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With challenging, professionally-oriented courses in classroom settings, students quickly develop the skills necessary to provide ground breaking solutions to complex environmental problems through an interdisciplinary study of environmental protection issues, water quality and purification, wastewater treatment, solid waste management, site remediation, and emission control measures.
Small classroom sizes equipped with state-of-the-art technology provides graduates with a uniquely personable learning experience while a required project facilitates in-depth exploration of contemporary environmental issues that challenge our ever-changing world.
The fully online M.S. in Environmental Engineering is designed specifically for the working professional and can help you reach your goal of earning a master’s degree in environmental engineering. The program focuses on creating a fully supported online learning environment where you will collaborate with faculty and classmates from across the country and around the world. All classes are 100% online and can be completed in any of our six convenient, seven-week terms.
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Analysis of physical and chemical processes in natural and engineered systems for water pollution control. Unit processes covered include, but are not limited to, aeration and gas transfer, sedimentation, filtration, coagulation/flocculation, absorption, chemical stabilization, ion exchange, disinfection. Design methodologies and operational aspects of treatment are also considered
This course provides an in-depth study of principles of biological treatment of aquatic wastes (municipal, industrial, and/or hazardous). Suspended and attached growth processes commonly in use are covered. Emphasis is given to design and operational aspects of activated sludge, trickling filters, and rotating biocontactors. On-site treatment processes are also covered.
This course covers the fundamental principles of contaminant behavior in the environment. Contaminant physical-chemical properties, transport, and transformation mechanisms affecting contaminant distribution among air, water, and solid domains are studied in-depth. Topics covered include, but are not limited to, environmental interface equilibria, advective and diffusional transport; biochemical exchange in atmospheric, aquatic, and terrestrial domains. Environmental modeling is also considered.
Review of techniques of enforcement of state and federal pollution control laws and regulations; effects on waste treatment criteria and design and evalution of municipal ordinances; preparation of environmental assessments and impact statements.
The University of New Haven offers a wide variety of in-depth courses that create a transformational educational experience for our students. To view the complete list of courses you'll take while pursuing a Masters of Science in Environmental Engineering or a Certificate in Geographical Information Systems, check out the Academic Catalog:
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