Environmental Engineering Courses Description

ENEE2005IU

2 (2,0)

 

Parallel course: ENEE2011IU

Environmental Chemistry 2 This course is designed for students pursuing a degree in environmental engineering and provides core knowledge in environmental monitoring with emphasizing on the chemistry of the atmosphere and lithosphere. The course will use the fundamental principles of atmospheric and soil chemistry to gain an understanding of source, transport, deposition, fate, and reactivity of compounds in natural and polluted environments. The knowledge of this course will be helpful for students to explain fate and behaviors of typical compounds in soil and air.
ENEE2010IU

2 (0,2)

Parallel course: ENEE- 2005IU

Environmental Chemistry 2 Lab. This course is designed for students pursuing a degree in environmental engineering and provides professional skills in environmental monitoring with emphasizing on sampling and analysis of compounds in atmosphere and soil. Students will practice basic techniques for chemical analysis of common parameters to assess atmosphere and soil quality, perform with analytical skills such as UV-VIS, gravimetry and titration.
ENEE- 2015IU

3 (3,0)

Basic Theory of Environmental Structures This course aims to introduce the students for analyzing, designing of some common structures in environmental engineering field. After this course, the students familiarize themselves with analysis of in- ternal forces, understand of design skills, and apply for real structures.
ENEE-2007IU3 (2,1)

Previous course:

ENEE-2001IU ENEE-

1003IU

Physical and chemical

processes in Environmental

Engineering

This course is designed for students pursuing a degree in environmental engineering and provides a fundamental knowledge in techniques of environ-

mental treatment. The course will apply mass balance, flow characteristics, reaction kinetics to study physical and chemical processes in EE.

ENEE- 2009IU

3 (2,1)

Previous course: ENEE- 1004IU ENEE- 1010IU

Biological Processes for Environmental Engineering This course equips students with knowledge and skills in environmental biotechnology to be applicable in the calculation and design of wastewater and solid waste treatment systems.
ENEE- 3101IU

4 (3,1)

Previous course: ENEE- 2002IU ENEE- 2010IU ENEE- 2007IU

Water Treatment This course provides skills and knowledge related to water treatment engineering. Main parts of the course convey the knowledge of water treatment process and technology such as coagulation – flocculation, sedimentation, filtration. and disinfection. Iron removal from groundwater, special technologies such as lime

– soda softening, demineralization, deodorization, fluoridation, etc. are also mentioned.

ENEE- 3102IU

4 (3,1)

Previous course: ENEE- 2002IU ENEE- 2010IU ENEE- 2009IU

Municipal Wastewater Treatment This course provides the fundamental knowledge for the selection and design of the most appropriate, cost-effective, and sustainable municipal wastewater treatment systems. The course concentrates on typical processes including aerobic, nitrification, de- nitrification, sludge treatment processes; and specific design of septic tank, aero tank, sequencing batch bioreactor (SBR), trickling filter (TF), aerobic-mem- brane bioreactor (aerobic-MBR), sludge digester. This course also provides skill of experimental set-up used for design of processes and operation units of municipal wastewater treatment plants.
ENEE- 3104IU

4 (2,2)

Previous course: ENEE- 2002IU ENEE- 2010IU ENEE- 2009IU

Industrial Wastewater Treatment This course provides the fundamental knowledge for the selection and design of the most appropriate, cost-effective, and sustainable industrial wastewater treatment systems. The course concentrates on an- aerobic, flotation and advanced oxidation processes. This course also provides skill of experimental set-up used for design of processes and operation units of wastewater treatment plants.
ENEE- 3301IU

4 (3,1)

Solid Waste

& Hazardous Waste Management

This course is designed for students pursuing a degree in environmental engineering and provides knowledge about solid waste and hazardous waste management, types and amounts of waste, storage, collecting and transportation systems, technology for waste treatment, and political instruments; properties of hazardous wastes and materials, transformation, and behavior of hazardous chemicals in soil, groundwater, and treatment systems, assessment of toxicity and risk associated with exposure to hazardous chemicals, application of scientific principles of hazardous waste to their management, remediation, and treatment.
ENEE- 3202IU

4 (3,1)

Previous course: ENEE- 2005IU ENEE- 2011IU ENEE- 2014IU

Air Pollution Control This course provides students’ knowledge of principles and methods of treatment of particles and air pollutants; also train the students with calculation and design skills for air pollution control. This subject presents the fundamental methods of Air Pollution Control Engineering, for example: absorption, adsorption, thermal oxidation, catalytic oxidation, biofiltration, settling chamber, cyclone, filtration.
ENEE- 3100IU

2 (0,2)

Previous course: ENEE- 3101IU ENEE- 4002IU

Project 1 This course is designed for students pursuing a degree in environmental engineering and provides professional skills with emphasis on water treatment. Students will identify raw water’s sources and characteristics, specify treatment’s requirements, list all possible methods for water treatment, choose the best suitable process, perform necessary calculation and design main/principal operation in the system and estimate the overall cost.
ENEE- 3111IU

2 (0,2)

Previous course: ENEE- 3102IU ENEE- 4002IU

Project 2 This course is designed for students pursuing a degree in environmental engineering and provides professional skills with emphasis on wastewater treatment. Students will identify raw wastewater’s sources and characteristics, specify treatment’s requirements, list all possible methods for wastewater treatment, choose the best suitable process, perform necessary calculation and design main/principal operation in the system and estimate the overall cost.
ENEE- 4016IU

3 (3,0)

Construction Measurement and Cost Estimating This course is designed to provide students’ knowledge about quantity measurement and cost estimation. The measured quantity is used to estimate construction cost and developed procurement and contract documents.

This is one of the elective courses.

ENEE- 3105IU

3 (2,1)

Treatment Plant Operation This course provides the fundamentals for cost effective, safe, and lawful operation of wastewater or sanitation treatment systems. This course provides skill of experimental set-up used for operation units of wastewater treatment plants. It also provides the basics on environmental legislation and regulations, risk management and HSE.

This is one of the elective courses.

ENEE- 4015IU

4 (2,2)

Previous course: ENEE- 1006IU

Experimental Design This course is designed for students pursuing a degree in environmental engineering and provides advanced knowledge of statistic application with emphasis on environmental engineering case. The course will cover experimental design, data analysis and visualization and data archiving. The course also provides students with practical, powerful, and accessible tools through using R statistical software that will allow students to design, execute, analyze, and interpret data of environmental engineering’s experiments.

This is one of the elective courses.

ENEE- 3106IU

4 (2,2)

Previous course: ENEE- 1002IU

Pipe and Instruments Design This subject aims at providing the abilities of design Piping and Control System for water /Wastewater Treatment Plant. The subject provides the knowledge of pipes and fitting, pumps air blowers and electrical control systems for water/ wastewater treatment plants.

This is one of the elective courses.

ENEE- 3103IU

3 (3,0)

Water Supply and Drainage Systems This course introduces the basic concepts of the project management of the water distribution net- work, sewerage, and storm water systems. Students are provided with the essential knowledge to interpret issues as planning, designing, construction and installation of water supply distribution network, sewerage and stormwater systems, the management issues such as planning steps for management and operation, maintenance, construction and maintenance of water supply and sewer infrastructure.

This is one of the elective courses.

IS026IU

3 (3,0)

Project Management This course is developed to provide the principal concept on project management which was characterized by the project management body of knowledge guide (PMBOK Guide). This guide emphasizes the five project process groups of initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing, and the nine knowledge areas of project integration, scope, time, cost, quality, human resources, communication, risk, and procurement management.

This is one of the elective courses.