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EGENĀ 5400 [0.5 credit] Overview of Environmental Engineering Principles

Basic mechanisms of chemistry, biology, and physics relevant to environmental engineering. Principles of equilibrium, mass transfer, material balances, microbial growth, water, energy, and nutrient cycles. Applications to environmental systems as biological degradation, mass and energy movement, and design of water and wastewater treatment systems.
Prerequisite(s): enrolment in the M.Eng.- Engineering Practice program and an undergraduate degree in Environmental Engineering or permission of the Director.