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65 Courses


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EV201 2020-1 INTRO TO ENV ENG & DESIGN 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=3.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course introduces Cadets to the environmental engineering profession to gain an appreciation for the interdisciplinary nature of the field. Fundamentals regarding engineering design are presented and a variety of tools are used to analyze and visualize solutions to environmental challenges. The course provides a platform for the incorporation of required skills students use throughout the rest of their engineering course of study. Cadets solve a series of progressively more complex engineering problems by applying the design process while addressing public health, safety, and welfare. The course introduces a variety of techniques to communicate effectively with a range of audiences as Cadets function effectively on teams and apply new knowledge and learning strategies.
2024 2
2025 2
2026 2
2027 2

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EV203 2019-2 PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY 3.0
(BS=2.5, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This core course provides cadets with a fundamental understanding of scientific principles and processes of earth science, meteorology, climatology, geomorphology and environmental systems, as well as an introduction to cultural geography. Further, the course introduces cadets to technical skills - (terrain analysis, image interpretation and spectral analysis, remote sensing, global positioning system, geographic information systems cartography) - to delineate the geographic distribution of landforms, weather, climate, and culture systems; and evaluate their potential impact on military operations. Lessons are reinforced by use of in- and out-of-class practical exercises, terrain walks and computer exercises to demonstrate the interrelationship between physical and human processes, and their impact on the environment. Historical and contemporary vignettes are employed to demonstrate how weather, climate, terrain, soils, vegetation and culture are important, cogent and frequently decisive in military operations.
2024 2
2024 5
2024 8
2025 1
2025 2
2025 5
2026 1
2026 2
2026 5
2027 1
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2027 5

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EV210 2017-2 WATER 3.0
(BS=3.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course provides disciplinary depth in the science of oceans, estuaries, lakes, rivers, and water ecosystems through the study of physical, chemical and biological principles related to marine and freshwater biomes. Communities of marine and freshwater organisms at various ecological zones are explored, as they are affected by light, nutrients, water chemistry, and other physical and chemical properties. The impacts of humans on these water ecosystems are also evaluated. The course provides the student with a strong foundation in the science of the hydrosphere while introducing students to environmental science lab and field research methods.

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EV289A 2021-1 INTRO IND STUDY & RESEARCH 1.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The course is an individually supervised research and study program designed to familiarize cadets with introductory scientific procedures, techniques, and topics. The cadet and advisor prepare a research and study proposal setting forth the objectives, scope, and anticipated accomplishments of his/her efforts for the semester. The scope of the course is tailored to the needs of the project and interests of the cadet in consultation with a faculty advisor. Once approved, the proposal serves as a basis for the cadet's research and study program. Progress in research reports and observations by the faculty advisor form the basis for grades. Activities vary by project, but the primary purpose is to acquaint students with essential skills required for independent research. If required for a specific degree, the proposal will include a justification for engineering science or design credit.
2024 2
2025 1
2025 2
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2

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EV289B 2021-1 INTRO IND STUDY & RESEARCH II 1.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The course is an individually supervised research and study program designed to familiarize cadets with introductory scientific procedures, techniques, and topics. The cadet and advisor prepare a research and study proposal setting forth the objectives, scope, and anticipated accomplishments of his/her efforts for the semester. The scope of the course is tailored to the needs of the project and interests of the cadet in consultation with a faculty advisor. Once approved, the proposal serves as a basis for the cadet's research and study program. Progress in research reports and observations by the faculty advisor form the basis for grades. Activities vary by project, but the primary purpose is to acquaint students with essential skills required for independent research. If required for a specific degree, the proposal will include a justification for engineering science or design credit.
2024 2
2026 1
2027 1
2027 2

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EV289C 2023-2 INTRO IND STUDY & RESEARCH III 1.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The course is an individually supervised research and study program designed to familiarize cadets with introductory scientific procedures, techniques, and topics. The cadet and advisor prepare a research and study proposal setting forth the objectives, scope, and anticipated accomplishments of his/her efforts for the semester. The scope of the course is tailored to the needs of the project and interests of the cadet in consultation with a faculty advisor. Once approved, the proposal serves as a basis for the cadet's research and study program. Progress in research reports and observations by the faculty advisor form the basis for grades. Activities vary by project, but the primary purpose is to acquaint students with essential skills required for independent research. If required for a specific degree, the proposal will include a justification for engineering science or design credit.
2027 2

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EV300 2018-1 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE As the introductory course to the Environmental Engineering Sequence, EV300 provides a broad understanding of current global and local environmental issues. It specifically focuses on natural ecosystems processes, the effects of pollution on human health, assessing the level of risk associated with pollution, and the environmental effects of energy use, air pollution, global climate change, acid rain, and smog. Discussions of anthropogenic influences on the environment also consider social, economic, technological and political impacts. Cadets learn to evaluate environmental issues through current events and interactive debates. A course project requires cadets to apply the scientific method to evaluate a current environmental problem and provides an opportunity to integrate multiple course topics with an in-depth study of an issue of interest.
2025 1
2026 1
2027 1

