skip to main content

Course Websites

CEE 433 - Water Technology and Policy

Spring 2021

Official Description

This course will cover technical and social concepts of water and wastewater treatment; water resources; water law, policy, and economics; and water in integrated systems. Emphasis will be on the intersection between engineering and policy. Communication is an important element of this course: engineers will learn to "speak" policy via writing assignments, multimedia presentation, and briefings. Course activities include lecture, discussion, presentations, and field trips. Course Information: 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: CEE 340 or CEE 350.

Related Faculty

Course Description

This course will cover technical and social concepts of water and wastewater treatment; water resources; water law, policy, and economics; and water in integrated systems. Emphasis will be on the intersection between engineering and policy. Communication is an important element of this course: engineers will learn to "speak" policy via writing assignments, multimedia presentation, and briefings. Course activities include lecture, discussion, presentations, and field trips.

Credit Hours

3 or 4 hours

Prerequisites

TitleSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Water Technology and PolicyIP367374LCD30800 - 0920 T R  3310 Newmark Civil Engineering Bldg  Ashlynn S. Stillwell
Water Technology and PolicyIP467390LCD40800 - 0920 T R  3310 Newmark Civil Engineering Bldg  Ashlynn S. Stillwell
Water Technology and PolicyOL369565ONL3 -     Ashlynn S. Stillwell
Water Technology and PolicyOL469323ONL4 -     Ashlynn S. Stillwell