Graduate Catalog  2006-2007
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Area of Study and Degrees

Environmental and Earth Sciences
M.S., Ph.D.

Master's Degree Plans

Thesis and Non-Thesis

Graduate Advisor

Andrew P. Kruzic
433 Nedderman Hall, 817.272.3822

Graduate Faculty

Graduate faculty from participating departments in the College of Engineering, College of Science and the School of Urban and Public Affairs are involved in teaching and supervising graduate students' research. Faculty contacts within these areas include:

Biology

Chippindale, Chrzanowski, Formanowicz, Gough, Grover, Hellier, Marshall, McMahon, Passy, van Waasbergen

Chemistry and Biochemistry

Bellion, Rajeshwar, Schelly, Timmons

Civil Engineering

Crosby, Kruzic, Qasim, Sattler

Earth and Environmental Sciences

Balsam, Holbrook, Johanneson, Reaser, Wickham

Psychology

Paulus

Urban and Public Affairs

Cornehls, Goldsteen, Howard

Objective

The program in Environmental and Earth Sciences is designed to provide graduate students an integrated, multidisciplinary education, nurtured through a carefully tailored degree program requiring a breadth of understanding and mastery of a spectrum of scientific and engineering principles. Among the goals is to provide students who have earned engineering or science undergraduate degrees a common ground for interdisciplinary communication, an understanding of the environment, and competence in a discipline that will enable them to evaluate and solve complex environmental problems.

Admission

Environmental and Earth Sciences Master's Program

For unconditional admission a student must meet the following requirements:

  1. A B.S. degree in biology, chemistry, earth sciences, mathematics, or engineering. Students with a Bachelor's Degree in other sciences will also be considered, subject to satisfactory completion of courses to make up for deficiencies.
  2. A minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.00 on a 4.0 scale, as calculated by the Graduate School.
  3. Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores are considered in admission decisions. Masters students who have succeeded in the Environmental and Earth Sciences Program typically score higher than 550 on the quantitative portion of the GRE.
  4. For applicants whose native language is not English, a minimum score of 550 on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (or an equivalent score on a computer-based test) or a score of 40 on the Test of Spoken English.
  5. Favorable letters of recommendation from people familiar with the applicant's academic work.
  6. Students may be considered for unconditional admission if further review of their transcripts, recommendation letters, correspondence or direct interactions with Environmental and Earth Sciences faculty, and statement of professional or research interests indicates that they are qualified to enter the Masters Program.

Probationary Admission

If an applicant does not meet a majority of standards for unconditional admission outlined above, they may be considered for probationary admission after careful examination of their application materials. Probationary admission requires that the applicant receive a B or better in their first 12 hours of graduate coursework at UTA.

Deferred and Provisional Admission

A deferred application decision may be granted when a file is incomplete or when a denied decision is not appropriate. An applicant unable to supply all required documentation prior to the admission deadline but who otherwise appears to meet admission requirements may be granted provisional admission.

Denial of Admission

A candidate may be denied admission if they have less than satisfactory performance on a majority of the admission criteria described above.

Scholarships and Fellowships

Students who have no provisional admission conditions to meet will be eligible for available scholarship and/or fellowship support. Award of scholarships or fellowships will be based on consideration of the same criteria utilized in admission decisions. To be eligible, candidates must be new students coming to UTA in the Fall semester, must have a GPA of 3.0 in their last 60 undergraduate credit hours plus any graduate credit hours as calculated by the Graduate School, and must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 hours of coursework in both long semesters to retain their fellowships.

Environmental and Earth Sciences Doctoral Program

For unconditional admission a student must meet the following requirements:

  1. A Masters Degree or at least 30 hours of graduate coursework in environmental science, biology, chemistry, earth sciences, mathematics or engineering.
  2. A minimum graduate coursework GPA of 3.00 on a 4.0 scale, as calculated by the Graduate School.
  3. Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores are considered in admission decisions. Doctoral students who have succeeded in the Environmental and Earth Sciences Program typically score higher than 600 on the quantitative portion of the GRE.
  4. For applicants whose native language is not English, a minimum score of 550 on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (or an equivalent score on a computer-based test) or a score of 40 on the Test of Spoken English.
  5. Favorable letters of recommendation from people familiar with the applicant's academic work and/or professional work.
  6. Students may be considered for unconditional admission if further review of their transcripts, recommendation letters, correspondence or direct interactions with Environmental and Earth Sciences faculty, and statement of research interests indicates that they are qualified to enter the Doctoral Program.

