmental Engineering

There are several departments within the University that have teaching and research programs closely related to certain aspects of hydrosystems engineering. The departments include Agricultural Engineering, Atmospheric Sciences, Geography, Geology, and Theoretical and Applied Mechanics. Graduate students enrolled in EHHE can take courses in these departments and can participate in collaborative research projects projects with faculty in these departments.

Agricultural & Biological Engineering

ABE 456. Land and Water Resources Engineering
ABE 459. Drainage and Water Management
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Atmospheric Sciences

ATMS 402. Atmospheric Dynamics
ATMS 502. Numerical Fluid Dynamics
ATMS 510. Precipitation Physics
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Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

CHBE 451. Transport Phenomena
CHBE 522. Fluid Dynamics
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GEOG 404. Soil Geomorphology
GEOG 406. Fluvial Geomorphology
GEOG 477. Introduction to Remote Sensing
GEOG 479. Advanced Geographic Information Systems
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GEOL 401. Geomorphology
GEOL 470. Introduction to Hydrogeology
GEOL 471. Oceanography
GEOL 550. Principles of Engineering Geology
GEOL 570. Hydrogeology
GEOL 571. Geochemical Reaction Analysis
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Industrial Engineering

I E 510. Applied Nonlinear Programming
I E 511. Integer Programming
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Landscape Architecture

LA 550. Environmental Impact Assessment
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LAW 616. Environmental Law and Policy I
LAW 618. Natural Resources
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MATH 442. Introduction to Partial Differential Equations
MATH 446. Applied Complex Variables
MATH 455. Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations
MATH 458. Numerical Linear Algebra
MATH 459. Numerical Approximation and Ordinary Differential Equations
MATH 461. Probability Theory, I
MATH 463. Statistics and Probability, I
MATH 464. Statistics and Probability, II
MATH 465. Analysis of Variance
MATH 466. Probability Theory, II
MATH 468. Topics in Applied Statistics
MATH 469. Methods of Applied Statistics
MATH 498. Mathematical Methods in Engineering
MATH 553. Partial Differential Equations
MATH 561. Theory of Probability, I
MATH 562. Theory of Probability, II
MATH 556. Methods of Mathematical Physics, I
MATH 557. Methods of Mathematical Physics, II
MATH 564. Applied Stochastic Processes
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Natural Resources and Environmental Science

NRES 475. Environmental Microbiology
NRES 487. Soil Chemistry
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Theoretical and Applied Mechanics

TAM 435. Intermediate Fluid Mechanics
TAM 536. Instability and Transition to Turbulence
TAM 549. Asymptotic Methods
TAM 574. Advanced Finite-Element Methods
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