Elective Courses

Technical Elective Courses (TE)

Courses offered by the department or some related courses offered by other engineering or science departments. However, it must be noted that at most 2 of 5 technical elective courses in the curriculum may be taken from other engineering or science departments, which requires approval of your advisor. (each min. 3 credits). Catalog descriptions can be obtained from here.

ENVE 314-Chemical Microbiology Laboratory
ENVE 316-Air Pollution Laboratory
ENVE 332-Fundamentals Of Environmental Engineering
ENVE 401-Soil and Groundwater Pollution
ENVE 402-Wastewater Reuse
ENVE 406-Environmental Management
ENVE 410- Marine Outfall Design
ENVE 413-Air Pollution Control
ENVE 414-Water Quality Management
ENVE 417-Unit Operation and Processes Laboratory
ENVE 420-Environmental Impact Assessment
ENVE 422-Treatment and Disposal of Water and Wastewater Sludge
ENVE 424- Instr.Analysis for Environmental Engineering
ENVE 426-Air Pollution Meteorology and Atmospheric Disposal 
ENVE 428-Pollution Prevention
ENVE 430-Solid Waste Landfill Design
ENVE 431-Molecular Tools in Environmental Engineering
ENVE 432-Hazardous Waste Management
ENVE 447-Marine Pollution
ENVE 490-Topics in Environmental Engineering
ENVE 491-Introduction to Environmental Toxicology

Non-Technical Elective Courses (NTE)

Courses related to social sciences, humanities and communication. A list of non-technical elective courses that satisfy the non-technical elective requirements of engineering department students is available on the web page of Faculty of Engineering -(Non-technical Elective Courses in Engineering Curricula). The courses in this list are in the areas of linguistic, foreign language studies, history, psychology, sociology, philosophy, fine arts, political sciences and economics. It must be noted that environmental engineering students are restricted further for the courses from the fine art and music department such that they are allowed to take only one course from each sub-departments (i.e. MUS, THEA and INST) of the fine art and music department to satisfy their non-technical elective requirements. (each min. 3 credits).


Free Elective Courses (FE)

Any 3 credit course.


Restricted Elective Courses (RE)

One of the following courses: CE364 or CE241.