Environmental Engineering Courses Description

BA155IU

3 (3,0)

Introduction to Business Administration This course introduces students the complexities and the multi-dimensional aspects of business. It attempts to give familiarity as well as an applied understanding of each of the core subject areas: Marketing, Management, Human Resource. It also increases the student’s awareness of global issues.

This is one of the elective courses.

BA155IU

3 (3,0)

Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management Employing the interactive learning and problem-based teaching approach, this course emphasizes the inter- action between lecturers and students. This will help students to interact with the lecturer during the class- room. The sessions for presentations and discussions comprise company case studies as well as answering some theoretical and conceptual questions, which help the students to see how the concepts are applied in the real international business context.

This is one of the elective courses.

BT010IU 4 (3,1) Plant Physiology Plant physiology is a foundation course for more advanced ones in Plant Biotechnology. This course covers a wide range of knowledge regarding plant physiology such as plant metabolism, development and essential conditions for development, environmental stresses and secondary metabolites and engineered plants in plant biotechnology.

This is one of the elective courses.

CHE- 3211IU

3 (3,0)

Nanomaterials This course will discuss the synthesis, properties characterization and applications of materials structured on the nanometer scale; fabrication methods including epitaxy, lithography, and self-assembly.  Optical and electronic properties of nanomaterials (including zero-one and two-dimensional nanomaterials) will be presented. Special attention will be paid to carbon-based nanomaterials, including carbon nanotubes and graphene. Other types of nanomaterials discussed include quantum dots, nanowires, and nanoparticles.

This is one of the elective courses.

CHE- 3221IU

3 (3,0)

Biomaterials An engineer of tissue engineering major should understand biomaterials, and its surface modification for specific applications. Also, an engineer must understand how to choose materials and how to design a scaffold for specific implantation zone.

This is one of the elective courses.

ENEE- 4002IU

3 (2,1)

Prerequisite: ENEE- 1001IU

Advanced Engineering Drawing This course is one of the main skills training courses of the environmental engineering curriculum as it conveys the advanced knowledge of AutoCAD that environmental engineers must achieve. It requires the essential knowledge from the course “Engineering Drawing” about objects, projections and basic of AutoCAD. This course aims at providing the abilities of effectively construct and manage the engineering drawing complied with TCVN and ISO by using Auto- CAD software, provides the advanced knowledge for using and geometrical construction with the drawing instruments and AutoCAD software, the standard of presentation of engineering drawing.
ENEE- 1006IU

3 (2,1)

Applied Statistics in Environment This course is designed for students pursuing a degree in environmental engineering and provides knowledge on statistical data, plotting data, descriptive statistics, probability and distribution, hypothesis test, T-test, analysis of variance (ANOVA), time series analysis and forecasting. Students also know how to apply statistics in analyzing data, especially in environmental fields by using R software.
PE008IU

3 (3,0)

Critical Thinking This course provides the nature and techniques of thought, a basic for our claim, beliefs, and attitudes about the world. The course explores the process by which people develop and support their beliefs and evaluate the strength of arguments made by others in real-life situations. It includes practice in inductive and deductive reasoning, presentation of arguments in oral and written form.
PE020IU

3 (3,0)

Professional Ethics and Skills for Engineers This course is designed to introduce engineering students to the concepts, theory, and practice of engineering ethics. It will allow students to explore the relationship between ethics and engineering and apply classical moral theory and decision making to engineering issues encountered in academic and professional careers.
ENEE- 5001IU

2 (0,2)

Previous course: ENEE- 3110IU ENEE311IU

Internship This course is designed for students pursuing a degree in environmental engineering and provides the students an opportunity to study, observe, and operate a complete air/water/wastewater or solid waste treatment system as well as collect the data for their thesis and opportunities for seeking their jobs in the future. In addition, students have a chance to know the social context and business environment, to form an idea and build the system, to design environment treatment processes in a specific condition of the company.
ENEE- 5000IU

1 (0,1)

Previous course: ENEE- 5001IU

Pre-thesis The primary goal of this 1-credit class is to help students develop research skills through its focus on writing and critiquing research proposals. In addition to preparing a complete proposal for his or her research project, each student will be required to read assigned materials, hand in reflections about readings, give status updates, conduct peer reviews, make presentations, and participate actively in class discussions. Students also know how to review com- ponents of research proposals and practice developing effective aims, hypotheses, background materials and analytic strategies.
ENEE- 5003IU

10 (0,10)

Previous course: ENEE- 5001IU ENEE- 5000IU ENEE- 3110IU ENEE- 3111IU

Thesis The thesis works are implemented under the instruction of one or more teachers. The topic, including theory, research, or real application, will be proposed by the teacher or students, and must be approved by the Head of Department. Students also know how to apply obtained knowledge systematically to solve environmental problems.