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EV301 2017-2 ENV SCIENCE FOR ENGR & SCIEN 3.0
(BS=1.0, ET=2.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE EV301 provides the cadet with a deep understanding of current global and local environmental issues. It specifically focuses on natural ecosystem processes, the effects of pollution on human health, assessing the level of human health risk associated with pollution, and the strain on natural resources that stem from population growth. Discussions of anthropogenic influences consider social, economic, technological, and political impacts. Cadets evaluate environmental issues through review of scientific literature, current events, and interactive debates. A course project requires cadets to conduct an in-depth study by applying the scientific method to evaluate a current environmental problem of interest. The project results in a foundation of engineering science that facilitates follow-on engineering design.
2024 2

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EV301 2025-1 ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY 3.0
(BS=1.0, ET=2.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE EV301 provides the cadet with an overview of current global and local environmental issues through the lens of sustainable practices. It specifically focuses on natural ecosystem processes, the effects of pollution on human health, assessing the level of human health risk associated with pollution, and the strain on natural resources that stem from population growth. Discussions of anthropogenic influences on sustainability include social, economic, technological, and political factors. Cadets evaluate environmental issues through review of scientific literature, current events, and interactive debates. A course project requires cadets to conduct an in-depth life cycle assessment (LCA) of an activity or product. The project results in a foundation of engineering science that facilitates follow-on engineering design.
2025 1
2026 1
2027 1

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EV303 2020-1 FOUNDATIONS IN GEOGRAPHY 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course presents the basic concepts, theories and methods of inquiry in the discipline of geography as foundation for advanced study in Human/Regional Geography; Environmental Geography; or Geospatial Information Science. The course includes models and concepts from the many sub-disciplinary (systematic) areas of geography to include cultural, historical, economic, urban, political and military geography. The application of concepts to real-world issues is emphasized. Research skills and techniques used by professional geographers are presented. Cadets use these approaches to spatially analyze and map the distribution of human and environmental phenomena. Several short papers will be assigned.
2025 1
2026 1
2027 1

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EV310 2020-1 AQUATIC SCIENCE 3.0
(BS=3.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course provides disciplinary depth in the science of oceans, estuaries, lakes, rivers, and water ecosystems through the study of physical, chemical and biological principles related to marine and freshwater biomes. Communities of marine and freshwater organisms at various ecological zones are explored, as they are affected by light, nutrients, water chemistry, and other physical and chemical properties. The impacts of humans on these water ecosystems are also evaluated. The course provides the student with a strong foundation in the science of the hydrosphere while introducing students to environmental science lab and field research methods.
2025 1
2026 1
2027 1

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EV350 2021-2 ENVIRONMNTL ENGR TECHNOLOGIES 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=3.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course builds on environmental issues introduced in EV300 and further explorers environmental engineering from a unit process and materials balance approach. Analyzing water (transport, quality, drinking water treatment, and wastewater treatment) and air (transport, quality, and pollutant minimization), the cadet is exposed to the breadth of the environmental discipline. A laboratory experience is integral to the course. In the laboratory, physical, chemical, and biological quality are discussed and measured. An introductory environmental engineering design project on river water quality and wastewater treatment plant design is developed within the semester.
2024 2
2025 2
2026 2
2027 2
2027 8

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EV365 2019-2 GEOGRAPHY OF GLOBAL CULTURES 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course provides the geographic foundation for study in interdisciplinary and management academic areas. Contemporary regions of the world political map serve as the framework within which geographic concepts and analytical techniques are applied. Each cadet will develop an awareness of the diversity and distribution of people on the earth, human organization and exploitation of territory, and interactions among culture groups. Particular emphasis is placed on social institutions, their impact on economic development, and the subsequent identification and analysis of developed, emerging, and underdeveloped states.
2024 2
2024 8
2024 9
2025 1
2025 2
2025 8
2025 9
2026 1
2026 2
2026 8
2026 9
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2027 8
2027 9

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EV367 2018-1 GEOGRAPHIC RESEARCH METHODS 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course introduces academic geographic inquiry and the methods, techniques, and ethical considerations needed to effectively design, plan, and conduct geographic research. The course starts with why research is important and the ethics of doing research, which includes an introduction to the institutional review board process. Cadets will then learn how to conduct and write a literature review and develop research questions. Finally, quantitative, qualitative and spatial methods will be introduced. This course is designed to be an applied introduction to geographical research techniques.
2025 1
2026 1
2027 1

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EV371 2020-1 GEOGRAPHY OF RUSSIA 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course examines the political, economic, and cultural geography of Russia and its adjacent neighbors; the Baltic states, east central European region, transcaucasus, and central Asia. Topics covered include: the commonwealth of independent states; ecocide in the former soviet union; disposition of the former soviet military; and ethnic rivalries. The objective of the course is to provide the student with an understanding of the recent past of the traditional soviet system in order to understand, as well as geographically evaluate, Russia's and the other former republics' situation today.
2024 8
2024 9
2025 1
2025 8
2025 9
2026 1
2026 8
2026 9
2027 1
2027 8
2027 9

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EV372 2019-2 GEOGRAPHY OF ASIA 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The course studies the physical and cultural environment of Asia with emphasis on those geographic elements related to the region's progress, developing nations, and emerging world and regional powers. Topics covered include a consideration of the physical and resource base, environmental and cultural factors, spatial organization of agricultural and industrial economies, population patterns and problems, and examination of the realm's several major subregions.
2024 2
2024 8
2025 2
2025 8
2025 9
2026 2
2027 2