Probationary Admission

If an applicant does not meet a majority of standards for unconditional admission outlined above, they may be considered for probationary admission after careful examination of their application materials. Probationary admission requires that the applicant receive a B or better in their first 12 hours of graduate coursework at UTA.

Deferred and Provisional Admission

A deferred application decision may be granted when a file is incomplete or when a denied decision is not appropriate. An applicant unable to supply all required documentation prior to the admission deadline but who otherwise appears to meet admission requirements may be granted provisional admission.

Denial of Admission

A candidate may be denied admission if they have less than satisfactory performance on a majority of the admission criteria described above.

Scholarships and Fellowships

Students who have no provisional admission conditions to meet will be eligible for available scholarship and/or fellowship support. Award of scholarships or fellowships will be based on consideration of the same criteria utilized in admission decisions. To be eligible, candidates must be new students coming to UTA in the Fall semester, must have a GPA of 3.0 in their last 60 undergraduate credit hours plus any graduate credit hours as calculated by the Graduate School, and must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 hours of coursework in both long semesters to retain their fellowships.

Degree Requirements

Master's Degree

For the Master of Science in Environmental and Earth Sciences, all students take a 15 semester hour core of courses as follows:

CE 5321 Engineering for Environmental Scientists
     and either
CE 5319 Physical-Chemical Processes II
     or
CE 5328 Fundamentals of Air Pollution

Two of the following courses in sciences:

EVSE 5309 Environmental Systems-Biological Aspects [1]
EVSE 5310 Environmental Systems-Chemical Aspects [1]
EVSE 5311 Environmental Systems-Geological Aspects [1]

[1] Students with less than 20 undergraduate hours in biology, chemistry, or earth sciences will need to take a third environmental systems course as a deficiency. Students entering with a BS degree in one of these areas must take their two courses in the other areas.

One of the following three courses in City and Regional Planning

CIRP 5342 Environmental Policy, or
CIRP 5343 Foundations of Environmental Policy, or
CIRP 5351 Techniques of Environmental Assessment

Other courses may be approved by the student's advisor and supervisory committee.

In addition to the core courses, the minimum requirements for the master's degree with thesis include:

9 hours of electives within one of the following units: Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Civil and Environmental Engineering, or Urban and Public Affairs
6 hours of additional electives
2 hours of EVSE seminar
6 hours thesis

Other requirements include successful defense of the thesis by the supervising committee.

In addition to the core courses the minimum requirements for the master's degree without thesis include:

9 hours of electives within one of the following units: Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Civil and Environmental Engineering, or Urban and Public Affairs
12 hours of additional electives [2]
2 hours of EVSE seminar

[2] Must include 6 hours in unit(s) outside that in which the first 9 hours of additional coursework are taken. Other requirements include successful completion of the Master's Comprehensive Examination in the final semester.

Dual Degree Program

Dual master's degrees can be arranged with any suitable program. By participating in a dual degree program, students may apply 6-18 total semester credit hours jointly to meet the requirements of both degrees, thus reducing the total number of hours which would be required to earn both degrees separately. The number of hours which may be jointly applied ranges from six to 18, subject to the approval of Graduate Advisors from both programs. Degree plans, thesis or professional report proposals and programs of work must be approved by Graduate Advisors from both programs. The successful candidate will be awarded both degrees rather than one joint degree.

To participate in the dual degree program, students must make separate application to each program and must submit a separate program of work for each degree. Those interested in the dual degree program should consult the appropriate Graduate Advisors for further information on course requirements. See also the statement on Dual Degree Programs in the general information section of this catalog.

Arrangements to offer a dual degree have already been made between Environmental and Earth Sciences and the Program in City and Regional Planning (M.C.R.P. degree), School of Urban and Public Affairs.

Doctoral Degree

The Doctoral Program provides students with the interdisciplinary knowledge and skills to conduct independent research in Environmental and Earth Sciences. Students conduct dissertation research under the supervision of a faculty member in one of the participating units (Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Civil and Environmental Engineering, or Urban and Public Affairs). The supervising professor and a faculty committee assign courses in this primary area of emphasis to support the student's research and professional goals. To provide interdisciplinary training, additional courses are assigned in a secondary area of emphasis.

