Facilities & Resources
Guiding Principles

Groundwater Engineering



The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offer seven groundwater courses including:

CIVE 423 Groundwater Engineering – A survey level class for seniors and graduate students working in related fields.
CIVE 531 Groundwater Hydrology – A graduate level introduction to subsurface hydraulics and groundwater hydrology.
CIVE 580A2 Conjunctive Ground/Surface Water Management – A graduate level course on the integrated optimal management of surface water and ground water.
CIVE 631 Computational Methods in Subsurface Systems – A graduate level introduction to the numerical techniques used for modeling groundwater flow and transport of contaminants in the subsurface.
CIVE 638 Contaminant Transport in Porous Media – An advanced class addressing the fundamentals of contaminant transport in subsurface media.
CIVE 681A1 Systems for Development of Groundwater Resources – An introduction to wells and pumps used to produce groundwater and deliver reagents for subsurface remediation.
CIVE 700 Advanced Groundwater Topic in Heterogeneous Porous Media – An upper level course for Ph.D. and M.S. students addressing the implication of heterogeneous porous media.




Complementary class commonly taken by Groundwater students:

Complimentary Groundwater Classes