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EV373 2023-1 GEOGRAPHY OF LATIN AMERICA 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course studies the physical and cultural landscape of Latin America, giving special treatment to the diversity and cultural identity of the region. Topics covered include an historical geography of the region, including pre-columbian civilizations, Iberian, African, and European influences; the geography of transportation networks, agriculture, urbanization, and population. National boundaries, major landforms and climatic conditions are discussed to describe their effect on civilization. This course also investigates the historical relationship between the United States and Latin America and covers recent U.S. military interventions in the region.
2024 8
2024 9
2025 1
2025 8
2025 9
2026 1
2026 8
2026 9
2027 1
2027 8
2027 9

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EV375 2024-2 GEOGRAPHY OF AFRICA 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course examines the cultural and natural diversity of African landscapes, with an emphasis on development, population issues, disease, and the origin, dispersal, spatial organization, and interaction of important cultural groups. Africa's physical landscapes will also be introduced as the palette upon which Africa's complex human mosaic has developed. Students will explore, from a geographic perspective, why Africa has seemingly been plagued with problems of economic development, health, and political instability.
2024 2
2024 8
2024 9
2025 2
2025 8
2025 9
2026 2
2027 2
2027 9

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EV376 2019-2 GEOGRAPHY OF THE MIDDLE EAST 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course examines the cultural and natural diversity of Southwest Asian landscapes. The realm's cultures and ethnicities are studied in a geographic context, with an emphasis on the origin, dispersal, spatial organization, and interaction of important cultural groups. Among issues examined are the distribution and strategic significance of critical mineral and energy resources, population and resource disparities, cultural conflict, and economic development. Students will learn how geographic issues impact the prospects for peace and stability in the region.
2024 8
2024 9
2025 1
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EV377 2020-2 REMOTE SENSING 3.0
(BS=1.0, ET=2.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE Remote Sensing is collecting information about something without being in physical contact with it. In this course, students will learn remote sensing principles that are applicable across engineering and humanities disciplines. The focus of the course is the electro-magnetic spectrum and how it is leveraged to collect information about a surface. Through lectures and practical exercises students will become familiar with different remote sensing applications, technologies, and the physical basis of satellite and aerial remote sensing. Pertinent to this study is a basic understanding of orbital mechanics, data analysis, and sensor design. The course will help students apply remotely sensed data to solve current problems.
2025 1
2026 1
2027 1

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EV378 2020-2 CARTOGRAPHY 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE Cartography covers theoretical concepts and practical aspects for visualizing and analyzing digital spatial data. The course covers the principles of cartographic communication and enables the student to apply map design principles along with computer mapping techniques to solve contemporary problems in geography, economics, international relations, and applied sciences. A final course design project requires the student to utilize various online resources to obtain open-source geodata and demonstrate their ability to synthesize sound mapping principles.
2025 1
2025 8
2025 9
2026 1
2027 1

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EV379 2022-2 PHOTOGRAMMETRY 3.0
(BS=3.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE Photogrammetry relates the principles of photography, precise image measurement, and computation for the development of accurate spatial information. Photogrammetry is heavily utilized in the public, private, and defense sectors for the creation of high-resolution maps, three-dimensional (3D) models, and for detailed geometric analyses (e.g., change detection associated with imaged objects or the surface of the Earth). This course covers the fundamentals of optics, photography, image measurement, coordinate transformations, calculating geometry from vertical and tilted aerial imagery, stereoscopic visualization, photogrammetric control and flight mission planning, and the development of geospatial products such as digital surface models (DSM), 3D point clouds, and orthorectified basemaps. Laboratory exercises and a final project provide practical hands-on experience with topics ranging from photogrammetric analysis of historical film imagery to the creation of digital 3D point clouds and surfaces using unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and modern digital cameras.
2024 2
2025 2
2026 2
2027 2

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EV380 2020-2 SURVEYING 3.5
(BS=0.5, ET=3.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE A framework for understanding and applying practical surveying methods is developed. Consideration of error theory and the concepts of precision and accuracy yields understanding of the probabilistic nature of measurements. The principles of differential leveling, electronic distance measurement, angular measurement, global navigation satellite system (GNSS) positioning, and terrestrial laser scanning (a.k.a. Lidar) are studied and applied using state-of-the-art surveying equipment and software tools. Plane surveys are principally explored, although the fundamentals of geodetic surveys are also presented. Traverse, triangulation, trilateration, level networks and the proper adjustment of related measurements are examined. Control survey, land survey, topographic survey, horizontal and vertical curve design, and Geographic Information System (GIS) software applications are included. Extensive use of laboratory periods permits the application of surveying fundamentals, methods and planning skills to actual field situations.
2024 8
2024 9
2025 1
2025 8
2025 9
2026 1
2026 9
2027 1
2027 8
2027 9

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EV384 2020-1 GEOGRAPHY OF NORTH AMERICA 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course provides a regional geography of North America, with balanced coverage of the human and physical geography of the United States and Canada. Lectures are appropriately supplemented with movies, slides, and maps to facilitate understanding of important themes that are prevalent in various subregions. Emphasis is placed on cultural patterns and contemporary environmental issues.
2025 1
2026 1
2027 1

