Contaminated Site Remediation

The Civil and Environmental Engineering Department offers a 12-credit certificate program in Contaminated Site Remediation. The courses provide the necessary knowledge at an advanced level to engage in the design of contaminated site investigation, remediation and redevelopment. Students learn to use appropriate tools for the planning of subsurface investigations and design waste containment systems, and to apply fundamental physical, chemical and biological principles of soil and groundwater treatment methods in the context of the appropriate regulatory framework.

Required Courses: ENVE 5210, 5252, and 5530; one elective course: ENGR 5312, 5314; ENVE 5240, 5310, 5311, 5320, 5370, 5821, or 5830.

This certificate is offered by the School of Engineering.