Dual Enrollment Course

Dual Enrollment Course for APS Students

During the spring semesters, the Center for Water and the Environment, in conjunction with the Department of the School of Engineering, offers a course that introduces students to concepts regarding water use and sustainability as well as water resource and environmental engineering. The class is currently offered on the UNM main campus to ACE and Tech Leadership students.

Details below are for the Spring 2019 semester:

Course Title:  ENG 195-001, Intro to Water Resources

Course Description

Do you know where your water comes from? Are you interested in learning more about how water interacts with our natural and built environment? In this dual-credit course, we focus on identifying exploring water quantity and water quality issues in our environments. The purpose of this course is to introduce students to water resources and sustainability concepts and to how scientists and engineers tackle these challenging problems. Students will:

  • Learn about the hydrologic cycle
  • Discover how water affects every aspect of our lives
  • Use algebra to solve basic water quantity and quality problems
  • Learn about the theory, tools and techniques used by water resources and environmental engineers
  • Visit working laboratories at UNM Civil, Construction & Environmental Engineering Department
  • Explore existing water resources facilities in our city
  • Get hands-on experience with flow and water quality laboratories' exercises

Course Prerequisites: Successful completion of Algebra I plus high school level Physics, Chemistry or Environmental Science

CE 160 flyerFor more information, consult these resources:                                                                                       

Katelin Fisher (katefish@unm.edu), Center for Water and the Environment

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