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Course Suggestions
Water Resources Engineering (WRE)
Environmental Resources Engineering M.S. & Ph.D.

List of Supporting Courses

Students are encouraged to take a course in each of the following areas: Depending on interest and consultation with their advisor and committee, students will select from an array of environmental, mathematical, and computing courses. A list of ESF courses is available from the Registrar for the Fall and Spring semesters. A list of example courses is provided below:

Core ERE Water Resources Engineering Courses

  • Hydrologic Modeling (ERE 645) Fall
  • Systems Engineering (ERE 665) Fall
  • Engineering Hydrology & Hydraulics (ERE 540) Spring
  • River Form & Process (ERE 612) Fall
  • Environmental Hydraulics | Open Channel Hydraulics(ERE 548) Spring
  • HydroMeteorology (ERE644) Spring
  • Vadose Zone Hydrology (ERE596PR) Fall

Some Commonly Taken Other ERE Courses

  • Numerical and Computing Methods (ERE 596) Fall
  • Water Pollution Engineering (ERE 643) Spring
  • GIS for Engineers (ERE 551) Fall
  • GIS based Modeling (ERE 596) Fall
  • Principles of Remote Sensing (ERE 565) Spring
  • Stormwater Management (ERE 596) Fall
  • Air Pollution Engineering (ERE 691) Fall

Some Commonly Taken Ecology and Chemistry Courses

  • Introduction to Soils (FOR 545) Fall
  • Ecological Biogeochemistry (EFB 640) Fall
  • Watershed Hydrology (FOR 540) Fall
  • Watershed Ecology & Management (FOR 642) Fall
  • Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration (EFB 681) Fall
  • Toxic Health Hazards (EFB 600) Fall
  • Limnology: Study of Inland Waters (EFB 624) Fall
  • Environmental Chemistry (aquatic) (FCH 510) Spring

Some Commonly Taken Statistics Courses

  • Analysis of Variance (APM 620) Spring
  • Sampling Techniques (APM 625) Fall
  • Regression Analysis (APM 630) Spring
  • Multivariate Statistical Methods (APM 635) Fall

Some Commonly Taken SU Courses

  • Environmental Sediment Transport (GEO 757) Spring
  • Hydrogeology (EAR 541) Fall
  • Environmental Aqueous Geochemistry (EAR 619) Spring
  • Contaminant Hydrogeology (EAR 620) Spring
  • Advanced Hydrologic Field Methods (EAR 660) Spring
  • Groundwater Modeling (EAR 665) Spring
  • Environmental Chemistry and Analysis (CIE 671) Fall
  • Applied Environmental Microbiology (CIE 672) Fall
  • Transport Processes in Environmental Engineering (CIE 673) Spring
  • Applied Computational Fluid Dynamics (MAE 571) Spring
  • Finite Element Computational Dynamics (MAE 771) Spring

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