Courses Taught at CMU
EGR 408: Water Resources Engineering
Fundamentals and applications of water resources engineering. Open-channel flow; pipe networks; hydrologic techniques; surface water and ground-water supplies; water demand; and development of water resources.
EGR 409: Solid and Hazardous Waste Engineering
Engineering design, planning, and analysis of problems associated with waste minimization, storage, collection, processing, and disposal of solid and hazardous wastes. Recycling and reuse options.
Previous Courses (UGA)
ENVE 4435/6435: Natural Resources Engineering
Engineering hydrology, soil erosion, introduction to open channel design, runoff estimations and calculations, engineered containment structures, landscape-scale water distribution, and non-point water quality.
ENVE 4900/6450: Engineering Hydrology and Hydraulics
Quantitative methods in hydrology and hydraulics providing a theoretical background for water resource management from an engineering perspective. Hydrology topics include precipitation, rainfall losses, storm runoff, unit hydrographs, and statistical hydrology. Hydraulics topics include open channel flow, groundwater flow, floodplain analysis, and flow control structures.