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    University of Virginia
  Nov 18, 2017
Undergraduate Record 2006-2007 [ARCHIVED RECORD]

CE 330 - Water for the World

This course examines complex issues associated with providing potable water to the world’s population. Topics include the use of surface and ground water as potable water supplies, the fundamentals of water chemistry, the science and engineering principles used in the design of modern water and wastewater treatment and distribution systems, and the problems associated with providing potable water in economically disadvantaged communities, refugee camps, and developing and underdeveloped countries, including shortages of resources, lack of government support, inadequate institutional structures, and lack of local interest/acceptance. (SI)

Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisites:  CHEM 151 or equivalent, APMA 213 or equivalent, and CE 315.

Credits: 3