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EV386 2019-2 GEOGRAPHY OF EUROPE 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
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SCOPE The course examines European cultural landscapes, focusing on the environmental and cultural diversity exhibited among the states of modern Europe. Nationalism and the territorial imperative, long recognized as major forces in Europe, are studied from a geographic perspective to include patterns and processes of both regional continuity and change. Emphasis is given to the rapidly developing urbanization and mutual interdependence among countries of Western Europe. West and East European agricultural/industrial resource bases and developmental strategies are compared and contrasted. Specific topics are tailored to current issues and include regional conflict, economic development and trade, and problems of energy and the environment. This course concludes with a study of contemporary European extraregional spatial relationships with other major world culture regions.
2024 2
2024 8
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2025 2
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2026 2
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2027 9

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EV387 2019-2 METEOROLOGY 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course introduces meteorological processes, systems, and patterns with emphasis on spatial distributions. The course begins with a comprehensive look at the structure of the atmosphere to include the energy budget, heat transfer mechanisms, as well as an examination of daily and seasonal patterns of temperature. A thorough look at atmospheric moisture and stability precedes a study of cloud and precipitation processes followed by a study of the atmosphere in motion, namely air pressure, governing forces, winds, small and local-scale wind systems and the general circulation of the planet. Specific phenomena are then examined, including mid-latitude cyclones, thunderstorms/lightning, tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, hurricanes, air pollution, and a brief look at climate and climate change. The end of the course focuses on the art and science of weather forecasting and its applicability to military operations. In-class labs.
2024 2
2025 2
2026 2
2027 2

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EV388A 2020-2 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY 3.5
(BS=3.5, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course primarily emphasizes learning to identify minerals and rocks and then applying this knowledge to analyze the significant geologic processes that act on and within the Earth. These processes include plate tectonics, rock mechanics, structural geology, geologic mapping, ground and surface water, deep time, and elements of mining and petroleum engineering. Field trips are conducted to illustrate how local geology influenced development and construction in the Hudson Valley. The course is capstoned by an open-ended geologic mapping project which requires the creative application of geology to propose a practical solution to a stated need. Cadets use a geologic exploration simulation to convert given resources into a product containing elements that professional geologists would create.
2025 1
2026 1
2027 1

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EV388B 2022-1 GEOMORPHOLOGY 3.0
(BS=3.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course studies the processes that create landforms on the surface of the earth and their regional and global distributions. The course focuses on processes and their inter-relationships with geologic structure, soils and climate. Processes emphasized include glaciers, streams, downslope motion caused by gravity, groundwater, coastlines, and eolian landscapes. Each student prepares a final report synthesizing these processes and how they relate to real-world applications.
2024 2
2025 2
2026 2
2027 2

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EV389A 2021-1 INTER IND STUDY & RESEARCH 2.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The course is an individually supervised research and study program designed to familiarize cadets with advanced scientific procedures, techniques, and topics. The cadet and advisor prepare a research and study proposal setting forth the objectives, scope, and anticipated accomplishments of his/her efforts for the semester. The scope of the course is tailored to the needs of the project and interests of the cadet in consultation with a faculty advisor. Once approved, the proposal serves as a basis for the cadet's research and study program. Progress in research reports and observations by the faculty advisor form the basis for grades. Activities vary by project, but the primary purpose is to acquaint students with essential skills required for independent research. If required for a specific degree, the proposal will include a justification for engineering science or design credit.
2024 2
2025 1
2025 2
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2

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EV389B 2024-1 CLIMATOLOGY 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE Climatology investigates the earth's atmospheric phenomena, giving special attention to the dynamic physical processes which produce weather and result in distinctive climates across the planet. A primary focus of the course is to examine how the climate system can impact humans, including an examination of human health, agriculture, and military operations. A similar emphasis is placed on ways in which humans can alter the climate through urbanization, pollution, and increasing greenhouse gas concentrations. Climate change policy and mitigation are also explored through scientific readings, and as differing viewpoints are presented, lively discussion and debate are encouraged. Numerous case studies are offered throughout the course, allowing students to apply climate data and information to problem solving in real-world situations.
2025 1
2026 1
2027 1

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EV389C 2021-1 INTER IND STUDY & RESEARCH II 2.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The course is an individually supervised research and study program designed to familiarize cadets with advanced scientific procedures, techniques, and topics. The cadet and advisor prepare a research and study proposal setting forth the objectives, scope, and anticipated accomplishments of his/her efforts for the semester. The scope of the course is tailored to the needs of the project and interests of the cadet in consultation with a faculty advisor. Once approved, the proposal serves as a basis for the cadet's research and study program. Progress in research reports and observations by the faculty advisor form the basis for grades. Activities vary by project, but the primary purpose is to acquaint students with essential skills required for independent research. If required for a specific degree, the proposal will include a justification for engineering science or design credit.
2024 2
2025 1
2025 2
2026 1
2026 2

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EV390B 2019-2 URBAN GEOGRAPHY 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course examines the location, function, structure, growth and interaction of urban areas. Spatial techniques are used to explore the internal attributes of cities, as well as their connectivity to other places. While the primary focus is on urbanization in the United States, primate cities abroad are often used for comparative purposes. Emphasis is placed on contemporary urban problems, particularly environmental issues and social disparities.
2024 2
2025 2
2026 2
2027 2

