CEE 435 - Public Health Engineering
Last offered Fall 2023
Aimed at building a next generation of engineers who are able to incorporate the principles of public health in all engineering designs. The course starts with the basic principles of epidemiology (types, methods, models and limitations). Next, the course covers various modes of environmental toxicity and the models to represent these modes. The course then covers infectious diseases, various models to represent their spread, the effect of environmental factors and the role of public health in breaking the chain of infection. The course also discusses environmental, social and behavioral factors in public health (e.g. environmental tobacco smoke including E-vaping) in the prevalence of chronic diseases. Finally, we cover the topics on public health risk assessment and management. In every aspect of the topic, the role of engineering in solving the problems of public health is explored and emphasized. Course Information: 3 undergraduate hours. 4 graduate hours. Prerequisite: CEE 330.
|Public Health Engineering||ONC||78818||ONL||3||-||Vishal Verma|
|Public Health Engineering||ONL||78345||ONL||3||-||Vishal Verma|
|Public Health Engineering||PH3||78343||LCD||3||0830 - 0950||T R||2310 Newmark Civil Engineering Bldg||Vishal Verma|
|Public Health Engineering||PH4||78344||LCD||4||0830 - 0950||T R||2310 Newmark Civil Engineering Bldg||Vishal Verma|