ES 303 Environment and Energy Systems Engineering
This course focuses on a systems approach to analysis of current challenges related to environment and energy. The interconnectedness of energy, water, food, ecology, and infrastructure systems are emphasized within the context of sustainable resource use. Students will apply methods developed in ES 103 and ES 201 as well as green engineering principles and life cycle analysis. [W]
or CE 321
or CHEM 252
or permission of instructor. Students who have not taken ES 201
will complete a short primer / tutorial on systems modeling and MATLAB at the start of the semester.