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Tuesday, February 28, 2017 Environmental Health Engineering (Ph.D)

Table A.   Additional courses of Ph.D degree in Environmental Health Engineering


Code

course

Credits

Hour(s)

Prerequisite

lecture

Lab/field

Sum

01

Environmental Microbiology

2

17

34

51

-

02

Process and Operation in Environmental Health

2

34

-

34

-

03

Industrial Solid Waste

2

34

34

68

-

04

Air Pollution Control

2

34

-

34

-

05

Water conveyance and Distribution Systems

2

17

34

51

-

06

Water Treatment Plant Design

2

34

-

34

02

07

Wastewater Treatment Plant Design

2

34

-

34

02

08

Biostatistics

2

34

-

34

-

09

Methods of Vectors Control

2

34

-

34

-

10

Computer and its Application

2

17

34

51

-

11

Medical Information Systems *

1

9

17

26

-

 

Total

22

 



Based on the department policy and confirmation of post-graduate students’ council, students should take up to 16 credits of additional courses, if they did not complete the courses before.

*if this course is not completed during Master’s degree, it must be earned.

 

Program name: Ph.D. in environmental health Engineering

Duration and structure: This program is based on the curriculum that has been established by high council on medical education planning.

 

Number of courses and credits

Row

course

credit

1

Core courses

14

2

Non-Core courses

12

3

Seminar

1

4

Project:

Project 1: 1 credit

Project 2: 2 credit

 

3

5

Thesis

16

Total

46

 

A-   Core courses

14 credits are core, therefore must be earned by all students. These courses aim to increase scientific knowledge and capabilities of students on all specialties of environmental health engineering.

 

B-   Non-Core courses

Students must take 12 credits of non-core courses.

 

C-   Additional courses

Students must take basic courses (at least 16 credits), if they did not completed the courses previously. These courses should be approved by department and post-graduate students’ council. Ph.D. students should attend B.A. or M.Sc. classes to complete the above mentioned co


Table C. Selective or Non-Core courses for Ph.D degree in Environmental Health Engineering


Code

course

Credits

Hour(s)

Prerequisite

lecture

Lab/field

Sum

19

Air Pollution from Motor Vehicles and its Control

2

34

-

34

 

-

20

Health Effects of Indoor and Outdoor Air Pollution

2

34

-

34

-

21

Air Sampling Methods

2

34

-

34

-

22

Industrial Ventilation

2

34

-

34

-

23

Monitoring Air Pollution

2

34

-

34

-

24

Controlling Hazardous Air Pollutants

2

34

-

34

-

25

Principles of Meteorology

2

34

-

34

-

26

Hydraulic of Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants

2

34

-

34

-

27

Management of unaccounted-for  water

2

34

-

34

-

28

Management of runoff water

2

34

-

34

-

29

Management and Monitoring of  Water Quality

2

34

-

34

-

30

Nonconventional Water supply and conveyance  

2

34

-

34

-

31

Statistical Methods in Analysis of Water Quality

2

34

-

34

-

32

Bioremediation of Water and Soil

2

34

-

34

-

33

Management of Pollutants in Shorelines and Seas

2

34

-

34

-

34

Re-use and Recycling of Water

2

34

-

34

-

35

Natural Wastewater Treatment Systems

2

34

-

34

-

36

Sludge Processing and Treatment

2

34

-

34

-

37

Decentralized Management of Wastewater in Small Communities

2

34

-

34

-

38

Soil Biology and Microbiology

2

34

-

34

-

39

Compost  Technology (process and design)

2

34

-

34

-

40

Leachate Control and Treatment

2

34

-

34

-

41

Solid Waste landfill (process and design)

2

34

-

34

-

42

Hazardous  Waste Management

2

34

-

34

-

43

Soil Pollution

2

34

-

34

-

44

Energy and Waste Recycling

2

34

-

34

-

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Code

Topic

Credits

Hour(s)

Prerequisite

Theory

Applied

Sum

45

Incinerator Technology

2

34

-

34

 

-

46

RadiationProtection anagement

2

34

-

34

-

47

Environment Toxicology

2

34

-

34

-

48

Energy and Environment

2

34

-

34

-

49

Computer Programming and its Applications in Environmental Health

2

17

34

51

-

50

Noise Pollution and its Control

2

34

-

34

-

51

projects Design, Management and asssessment

2

17

34

51

-

52

Economics and Environment

2

34

-

34

-

53

Urbanization  and Environment

2

34

-

34

-

54

Behavior of Pollutants in Environment

2

34

-

34

-

55

Application of Geographic Information Systems in Environment Health

2

17

34

51

-

56

Environmental Management Diseases Control

2

34

-

34

-

57

Environmental Health Impact Assessment of Development plans

2

34

-

34

-

58

RisksAssessment and Management

2

34

-

34

-

59

Environmental Policies, Laws and Regulation

2

34

-

34

-

60

Advanced Statistics

2

34

-

34

-

61

Population and Environment

2

34

-

34

-

62

Analytical Techniqes in Environmental Health

2

34

-

34

-

63

Mathematics and Simulation

2

34

-

34

-

64

Engineering Economics

2

34

-

34

-

65

Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Reactors

2

34

-

34

-

66

Genetic and Environmental Technologies

2

34

-

34

-

 

Students should take 12 credits from above mentioned courses.

 

Table B     Mandatory or core course for PhD Degree in Enviromental Health Engineering

Code

Topic

Credits

Hour(s)

Prerequisite

Theory

Applied

Sum

12

New Technologies in Air Pollution Control

2

34

-

34

-

13

Integrated Solid Waste Management  

2

34

-

34

-

14

Environmental Health Planning and Management

2

34

-

34

-

15

Modeling in Environmental Engineering& Science

2

17

34

51

-

16

Modern Water Treatment Methods ( Process and Design)

2

34

-

34

-

17

Modern Wastewater Treatment ( Process and Design)

2

34

-

34

-

18

Advanced environmental Microbiology

2

34

-

34

-

 

Total

14