Ocean/Water Resources — Courses

Printer-friendly versionSend by emailPDF version

Courses

Courses offered through the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering relating to water resources and ocean engineering:

  • CIVE 3434: Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Engineering
  • CIVE 4332: Hydrology
  • CIVE 6322: Storm Water Management
  • CIVE 6331: Hydraulics of Open Channel Flow
  • CIVE 6361: Engineering Hydrology
  • CIVE 6363: Evaluation of Water Quality in Natural Waters
  • CIVE 6370: Environmental Fluid Mechanic
  • CIVE 6371: River Mechanics and Sediment Transport
  • CIVE 7332: Ground Water Contaminant Transport
  • CIVE 7335: Coastal Hydrodynamics
  • CIVE 7342: Engineering Geographic Information Systems

Related courses offered through other Departments:

  • GEOL 4331: Introduction to GIS
  • GEOL 6325: Remote Sensing
  • GEOL 6326: GIS Applications
  • GEOL 6357: Terrigenous Sedimentology
  • GEOL 6358: Terrigenous Depositional Models 
  • GEOL 6360: Rivers and Deltas
  • MECE 5363: Fluid Mechanics
  • MECE 6341: Viscous Flow Theory
  • MECE 6342: Potential Flow Around Bodies
  • MECE 6343: Boundary Layers
  • MECE 6344: Turbulent Flows
  • MECE 6345: Hydrodynamic Stability
  • MECE 6346: Geophysical Fluid Dynamics
  • MECE 6353: Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • MECE 6377: Continuum Mechanics I
  • MECE 7379: Continuum Mechanics II
  • MECE 6384: Methods of Applied Mathematics I
  • MECE 6385: Methods of Applied Mathematics II
  • MECE 7360: Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos

Courses from other departments can also be taken to build cross-disciplinary backgrounds when deemed appropriate (see the Civil Graduate page for details regarding degree requirements).