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EV391A 2020-1 LAND USE PLAN & MGT 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.5, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE An introduction to land use planning and management with focus on the land-law interfaces between the physical, cultural, and legal realms. The course surveys the policies and legislative basis for land use controls at the local, federal and regional levels to include national parks and forests, agricultural lands, rangelands, and military training areas. Natural resource management issues and strategies are explored. The importance of geographic concepts is emphasized in the conduct of applied case studies addressing land use conflicts and environmental strategies.
2025 1
2026 1
2027 1

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EV391B 2017-2 NATURAL HAZARDS AND RISK 3.0
(BS=3.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course focuses on natural phenomena that pose hazards to people. The cause, nature, and occurrence frequency of natural hazards such as flooding, earthquakes, hurricanes, and volcanic activity will be examined. Emphasis will also be placed on how people perceive and respond to these hazards. Land use policies and practices in these hazard areas will also receive attention. Students participate in map based laboratory exercises and have the opportunity to write a short paper advising a government official how to mitigate local geohazards.
2024 2
2024 8
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2025 2
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2026 2
2026 9
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2027 9

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EV394 2020-1 HYDROGEOLOGY/HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS 3.5
(BS=0.0, ET=3.5, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course covers the principles governing the movement of subterranean water (groundwater), the interaction of this water with the porous medium, and the transport of chemical constituents (contaminants) in the subsurface. Lesson blocks explore traditional background elements of hydraulic engineering to include flow systems for the conveyance of groundwater and drainage systems for groundwater. Computer models are used to evaluate groundwater problems and conduct sensitivity analyses.
2027 1

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EV394 2024-1 HYDROGEOLOGY/HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS 3.5
(BS=0.0, ET=3.5, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course covers the principles governing the movement of subterranean water (groundwater), the interaction of this water with the porous medium, and the transport of chemical constituents (contaminants) in the subsurface. Lesson blocks explore traditional background elements of hydraulic engineering to include flow systems for the conveyance of groundwater and drainage systems for groundwater. Computer models are used to evaluate groundwater problems and conduct sensitivity analyses.
2025 1
2026 1

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EV396 2008-2 ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGICAL SYS 3.5
(BS=1.0, ET=2.5, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course will examine biology from a practical environmental engineering and environmental science perspective. The foci of the course are applied public health, microbiology and microbial energetics. Specific topics include the biological health issues associated with drinking water, microbial aspects of industrial and domestic waste treatment and protection or restoration of natural water bodies from environmental contaminants. Students are also introduced to medical geography and the spatial biological health issues associated with a deployment. Laboratory exercises are used to introduce the student to water quality analyses and practices commonly used in the fields of environmental engineering and the environmental sciences.
2024 2
2025 2
2026 2
2027 2

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EV397 2023-2 AIR POLLUTION ENGINEERING 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=3.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course employs a design approach to air pollution control. It begins by defining air pollution problems, to include pollutant types, sources, legislation, and effects on both local and global scales. The course then examines the design of various means of controlling particulate and gaseous air pollution from both mobile and stationary sources. Finally, students study the link between meteorology and air pollution, as well as pollutant dispersion modeling in the atmosphere. A course project involves collection and analysis of indoor air quality data at selected locations on the installation.
2024 2
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2026 2
2027 2

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EV398 2020-2 GEOG INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=3.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course introduces basic theories and technologies of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), including the representation, acquisition, manipulation, analysis, and visualization of geographically related information. Used by environmentalists, engineers, land-use planners, architects, managers of large land holdings, and the military, these highly-intricate "decision support" systems assist managers in answering important "what if" questions. Hands-on experiences of GIS software are emphasized through lab and practical exercise applications.
2024 2
2024 8
2024 9
2025 1
2025 2
2025 8
2025 9
2026 1
2026 2
2026 9
2027 1
2027 2
2027 8
2027 9

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EV399A 2018-7 GEOLOGY FIELD COURSE 3.0
(BS=3.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The geology field course is a three-week long summer Individual Advanced Development Program. It is taught at a variety of field locations as funding and travel opportunities allow, but always directly driven by the location's link to course concepts. Geologic concepts are initially presented in a classroom setting and supplemented with laboratory exercises. The majority of the course, however, is conducted at geologic sites in the field where concepts are illustrated and expanded. The course provides the cadet with knowledge of and appreciation for the science of geology as well as practical experience in geological mapping. Field trips to active mines and active geologic research locations relate classroom learning to the real world.
2026 7
2027 7

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EV400 2009-2 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SEM 1.0
(BS=0.0, ET=1.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This seminar will meet once each week and will include all first class cadets majoring in environmental engineering. The seminar topics will address a variety of fundamental engineering science, design, and professional practice topics including engineering ethics, economics, and licensing. Periodically, guest lecturers from the military, industrial, and academic communities will provide their prospective on these topics.