Students enter the Doctoral Program with a Master's degree in a science or engineering field, or with 30 semester hours of graduate coursework. In the first year of residence, a Diagnostic Examination is conducted to evaluate this previous work. If they have not already done so in their previous work, all Doctoral students must take two engineering courses; two or three science courses (two if their prior training is in science, three if in engineering or another non-science field); and one course in policy or planning. The student's supervising committee must approve all courses taken to meet these requirements.

Students may choose among any of the five participating units for their primary and secondary areas of emphasis. Course selection within these areas of emphasis must result in a cohesive program that supports the dissertation research.

Other requirements include:

  1. Successful completion of the Diagnostic Examination at the end of the first year of residence.
  2. Successful completion of the Comprehensive Examination, an oral defense of a research proposal to be pursued for the dissertation, and a specialization examination over areas of the student's proposed research.
  3. Demonstration of proficiency in one foreign language or a research tool such as advanced computer skills, statistics, or operations research.
  4. Successful defense of the dissertation and acceptance of the dissertation by the supervising committee.

Certificate in Hazardous Materials and Waste Management

Program Objective

The purpose of the Certificate in Hazardous Materials Management is to provide professionals with undergraduate degrees in science or engineering (e.g., Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Civil Engineering or other appropriate degrees) with graduate instruction that will allow them to direct hazardous materials and waste management, treatment and remediation programs. As Hazardous Materials Management is an interdisciplinary subject, the certificate program is designed to provide science and engineering graduates with coursework in appropriate areas outside of their undergraduate major that will provide them with the necessary expertise in this area. The certificate provides students with a postbaccalaureate educational opportunity that is narrower in scope, and shorter in duration than its associated MS graduate degree program in Environmental Science and Engineering (EVSE).

Any student that later seeks a graduate degree in the Environmental and Earth Sciences MS program may apply 12 of their 15 hours of coursework in this certificate program toward the Environmental and Earth Sciences MS degree program if done within 6 years of completion of the certificate by petitioning the Graduate School through the College of Science.

Admission Requirements

The terms of their admission allow participants to take the specific courses approved for the certificate program. They will not be allowed to take courses outside of the program. Under these rules, students are admitted as special students. All participants in the program must meet the 3.0/4.0 grade point average (GPA) requirement of the Graduate School, College and Environmental and Earth Sciences Program. They must maintain an overall GPA of 3.0 in their coursework in order to receive the Certificate.

Requirements for the Certificate

The Certificate in Hazardous Materials requires that students take and successfully complete 15 advanced hours in Civil and Environmental Engineering, Environmental and Earth Sciences, City and Regional Planning and related courses with a minimum GPA of 3.0.

Before being awarded the certificate, students must also present evidence of having completed Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) or approved equivalent training that meets OSHA/EPA training requirements for workers performing hazardous waste site functions in accord with the provisions in 29 CFR 1910.120 of the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act for workers at uncontrolled hazardous waste sites. This training is offered at The University of Texas at Arlington, Southwest Environmental Education Training Center as a formal or Web-based course.

Required Courses:

CE 5329 Environmental Risk Based Corrective Action
CE 6323 Hazardous Waste Management
CIRP 5341 Environmental Regulations or CIRP 5353 Environmental Law

Electives (Two courses chosen from the following list of courses):

CIRP 5342 Environmental Policy
CIRP 5350 Environmental Planning
CIRP 5351 Environmental Assessment
CIRP 5356 Geographic Information Systems
EVSE 5320 Toxicology
EVSE 5321 Environmental Health
GEOL 5301 Environmental Geochemistry and Geology
GEOL 5303 Understanding Geographic Information Systems

Students may choose appropriate graduate courses other than those listed above with the approval of the Environmental and Earth Sciences Graduate Studies Committee.

The above courses have been selected because their subject matters directly relate to the knowledge base required of professionals engaged in Hazardous Materials and Waste Management. Students should choose elective courses that best meet their career goals in Hazardous Materials and Waste Management. Students should consult with the Chair of the Graduate Studies Committee in Environmental and Earth Sciences in developing the most appropriate set of courses for their professional interests. Full course descriptions for the above listed classes are found in the University of Texas at Arlington's Graduate Catalog.

