Environmental Engineering Courses Description


3 (3,0)

Introduction to Computing This course will cover some basic topics and applications of Matlab about variables, data types, statements, control structures, arrays, strings, functions, and Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs). Students are learning consists solely of an extensive lesson, a broad overview of Matlab.

3 (2,1)

Engineering Drawing This subject aims at providing the abilities of under- standing technical ideas on the technical scheme, the skill to construct the engineering drawing compliance with TCVN and ISO by hand and by using AutoCAD software. The course provides the knowledge for using geometrical construction with the drawing instruments and AutoCAD software, the standard of presentation of engineering drawing; base, standard, constructing and the skill of analysis, understanding drawing representation.

3 (3,0)

Introduction to Environ- mental Engineering This course is designed for students pursuing a degree in environmental engineering and provides knowledge of the fundamental science and engineering principles needed for an environmental engineer; deliver to the students the contemporary environ- mental issues such as environmental pollution and treatment technologies at a basic level. Students also know how to interpret basic knowledge about environmental problems and performing professional ethics and soft skills for environmental engineers.

3 (3,0)

Environ- mental Ecology This course provides the principal concepts and theories about ecology, ecosystems and natural processes, the interaction between organisms and the environment. The course also equips students with background knowledge of ecosystems that can be applied to solve environmental pollution and protect the ecosystems. The course also introduces student research methodology including literature searching, research experiment with a fieldtrip, and simulation methods.

3 (3,0)

Engineering Economy Economic decisions involving engineering alternatives; annual cost, present & future worth, rate of return, and benefit-to-cost; before and after-tax re- placement economy; organizational financing; break- even charts; unit and minimum-cost public sector studies.

2 (2,0)

Previous course: ENEE- 1003IU

Parallel course: ENEE2010IU

Environmental Chemistry 1 This course is designed for students pursuing a degree in environmental engineering and provide fundamental understanding of water chemistry including natural processes and pollution problems to water that will serve the students as a basis in all common phases of practice and research on environmental engineering, water pollution control, management, and monitoring water resource quality. Knowledge of this course will be useful for students in explaining the fate and behavior of typical compounds in water.

2 (0,2)

Previous course: ENEE1003IU

Parallel course: ENEE2002IU

Environmental Chemistry 1 Lab. This course is designed for students pursuing a degree in environmental engineering and provides students professional skill and techniques for analyzing common parameters in water quality assessment. Students will also be familiar with analytical de- vices such as UV-Vis, Kjeldahl digestion system and semi-automatic titration and further develop their scientific writing skills.

3 (3,0)

Mechanics of Materials This course provides essential knowledge of Statics on forces and moments, resultants, equilibrium of rigid body, reactions, and equations of equilibrium. Students are taught to understand mechanical properties of material, stress-strain relations and Hooke law; strain energy, and how to determine internal loadings as axial force, shear, moments, and torque in structural members subjected to external loadings; stress, strain.

3 (3,0)

Heat and Mass Transfer This course is designed for students pursuing a degree in environmental engineering and provides fundamental knowledge of physical processes in environmental engineering field, especially in mass and heat transfer. This course provides knowledge of diffusion phenomenon and transfer processes that influence natural and engineered environmental systems. Students will be able to evaluate species trans- port and transformations in these systems by mass transport, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibria, and interfacial phenomena reactor engineering: adsorption, ion exchange, membrane separation, chemical oxidation, neutralization.

4 (3,1)

Hydraulics for Environmental Engineering Fluid mechanics is a basic course for the civil, mechanical, and engineering programs. This course introduces the fundamental principles of fluid at rest or in motion, provides the concepts and applications of fluid mechanics on fluid behavior, internal and ex- ternal flows, analysis of engineering applications of incompressible pipe systems, external aerodynamics and ideal fluid flow including potential flow theory, lift and drag. Besides, student carries out the experiments in the lab to understand well the principles and basic phenomena of fluid mechanics and to know how to use the equipment for measuring the flow.