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EV401 2023-2 PHYS & CHEM TREATMENT 3.5
(BS=0.0, ET=3.5, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course takes a process approach to environmental engineering using engineering science and design of drinking water treatment systems as the primary foci. Building upon concepts gained in environmental chemistry, cadets study physical and chemical processes used in environmental engineering. Discussion includes the theories behind these processes and the design procedures involved in their application. Cadets develop comprehensive concept design of drinking water treatment processes. While the focus of the course is drinking water treatment, the processes developed are also applicable to wastewater treatment, groundwater remediation, air pollution control, and the treatment of solid and hazardous wastes.
2025 1
2026 1
2027 2

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EV402 2021-1 BIOCHEMICAL TREATMENT 3.5
(BS=0.0, ET=3.5, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course provides cadets with the opportunity to apply the principles of microbiology to the protection and improvement of the environment. This course builds on the concepts learned in EV396, Environmental Biological Systems, and directly applies those concepts to the treatment of wastewater, removal of nutrients from wastewater, anaerobic digestion, bioremediation, industrial waste treatment, and emerging applications of biological treatment and modeling. A comprehensive, multi-step design project serves as the design experience for this course.
2025 1
2026 1
2027 1

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EV450 2020-1 ENV ENG FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOP 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course is the capstone experience for a three-course environmental engineering sequence. With a focus on water and sanitation challenges in the developing world, students assess various technologies and their ability to meet community needs. The course highlights the engineering design process to develop appropriate solutions and introduces decision modeling with consideration of social, political, and economic factors. A semester-long term project leverages real world case studies to provide cadet teams an opportunity to apply knowledge and creatively design sustainable solutions to ill-defined problems. Students must make logical assumptions throughout the project, present and evaluate solution designs, and prepare a formal written report defending their selected course of action.
2024 2
2025 1
2025 2
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2

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EV471 2020-1 ECOLOGY 3.0
(BS=3.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course examines ecosystems through the study of ecological principles related to an organism's relationship to its environment, community, and ecosystem. Species, population, community, and ecosystem level interactions and dynamics are emphasized. The fundamental influences of energy flow and material cycling are examined, as well as the unique role of wetlands within ecosystems. The course includes several field trips, which lead to a culminating term project designed to integrate previously acquired environmental science technical skills and ecological principles.
2025 1
2026 1
2027 1

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EV477 2019-2 ADVANCED REMOTE SENSING 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=3.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course examines advanced remote sensing theory and digital image processing techniques suitable for the processing of remotely sensed data. Emphasis is on the processing and analysis of state-of-the-art high spatial and spectral resolution data gathered by airborne and satellite sensors. Topics covered include geometric and radiometric image rectification, registration and resampling techniques, image enhancements, data merging, image segmentation, and automated feature extraction. A wide range of practical exercises and in-class laboratory assignments provides hands-on experience with a variety of remotely sensed imagery ranging from multi-spectral to hyper-spectral data. The course culminates with a capstone term project that allows cadets to apply digital image processing skills to a scientific problem.
2024 2
2025 2
2026 2
2027 2

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EV478 2019-2 MILITARY GEOSPATIAL OPERATIONS 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course is designed to teach the most current state of geospatial operations in the military. It is built to provide the student an improved understanding of the cornerstone to the digital force - the "common operational picture" or COP. This course is divided into five major blocks of instruction: (1) a linked discussion of geospatial operations' development, organizations and data systems; (2) the geographic information system (GIS) as a military tool - system input, management, data analysis and production outputs; (3) Army geospatial operations in the garrison environment; (4) Army geospatial operations in combat environments; and (5) geospatial operations for joint/coalition forces. The course includes several relevant practical exercises and laboratories, a field trip, guest lectures and one panel discussion. Due to the currency of the material discussed a secret security clearance is required for all participants.
2024 2
2025 2
2025 8
2025 9
2026 2
2027 2

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EV480 2007-1 HONORS SEMINAR IN GEOGRAPHY 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course will examine major research initiatives in the discipline and delineate their data requirements. The primary objective of this course is to identify and outline the senior thesis, which is the culminating event for the Honors Program. Hence, cadets participating in this course will explore research methods and data sources used by geographers, conduct a critical analysis of seminal literature in the field, define a research problem, identify and evaluate data sources, and assemble a research proposal. The final product of this course will be a written research proposal that will define the senior thesis (written during EV489B). The cadet will make a formal presentation of this proposal to senior geography faculty. The course is conducted in a seminar and one-and-one format. Lessons and labs are established by consultation between the cadet and faculty advisor.
2025 1
2026 1
2027 1

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EV481 2014-1 WATER RESOURCES PLAN & DESIGN 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=3.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The course is concerned with effective use of water as a manageable natural resource. It begins with instruction on the tools required by water resource managers to make sound decisions in their field. The course assesses current needs for water and the structural (engineered) and non-structural approaches available to meet these needs. Elements of engineering design and the design process are introduced. The bulk of the course is concerned with assessment of the impacts of various water resources development activities on the economic, socio-cultural and ecological sectors of the environment. Methods for conducting tradeoff analyses among the engineered and environmental aspects of projects are developed and applied in a term project. The course makes use of case studies of current water resource projects. Visiting speakers represent the views of the Federal government and concerned public interest groups.
2024 2
2025 2
2026 2
2027 2

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EV482 2019-2 MILITARY GEOGRAPHY 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE History is replete with examples of the impact of terrain, weather and climate on military operations at all scales. National strategies are influenced heavily by geographic realities of relative location, spatial interaction, population dynamics and resource distribution. This course emphasizes the development of a geographic method for systematic analysis of the battlefield that is appropriate for platoon leader and corps commander alike. Students evaluate the elements of national power and examine their geostrategic influences, past and present. The role of the environment in shaping today's Army and its missions is discussed. Jungle, cold region, alpine, riverine, desert, temperate and urban operational environments are examined for their effect on military planning and execution. Finally, cadets review case studies of the impact of these diverse environments on military operations at the tactical level.
2024 2
2025 2
2026 2
2027 2

