The application of chemical principles to the sanitary engineering field. Physical, chemical, and biochemical analysis of water and wastewater. Interpretation of analytical data. Integration of experimental data into the design process. The preparation of laboratory reports in the form of engineering reports is emphasized. 

This course presents the fundamental principles affecting the fate and transport of contaminants and the remediation of subsurface environments. It covers regulatory aspects of contaminated sites and remedial actions; site and remedial action assessment; contaminant sources and characteristics; physical, chemical, and biological fate and transport processes in subsurface environments; multiphase systems; technologies and techniques in subsurface remediation including pump and treat, containments, soil venting, air sparging, physical, chemical, and biological on-site and in-situ treatment; models for contaminant transport and remediation in subsurface environments    

Fundamentals of groundwater hydrology:Groundwater systems, flow mechanics, well hydraulics, groundwater modeling, well design and construction, water quality, seawater intrusion.

Point and non-point source pollutants; physical and chemical transport processes; analysis of transport problems in streams, estuaries, and other environmental compartments; the Streeter-Phelps equation; ocean outfalls; models for pollutants transport and control.