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ENVE 4310. Water Resources Engineering. 3 Credit Hours (Lecture: 3 Hours, Lab: 0 Hours).

Fundamentals of hydraulics applicable to open channel flow, natural streams and waterways; irrigation flow characteristics; hydrologic analysis; fluid measurement methods; introduction to hydraulic models including HEC-RAS; and economic aspects of water resources. Prerequisite: ENVE 2310, ENVE 3400.

College of Liberal & Fine Arts

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...the Middle East POLS 4310 [ WI ] International Environmental...COMM 3305 Environmental Communication ENVE 4330 [ WI ] Texas...

Social Sciences

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...3343 Advanced C# Programming ENVE 4340 Advanced GIS...WI ] Environmental Politics POLS 4310 [ WI ] International Environmental...

Engineering and Computer Science

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...Mechanics 3 ENVE 3400 Fluid Mechanics 4 ENVE 3310 Engineering Hydrology 3 ENVE 4310 Water...

Mathematics

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...4 ENVE 3401 Environmental Systems Modeling 4 ENVE 3310 Engineering Hydrology 3 ENVE 4310 Water...

Wildlife, Sustainability and Ecosystem Sciences

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...following: 3 ENVS 4088 Undergraduate Research ENVS 4084...WI ] Environmental Politics POLS 4310 [ WI ] International Environmental...

Agricultural and Consumer Sciences

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...Leadership in Agriculture AGSD 4310 Leadership Development 3...ANSC, AGSD, HORT, WSES, ENVS, VETE, AGEC, ENTO...