Bay Lake, Minnesota


CEE 320: Environmental Engineering
Fundamental sanitary aspects of environmental engineering. Role of the engineer in the control of the environment; water supply and wastewater problems; solid waste disposal; air pollution; and administration in environmental engineering.

CEE 322: Environmental Engineering Processes
Combination of theory and laboratory practice to study basic unit operations and processes in environmental engineering. Emphasis on water and wastewater treatment processes, such as coagulation/flocculation, chemical precipitation, filtration, adsorption, activated sludge, anaerobic digestion, and substrate utilization kinetics.

CEE 700: Chemistry of Natural Waters
Application of chemical principles to cycling of important elements in natural waters; mineral weathering, cycles of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, silicon, sulfur, and minor elements in natural waters; relationships of atmospheric chemistry to natural waters.

CEE 704: Environmental Chemical Kinetics
This course examines the fundamental molecular processes that govern the fate and transformation of organic contaminants in natural environmental systems and engineered treatment processes. We emphasize the kinetics describing these processes and focus on transformation mechanisms of organic contaminants in aquatic systems.