Certificate in Environmental Science

Program Objective

The purpose of this certificate is to provide professionals with undergraduate degrees in science (i.e., Biology, Chemistry or Earth Sciences) with graduate instruction in Environmental Science as a means of maintaining and promoting their professional development. As Environmental Science is an interdisciplinary subject, the certificate program is designed to provide science graduates with coursework in environmental science in appropriate areas outside of their undergraduate major. The certificate provides students with a post-baccalaureate educational opportunity that is narrower in scope, and shorter in duration than its associated MS graduate degree program in Environmental and Earth Sciences (EVSE).

Any student that later seeks a graduate degree in the Environmental and Earth Sciences MS program may apply 12 of their 15 hours of coursework toward that program if done within 6 years of completion of the certificate by petitioning the Graduate School through the College of Science.

Admission Requirements

The terms of their admission allow participants to take the specific courses approved for the certificate program. They are not allowed to take courses outside of their program. Under these rules, students are admitted as non-degree or special students.

All participants in the program must meet the 3.0/4.0 grade point average (GPA) requirement of the Graduate School, College and Environmental and Earth Sciences Program. They must maintain an overall GPA of 3.0 in their coursework in order to receive the Certificate.

Requirements for the Certificate

The Certificate in Environmental Science requires that students take and successfully complete 15 advanced hours in Environmental Science and related courses with a minimum GPA of 3.0.

The advanced courses available to participants in the certificate program include:

EVSE 5309 Environmental Systems-Biological Aspects [3]
EVSE 5310 Environmental Systems-Chemical Aspects [3]
EVSE 5311 Environmental Systems-Geological Aspects [3]
EVSE 5320 Toxicology
EVSE 5300 Environmental Health
BIOL 5345 Limnology
BIOL 5350 Conservation Biology
BIOL 5355 Aquatic Biology
BIOL 5326 Wetlands Ecology
BIOL 5325 Plant Ecology
CE 5321 Engineering for Environmental Scientists
CIRP 5341 Environmental Regulations, Law and Planning
CIRP 5350 Environmental Planning
GEOL 5301 Environmental Geochemistry
GEOL 5303 Understanding Geographic Information Systems
GEOL 5407 Environmental Geophysics

[3] At least two of these environmental courses are required and both should be in areas outside of the student's undergraduate major (e.g., A student with an undergraduate major in the Biological Sciences would be required to take EVSE 5310 and 5311).
Students may choose appropriate graduate courses other than those listed above with the approval of the Chair of the Environmental and Earth Sciences Graduate Studies Committee.

The above courses have been selected because their subject matters directly relate to the knowledge base required of professionals engaged in Environmental Science. Students should choose to take those courses that best meet their career goals in Environmental Science. Students should consult with the Chair of the Graduate Studies Committee in Environmental and Earth Sciences in developing the most appropriate set of courses for their professional interests. Full course descriptions for the above listed classes are found in The University of Texas at Arlington's Graduate Catalog.


The grade of R (research in progress) is a permanent grade; completing course requirements in a later semester cannot change it. To receive credit for an R-graded course, the student must continue to enroll in the course until a passing grade is received.

An incomplete grade (the grade of X) cannot be given in a course that is graded R, nor can the grade of R be given in a course that is graded X. To receive credit for a course in which the student earned an X, the student must complete the course requirements. Enrolling again in the course in which an X was earned cannot change a grade of X. At the discretion of the instructor, a final grade can be assigned through a change of grade form.

Three-hour thesis courses and three- and six-hour dissertation courses are graded R/F/W only (except social work thesis courses). The grade of P (required for degree completion for students enrolled in thesis or dissertation programs) can be earned only in six- or nine-hour thesis courses and nine-hour dissertation courses. In the course listings below, R-graded courses are designated either "Graded P/F/R" or "Graded R." Occasionally, the valid grades for a course change. Students should consult the appropriate Graduate Advisor or instructor for valid grade information for particular courses. (See also the sections titled "R" Grade, Credit for Research, Internship, Thesis or Dissertation Courses and Incomplete Grade in this catalog.)

Courses in Environmental and Earth Sciences (EVSE)

EVSE5100- SELECTED TOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (1 - 0)
May be repeated for credit when topic changes.

EVSE5200- SELECTED TOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (2 - 0)
May be repeated for credit when topic changes.

EVSE5294- INDIVIDUAL PROBLEMS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (2 - 0)
Individual research projects supervised by a faculty member.

