Problem solving in nonpoint source pollution. Methods for evaluating the extent, rate, timing, and fate of Non-Point Source (NPS) pollutants in agricultural and urban environments. Offered yearly in Spring term, as a hybrid section for even years and an ecampus section for odd years.
Student learning will be assessed using the following outcomes for the undergraduate and graduate sections:
- Demonstrate basic knowledge of terms and concepts
- Differentiate assessment methods for appropriateness
- Apply general engineering principles to new problems and situations
- Construct, manipulate, and interpret graphs of time series and spatial data
- Communicate problem, including design criteria and assumptions, and solutions effectively in writing