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EV483 2020-1 COLLOQUIUM IN GEOGRAPHY 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The colloquium is a directed readings course using small group discussions of important literature, methodological traditions, and contemporary research trends in the field of geography. Dependent on instructor preference and individual student interest, in-depth readings will be pursued in one or more of the following areas of geographic study: cultural, political, regional or military geography. Compensatory time is given to permit extra readings.
2024 2
2024 8
2024 9
2025 2
2025 8
2025 9
2026 2
2026 8
2027 2
2027 8
2027 9

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EV485 2024-1 SPEC TOPICS-GEOG & ENVRNMNT 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course explores an advanced topic in Human and Regional Geography, Environmental Geography, Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering, or Geospatial Information Science. Specific subject matter will vary with the expertise of the visiting professor or senior faculty member conducting the course.
2024 8
2024 9
2025 8
2025 9

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EV485A 2024-2 SPEC TOPICS-GEOG & ENVRNMNT-A 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course explores an advanced topic in Human and Regional Geography, Environmental Geography, Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering, or Geospatial Information Science. Specific subject matter will vary with the expertise of the visiting professor or senior faculty member conducting the course.
2024 2
2025 8
2025 9

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EV486 2024-2 ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE Whereas physical geographers focus on the earth's surface and atmosphere, and human geographers concentrate on the spatial aspect of human activities, environmental geographers are interested in both how people adapt to specific environments and how they alter those environments through human activities. To understand these interactions and their implications, environmental geographers must fully appreciate natural processes and landform development within and on the surface of the Earth, as well as the implications of human intervention in the natural system.
2024 2
2026 2
2027 2

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EV487 2019-2 ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This interdisciplinary seminar uses Environmental Security in a case study approach to analyze how environmental issues affect U.S. National Security. Cadets explore environmental security topics such as water, natural resource shortages, energy use and dependency, and global climate change using an interdisciplinary approach from social, political, economic, and scientific-technological perspectives. The course culminates in a student team analysis of a developing country relating environmental security issues to U.S. National Security interests. The final project includes a formal brief and written paper.
2024 2
2025 2
2026 2
2027 2

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EV488 2017-2 SOLID & HAZ WASTE TREAT & REMD 3.5
(BS=0.0, ET=3.5, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course examines the treatment, storage and disposal of solid and hazardous wastes. Both regulatory requirements and evolving technology associated with solving modern solid waste disposal problems are discussed. Design of remediation processes for cleanup of contaminated waste sites are presented. Students design and conduct experiments to assess the efficiency of a hazardous waste treatment process or solve a problem associated with a variety of hazardous waste treatment technologies.

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EV488 2024-2 SOLID & HAZ WASTE TREAT & REMD 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=3.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course examines the treatment, storage and disposal of solid and hazardous wastes. Both regulatory requirements and evolving technology associated with solving modern solid waste disposal problems are discussed. Design of remediation processes for cleanup of contaminated waste sites are presented. Students will complete a term project related to subsurface remediation that will involve design and experimentation to assess the efficiency of a hazardous waste treatment and remediation process. **The 3.0CR version of this course is a pilot and must undergo review by the Curriculum Committee NLT AY26-1 to continue.**
2024 2
2025 2
2026 2
2027 2

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EV489A 2021-1 ADVANCED INDIVIDUAL STUDY I 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The course is an individually supervised research and study program designed to provide cadets the opportunity to pursue advanced scientific procedures, techniques, and/or topics within their discipline. The cadet and faculty advisor prepare a research proposal setting forth the objectives, scope, and anticipated accomplishments of his/her efforts for the semester. The scope of the course is tailored to the needs of the project and interests of the cadet in consultation with a faculty advisor. Once approved, the proposal serves as a basis for the cadet's research and study program. Progress in research reports and observations by the faculty advisor form the basis for grades. Lessons and labs are established by consultation between the cadet and faculty advisor. The program for each cadet will culminate in one of two outcomes: 1) discipline-appropriate final written report (e.g., senior thesis) with presentation in a public forum (e.g., Projects Day); or 2) enrollment in EV489B for continued research and independent study at a 3.0-credit level. If required for a specific degree, the proposal will include a justification for engineering science or design credit. Program Director will determine the applicable MA, BS, and ET credits for each offering, as required.
2024 2
2025 1
2025 2
2026 1
2026 2
2026 3
2026 7
2027 1
2027 2

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EV489B 2021-1 ADVANCED INDIVIDUAL STUDY II 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The course is an individually supervised research and study program designed to provide cadets the opportunity to pursue advanced scientific procedures, techniques, and/or topics within their discipline. The cadet and faculty advisor prepare a research proposal setting forth the objectives, scope, and anticipated accomplishments of his/her efforts for the semester. The scope of the course is tailored to the needs of the project and interests of the cadet in consultation with a faculty advisor. Once approved, the proposal serves as a basis for the cadet's research and study program. Progress in research reports and observations by the faculty advisor form the basis for grades. Lessons and labs are established by consultation between the cadet and faculty advisor. The program for each cadet will culminate in one of two outcomes: 1) discipline-appropriate final written report (e.g., senior thesis) with presentation in a public forum (e.g., Projects Day); or 2) enrollment in EV489C for continued research and independent study at a 3.0-credit level. If required for a specific degree, the proposal will include a justification for engineering science or design credit. Program Director will determine the applicable MA, BS, and ET credits for each offering, as required.
2024 2
2025 1
2025 2
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2

