Graduate Certificate in Environmental Engineering
Degree Awarded: CERT
Program Webpage: http://louisville.edu/speed/academics/programs/certificates
Certificate Program only. Not a degree program. Awarded only with completion of a graduate degree program (M. Eng., M.S., Ph.D.) at Speed School of Engineering.
- Admission to the Speed School of Engineering Division of Higher Studies (M.Eng.) or the Graduate School (M.S. or Ph.D) in Engineering.
- Approval of an Application for the Environmental Engineering Certificate Program should be submitted online directly to the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies, Graduate Admissions: http://louisville.edu/graduate/apply
Environmental Engineering Electives (500-level)
Environmental Engineering Electives (600-level)
Courses are to be selected from the following:
CEE 509 Environmental Process Systems
CEE 534 Industrial Waste Management
CEE 535 Solid Waste Management
CEE 561 Environmental Analysis of Transportation Systems I
CEE 570 Applied Hydraulics
CEE 571 Applied Hydrology
CEE 572 Open Channel Hydraulics
CEE 573 Groundwater Hydrology
CEE 670 Advanced Hydraulics
CEE 673 Advanced Hydrology
CEE 674 Water Resource Systems
CEE 675 Surface Water Quality
CHE 509 Environmental Process Systems
CHE 620 Transport Phenomena I
CHE 637 Advanced Stagewise Processes
CHE 638 Advanced Absorption
CHE 650 Membrane Separations
CHE 662 Advanced Process Control
CHE 533 Chemical Engineering Safety and Health
CHE 534 Industrial Waste Management
CHE 535 Pollution Prevention (Waste Reduction Treatment and Disposal)
CHE 572 Plant Process and Project Design
ME 580 Air Pollution Control
CHEM 622 Analytical Separations
BIOL 521 Stream Ecology
BIOL 522 Aquatic Ecology
BIOL 568 Conservation Biology
BIOL 662 Ecosystems Ecology
Graduate courses not shown in the list above require approval from the Certificate Program Director.
Certificate courses do not constitute a degree program, but may be applied toward M.Eng., M.S., or Ph.D. degree requirements.
Completion of graduate degree program at Speed School of Engineering (M.Eng., M.S., or Ph.D.).
Professor of Civil