EVSE5300- SELECTED TOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (3 - 0)
May be repeated for credit when topic changes.

EVSE5309- ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS-BIOLOGICAL ASPECTS (3 - 0)
An introduction to the biological components of environmental systems. Population dynamics, species interactions, community structure, biodiversity, bioenergetics, nutrient cycling and human impacts are reviewed. Focus will be on natural processes and their engineering applications.

EVSE5310- ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS-CHEMICAL ASPECTS (3 - 0)
An introduction to the chemistries of air at different altitudes, of water systems and of soils. Chemical and physico-chemical processes at phase boundaries, modeling for kinetics and mass transport, analytical techniques and disposal and recycling are included as well as their impact on engineering decisions.

EVSE5311- ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS-GEOLOGICAL ASPECTS (3 - 0)
Introduction to the tectonic, volcanic, atmospheric, climatic, hydrologic and geochemical processes and natural hazards of the earth, and their interaction with political, economic and engineering decisions.

EVSE5320- TOXICOLOGY (3 - 0)
An introduction to the general principles of toxicology with an emphasis on certain classes of toxic agents, their sources and toxic effects, as well as their environmental fate. Prerequisite: CHEM 2322.

EVSE5321- ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH (3 - 0)
An introduction to health considerations relevant to environmental projects. Prepares students to take the Registered Environmental Health Specialist examination.

EVSE5322- ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT (3 - 0)
An introduction to the health assessment process, presenting methodologies and guidelines for conducting health assessments.

EVSE5394- INDIVIDUAL PROBLEMS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (3 - 0)
Individual research projects supervised by a faculty member. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.

EVSE5395- MASTER'S PROJECT (3 - 0)
May be used as elective for students in non-thesis program. Graded F, P.

EVSE5398- THESIS (3 - 0)
Graded F, R.

EVSE5698- THESIS (6 - 0)
Graded F, P, R.

EVSE5998- THESIS (9 - 0)
Graded F, P, R.

EVSE6100- SEMINAR IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (1 - 0)
Topics presented by faculty, students, and invited lecturers. Graded F, P.

EVSE6197- RESEARCH IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (1 - 0)
Individually approved research projects. May be repeated for credit. Graded F, P, R.

EVSE6297- RESEARCH IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (2 - 0)
Individually approved research projects. May be repeated for credit. Graded F, P, R.

EVSE6397- RESEARCH IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (3 - 0)
Individually approved research projects. May be repeated for credit. Graded F, P, R.

EVSE6399- DISSERTATION (3 - 0)
Graded F, R.

EVSE6699- DISSERTATION (6 - 0)
Graded F, R.

EVSE6999- DISSERTATION (9 - 0)
Graded F, P, R.

The following departmental courses are available in addition to others as approved by the Committee on Graduate Studies for Environmental and Earth Sciences. Full course descriptions are available elsewhere in the Graduate and Undergraduate catalogs. Up to nine hours of 3000- and 4000-level undergraduate courses can be applied toward formal coursework requirements in the Master's and Ph.D. degree programs, with approval of the student's supervising committee.

Biology (BIOL)

BIOL 5306. BIOENERGETICS (3-0).
BIOL 5314. BIOMETRY (3-0).
BIOL 5315. COMMUNITY ECOLOGY (3-0).
BIOL 5321. QUANTITATIVE ECOLOGICAL ANALYSIS.
BIOL 5328. LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY.
BIOL 5325. PLANT ECOLOGY.
BIOL 5326. WETLANDS ECOLOGY.
BIOL 5333. BIOLOGICAL MODELING (3-0).
BIOL 5339. ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY (3-0).
BIOL 5348. ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY (2-3).
BIOL 5350. CONSERVATION BIOLOGY (3-0).
BIOL 5351. ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY (3-0).
BIOL 5354. LIMNOLOGY (3-0).
BIOL 5320. BIOGEOGRAPHY (3-0).
BIOL 5342. ICHTHYOLOGY (2-3).
BIOL 5345. ORNITHOLOGY (2-3).
BIOL 5355. AQUATIC BIOLOGY (2-3).
BIOL 5361. ADVANCED BIOMETRY (3-0).
BIOL 5362. EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN (3-0).
BIOL 3310. BIOLOGY OF TEXAS (3-0).
BIOL 3341. ENTOMOLOGY (2-3).
BIOL 3455. INVERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY (3-4).
BIOL 3457. GENERAL ECOLOGY (3-3).
BIOL 4444. VERTEBRATE NATURAL HISTORY (3-3).

