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MSc Environmental Engineering Course aims and information Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Imperial MSc Environmental Engineering Course aims and information Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Imperial College London Page 1 © Imperial College London

Aims of the Environmental Engineering MSc at Imperial College: ▪ To provide advanced training Aims of the Environmental Engineering MSc at Imperial College: ▪ To provide advanced training for engineers and scientists in Environmental Engineering; ▪ To produce highly employable MSc graduates; ▪ To provide a challenging, interesting and motivating course; ▪ To attract high quality students; ▪ To be regarded as a leading Environmental Engineering MSc with an international reputation for producing quality MSc graduates. Page 2 © Imperial College London

Course history and development: 1950: Originally the course was the MSc in Public Health Course history and development: 1950: Originally the course was the MSc in Public Health Engineering (run association with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) 1960 s: Close links form with MSc in Engineering Hydrology at Imperial 1980 s: Greater emphasis on waste management and air pollution 1989: MSc Public Health Engineering becomes MSc Environmental Engineering 2003: Options in Sustainable Development and Business Management added Now Offer: Page 3 MSc Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Development MSc Environmental Engineering and Business Management © Imperial College London

Students on the Environmental Engineering MSc course The course typically has 20 -30 students Students on the Environmental Engineering MSc course The course typically has 20 -30 students each year In the last 5 years these have come from the following countries: Greece UK Portugal Cyprus Canada West Indies Spain Turkey Poland Japan Pakistan Somalia Zimbabwe Taiwan Ghana Cameroon Indonesia China Nigeria Malaysia Ireland India France Uganda Hong Kong Thailand Mauritius Colombia Singapore Iran Botswana Palestine Venezuela The MSc therefore provides the opportunity to study with students from a wide range of countries Page 4 © Imperial College London

MSc Course Delivery: ▪ Two terms of taught/lectured material and coursework October – December MSc Course Delivery: ▪ Two terms of taught/lectured material and coursework October – December January – April ▪ Teaching concentrated on 3 days per week ▪ Examination (end of April) ▪ MSc Project from May to September ▪ Part-time options available Page 5 © Imperial College London

Autumn Term modules: Microbiology for Environmental Engineering Mathematics and Statistics Hydroinformatics Chemistry for Environmental Autumn Term modules: Microbiology for Environmental Engineering Mathematics and Statistics Hydroinformatics Chemistry for Environmental Engineering Environmental Fluid Mechanics Urban Hydrology and Urban Drainage Landfill Engineering and Environmental Analysis or Sustainable Development or Business Management Plus associated coursework Page 6 © Imperial College London

Spring Term modules: Water Supply and Distribution Water, Waste and Health in Developing Countries Spring Term modules: Water Supply and Distribution Water, Waste and Health in Developing Countries Contaminated Land Groundwater Solid Waste Management Air Pollution Control Water and Wastewater Treatment Advanced Water and Wastewater Treatment and Design Project or Sustainable Development or Business Management Plus associated coursework and study tour Page 7 © Imperial College London

STUDY TOUR This takes place during the final week of the Spring term Page STUDY TOUR This takes place during the final week of the Spring term Page 8 © Imperial College London

May - September: Major Research Project (4 months full-time study): Examples of recent project May - September: Major Research Project (4 months full-time study): Examples of recent project titles: ▪ Life cycle analysis of wastewater treatment technologies ▪ Assessment of water efficiency in large buildings ▪ Beneficial reuse of fine particulate material generated by waste recycling ▪ Improving healthcare waste management in a major London hospital ▪ In-sewer processes – wastewater transformations and the fate of bromates ▪ Removal of endocrine disruptor compounds in wastewater treatment ▪ Development of a waste management plan for Cyprus Students need to pass all three components (exams, coursework and project) to be awarded the MSc Page 9 © Imperial College London

Student feedback: • Always very positive • First term concentrates on background information and Student feedback: • Always very positive • First term concentrates on background information and theory • Second term content is more applied • Study tour very useful and enjoyable! • Examinations are demanding • Not an easy course, but it is very worthwhile and enjoyable Page 10 © Imperial College London

Key Academic Staff: Professor Nigel Graham Professor Sue Grimes Professor Howard Wheater Professor Cedo Key Academic Staff: Professor Nigel Graham Professor Sue Grimes Professor Howard Wheater Professor Cedo Maksimovic Dr Chris Cheeseman Dr Stephen Smith Dr Geoff Fowler Dr Adrian Butler Dr Christian Onof Dr Neil Mc. Intyre Dr Michael Templeton Key Support Staff: Ms Judith Barrett and Ms Angela Frederick Page 11 © Imperial College London