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Courses Taught


course   number

COURSE   title

Semester(s)/Year(s)   TAUGHT


CEE 750

Urban Runoff Quality and Control Fall 2023; Fall 2021; Fall 2018; Fall 2014; Spring 2013


CEE 704

Environmental and Water Resources Systems Fall 2020; Fall 2017; Spring 2015; Fall 2013; Spring 2012; Fall 2010, Spring 2009, Fall 2007.


CEE 407/607

Computer Applications in Water Resources Fall 2024; Fall 2022; Fall 2019; Fall 2015; Spring 2014; Fall 2012; Fall 2008.


CEE 413/613

Water Resources Engineering Spring 2024; Spring 2017; Spring 2015; Spring 2014; Spring 2013; Spring 2012; Fall 2011, Spring 2011, Spring 2010, Fall 2009, Spring 2008, Spring 2007.


CEE 367

Fluid Mechanics Fall 2011, Spring 2011, Fall 2010, Spring 2010, Fall 2009, Spring 2009, Fall 2008, Spring 2008, Fall 2007, Spring 2007, Fall 2006.


CEE 198

Ethics and Professional Practice of Engineering Fall 2016


CEE 298

Project Management and Professional Practice Fall 2016


CEE 498

Civil Engineering Capstone Design Fall 2024


NRES 730

Interdisciplinary   Modeling: Water-Related Issues and Changing Climate (Co-taught at University of Nevada, Reno, NV) Summer 2010


RGSC 618

Interdisciplinary   Modeling: Water-Related Issues and Changing Climate (Co-taught at New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM) Summer 2012


GEOS 697

Interdisciplinary   Modeling: Water-Related Issues and Changing Climate (Co-taught at Boise State University, Boise, ID) Summer 2015

CEE 750 Urban Runoff Quality and Control

Study of the quality of urban runoff during wet and dry periods. Topics include: review of hydrologic concepts, modeling water quantity and quality in stormwater systems, water quality of non-point sources, control structures or Best Management Practices (BMPs), evaluation of current research, discussion of current regulations.
Prerequisites: CEE 413 and CEE 450 or consent of instructor.

CEE 704 Environmental and Water Systems

Introduction to techniques to evaluating alternatives in environmental and water resources systems.Topics include southwest U.S. water economic analysis, optimization using linear and dynamic programming, systems modeling using STELLA, analysis of droughts, and current research topics. Applications focus on surface water systems, operation, and reservoirs, water distribution and environmental systems.

Prerequisite: CEE 413. 3 credits.

CEE 407/695 Computer Applications in Environmental and Water Resources Engineering

Application of computer models for analysis and design of environmental and water resource systems.Includes surface and groundwater hydrology, pipe networks, and water quality computer programs.

Prerequisite: CEE 413 and CEE 450. 3 credits.

CEE 413 Water Resources Engineering

Hydraulic and hydrologic design of water distribution, stormwater, and wastewater collection systems.Introduction to groundwater hydrology. Pumps, pipe flow, and pipe networks. Hydraulic design of open channels, culverts, and sanitary sewers.

Prerequisites: CEE 367. 3 credits.

CEE 367 Fluid Mechanics

Introduction to fluid properties, statics, and fluid dynamics, development and application of fundamental equations for the study of external and internal flows, compressible flows, dimensional analysis, and turbomachinery. Laboratory exercises on the dynamics and statics of fluids. Three hours lecture and three hours laboratory.

Prerequisites: Admission to construction management, civil, electrical or mechanical engineering major, ME 242, MATH 283. 4 credits.

CEE 367L Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

Laboratory designed to familiarize the student with the basic properties and behavior of incompressible and Compressible fluids.

Three hours laboratory. Co-requisite: Equivalent to CEE 367 lecture.

Prerequisite: Admission to civil, electrical or mechanical engineering major.