Chemistry (CHEM)

CHEM 5300. SELECTED TOPICS IN ADVANCED CHEMISTRY (3-0).
CHEM 5308. DETERMINATION OF MOLECULAR STRUCTURE BY PHYSICAL METHODS (3-0).
CHEM 5309. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I (3-0).
CHEM 5310. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II (3-0).
CHEM 5311. ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY (3-0).
CHEM 5315. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY (3-0).
CHEM 5319. GENERAL BIOCHEMISTRY I (3-0).
CHEM 5320. GENERAL BIOCHEMISTRY II (3-0).
CHEM 5321. METABOLISM AND REGULATION (3-0).
CHEM 5325. ENZYMOLOGY (3-0).
CHEM 5350. ADVANCED POLYMER CHEMISTRY (3-0).
CHEM 5461. ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTATION (2-8).
CHEM 6201. UNIT OPERATIONS (2-0).
CHEM 6202. PRINCIPLES OF INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY (3-0).
CHEM 6203. REGULATORY ASPECTS OF THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY (2-0).

Civil and Environmental Engineering (CE)

CE 5318. PHYSICAL-CHEMICAL PROCESSES I (3-0).
CE 5319. PHYSICAL-CHEMICAL PROCESSES II (3-0).
CE 5320. SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT (3-0).
CE 5321. ENGINEERING FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTISTS (3-0).
CE 5322. AIR POLLUTION METEOROLOGY AND CHEMISTRY (3-0).
CE 5323. AIR POLLUTION DISPERSION MODELING (3-0).
CE 5324. TRANSPORTATION AND AIR QUALITY (3-0).
CE 5325. BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES (3-0).
CE 5327. AIR POLLUTION CONTROL ENGINEERING (3-0).
CE 5328. FUNDAMENTALS OF AIR POLLUTION (3-0).
CE 5329. ENVIRONMENTAL RISK BASED CORRECTIVE ACTION (3-0).
CE 5347. SURFACE WATER HYDROLOGY (3-0).
CE 5348. GROUND WATER HYDROLOGY (3-0).
CE 6323. HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT (3-0).
CE 6314. STORM WATER MODELING (3-0).
CE 6326. INDUSTRIAL AND HAZARDOUS WASTE (3-0).
CE 6328. MODELING OF NATURAL WATER SYSTEMS (3-0).
CE 6329. ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING CONTROL PROCESSES (3-0).

City and Regional Planning (CIRP)

CIRP 5304. PLAN IMPLEMENTATION AND LEGAL CONTROLS (Zoning, Subdivision Ordinances, Capital Budgets) (3-0).
CIRP 5305. LAND USE, MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT (3-0).
CIRP 5311. ELEMENTS OF URBAN DESIGN (3-0).
CIRP 5313. URBAN GROWTH POLICIES (3-0).
CIRP 5340. LAND SUITABILITY ANALYSIS (3-0).
CIRP 5341. ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS: LAWS AND PLANNING (3-0).
CIRP 5342. URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY (3-0).
CIRP 5350. ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING (3-0).
CIRP 5351. TECHNIQUES OF ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT (3-0).
CIRP 5356. GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (3-0).
CIRP 5357. INTERMEDIATE GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (3-0).
CIRP 5395. ENVIRONMENTAL LAW (3-0).

Earth and Environmental Sciences (GEOL)

GEOL 5301. ENVIRONMENTAL GEOCHEMISTRY AND GEOLOGY (3-0).
GEOL 5303. UNDERSTANDING GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS) (2-3).
GEOL 5306. ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY (3-0).
GEOL 5308. NATURAL ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS (3-0).
GEOL 5325. PALEOCLIMATOLOGY AND PALEOOCEANOGRAPHY (3-0).
GEOL 5348. MARINE GEOLOGY (3-0).

Psychology (PSYC)

PSYC 5347. ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY (3-0).

Urban and Public Affairs (URPA)

URPA 5300. THE URBAN COMMUNITY (3-0).
URPA 5301. FOUNDATIONS OF URBAN POLITICS AND ECONOMICS (3-0).

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