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EV489C 2021-1 ADV IND STUDY AND RESEARCH III 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The course is an individually supervised research and study program designed to provide cadets the opportunity to pursue advanced scientific procedures, techniques, and/or topics within their discipline. The cadet and faculty advisor prepare a research proposal setting forth the objectives, scope, and anticipated accomplishments of his/her efforts for the semester. The scope of the course is tailored to the needs of the project and interests of the cadet in consultation with a faculty advisor. Once approved, the proposal serves as a basis for the cadet's research and study program. Progress in research reports and observations by the faculty advisor form the basis for grades. Lessons and labs are established by consultation between the cadet and faculty advisor. The program for each cadet will culminate in one of two outcomes: 1) discipline-appropriate final written report (e.g., senior thesis) with presentation in a public forum (e.g., Projects Day); or 2) enrollment in EV489D for continued research and independent study at a 3.0-credit level. If required for a specific degree, the proposal will include a justification for engineering science or design credit. Program Director will determine the applicable MA, BS, and ET credits for each offering, as required.
2024 2
2026 1
2027 2

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EV489D 2021-1 ADV IND STUDY AND RESEARCH IV 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The course is an individually supervised research and study program designed to provide cadets the opportunity to pursue advanced scientific procedures, techniques, and/or topics within their discipline. The cadet and faculty advisor prepare a research proposal setting forth the objectives, scope, and anticipated accomplishments of his/her efforts for the semester. The scope of the course is tailored to the needs of the project and interests of the cadet in consultation with a faculty advisor. Once approved, the proposal serves as a basis for the cadet's research and study program. Progress in research reports and observations by the faculty advisor form the basis for grades. Lessons and labs are established by consultation between the cadet and faculty advisor. The program for each cadet will culminate in a discipline-appropriate final written report (e.g., senior thesis) with presentation in a public forum (e.g., Projects Day). If required for a specific degree, the proposal will include a justification for engineering science or design credit. Program Director will determine the applicable MA, BS, and ET credits for each offering, as required.
2026 2

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EV490 2024-1 ENVIRON ENG DESIGN 3.5
(BS=0.0, ET=3.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This is the first in a sequence of two courses that comprise the environmental engineering integrative experience. In this senior engineering design course, teams of cadets apply the engineering design process to develop alternative solutions to complex, open-ended environmental engineering problems. In addition, cadets are introduced to techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools required for the engineering design process. The course culminates with a decision brief and report in which teams present a conceptual (35%) design for their recommended solution alternative, as well as their analysis of the engineering, social, economic, and environmental criteria that led them to recommend this course of action. The approved design alternative will be completed the following semester in EV491 Advanced Environmental Engineering Design. *The 3.5CR version of this course is a pilot for AY24-1 and AY25-1 and will be updated on approval by the General Committee in AY25.*
2025 1
2026 1
2027 1

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EV491 2024-2 ADV ENVIRON ENG DESIGN 3.5
(BS=0.0, ET=3.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This is the second in a sequence of two courses that comprise the environmental engineering integrative experience. In this senior engineering design course, teams of cadets refine and finalize the conceptual designs they produced at the end of EV490 to solve a complex, open- ended environmental engineering problem. Ensuring that the complete design meets specified engineering, social, environmental, and economic criteria, they present the results both orally and in a written report. This course also introduces cadets to the engineering profession, to include engineering ethics and an emphasis on continued study to earn professional certifications. *The 3.5CR version of this course is a pilot for AY24-2 and will be updated on approval by the General Committee in AY25.*
2024 2
2025 2
2026 2
2027 2

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EV498 2020-1 ADV GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYS 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=3.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course examines the analytical methods used in Geographic Information systems (GIS) and provides cadets with a clear understanding of the theoretical/conceptual aspects of algorithms found in GIS software. Lectures focus on the underlying mathematical basis for widely used spatial analytical techniques. Among the topics covered are neighborhood operations, map transformation, spatial interpolation, terrain analysis, network analysis, spatial overlay, fuzzy sets, neural networks, and expert systems. In-class practical exercises and laboratory assignments compliment the lectures by providing hands-on experience with a variety of advanced analytical techniques. The course culminates with a capstone term project that allows cadets to identify a scientific problem, formulate a hypothesis, use GIS to solve the problem, and then present the results of their analysis.
2025 1
2026 1
2027 1

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XS391 2022-2 PRIN & APPL OF ENV CHEM 3.0
(BS=0.5, ET=2.5, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course examines chemical interactions of pollutants in air, soil, and water systems. The focus of the course is problem solving with the following topic coverage: approximately 80% applied aquatic chemistry, 15% environmental organic chemistry, and 5% applied analytical chemistry. Specific topics include the chemistry applied in drinking water production and the chemical aspects of industrial and hazardous waste treatment. The fate of heavy metals and organic contaminants in soil and aqueous systems is also discussed.
2024 2
2025 2
2026 2
2027 2