Course DescriptionThis course provides an applied framework for the designing of environmental analysis, planning of experiments, sampling strategies, and data analysis pertaining to environmental analysis and problems. An overview of analytical methods used to identify contaminants and follow their fate in the environment is also introduced. Topics include data acquisition, data interpretation using probability, analysis of variance, residual analysis, and nonparametric models. Emphasis will be placed both the execution and application of the analysis in a variety for a variety of environmental situations.
- Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) : Electives (select 2)