학과과정(교과과정) 정보
NO Classification Course Title Major Double Minor Cred.-Lect.-Exp. Prerequisite
UEE201 Lecture Introduction to Environmental Engineering O O O 3-3-0
UEE202 Lecture Earth and Environmental Sciences O O O 3-3-0
UEE203 Lecture Introduction to Civil Engineering O O O 3-3-0
UEE204 Lecture Introduction to Urban Planning O O O 3-3-0
UEE205 Lecture Introduction to Natural Hazards O O O 3-3-0
UEE490 Lecture Graduate Thesis O 0


학과과정(교과과정) 정보
NO Classification Course Title Major Double Minor Cred.-Lect.-Exp. Prerequisite
UEE206 Lecture Science Humanities O O O 3-3-0
UEE211 Lecture Environmental Chemistry O O O 3-3-0
UEE212 Lecture Water Pollution O O O 3-3-0
UEE213 Lecture Environmental Colloids Science O O O 3-3-0
UEE221 Lecture Air Pollution O O O 3-3-0
UEE222 Lecture Atmosphere and Ocean Sciences O O O 3-3-0
UEE223 Lecture Atmospheric Physics O O O 3-3-0
UEE224 Lecture Atmospheric Chemistry O O O 3-3-0
UEE231 Lecture Mechanics of Materials O O O 3-3-0 UEE203
UEE241 Lecture Geographic Information System O O O 3-3-0
UEE311 Lecture Water Treatment Engineering O O O 3-3-0
UEE312 Lecture Biomass and Bioenergy O O O 3-3-0
UEE313 Lect.-Exp. Aquatic Chemistry Laboratory O O O 3-1-4
UEE314 Lecture Environmental Data Analysis and Practice O O O 3-3-0
UEE321 Lecture Analysis of Pollutant O O O 3-1-4
UEE322 Lecture Introduction to Remote Sensing O O O 3-3-0
UEE323 Lecture Atmospheric Dynamics O O O 3-3-0
UEE324 Lecture Environmental Thermodynamics O O O 3-3-0
UEE331 Lecture Structural Analysis O O O 3-3-0 UEE231
UEE332 Lecture Matrix Structural Analysis O O O 3-3-0
UEE333 Lecture Concrete Structures O O O 3-3-0 UEE231
UEE334 Lecture Properties of Concrete O O O 3-3-0
UEE336 Lecture Soil Mechanics O O O 3-3-0
UEE337 POL Building Collapse and Safety Inspection Techniques O O O 3-3-0
UEE341 Lecture Urban Transportation Planning O O O 3-3-0
UEE342 Lecture Urban Development O O O 3-3-0
UEE351 Lecture Probability Concepts in Engineering O O O 3-3-0
UEE352 Lecture Disaster Management O O O 3-3-0
UEE353 Lecture Numerical Modeling and Analysis O O O 3-3-0
UEE411 Lecture Water and Wastewater Engineering O O O 3-3-0
UEE412 Lecture Environmental Bioprocess O O O 3-3-0
UEE413 Lecture Hydraulics O O O 3-3-0
UEE414 Lecture Water Treatment Modeling: Principles and Practice O O O 3-3-0
UEE421 Lecture Earth Environment Numerical Analysis O O O 3-1-4
UEE422 Lecture Climate Change Engineering O O O 3-3-0
UEE423 Lecture GIS-Based Modeling O O O 3-3-0
UEE424 Lecture Statistics in Earth and Enviroment Sciences O O O 3-3-0
UEE431 Lecture Steel Structures O O O 3-3-0 UEE231
UEE432 Lecture Introduction to Structural Dynamics O O O 3-3-0
UEE433 Lecture Construction Materials O O O 3-3-0 UEE203
UEE434 Lecture Foundation Engineering O O O 3-3-0
UEE441 Lecture Urban Design O O O 3-3-0
UEE452 Lecture Satellite Remote Sensing O O O 3-3-0
UEE491 Lecture Special Topics in Urban and Environmental Engineering Ⅰ O O O 3-3-0
UEE492 Lecture Special Topics in Urban and Environmental Engineering Ⅱ O O O 3-3-0
UEE493 Lecture Special Topics in Urban and Environmental Engineering Ⅲ O O O 3-3-0
UEE494 Lecture Special Topics in Urban and Environmental Engineering Ⅳ O O O 3-3-0
UEE495 Lecture Special Topics in Urban and Environmental Engineering Ⅴ O O O 3-3-0
  • 1Introduction to Environmental Engineering

    For students majoring in “Environmental Engineering”, this course deals with basic concepts of environmental research fields, such as air, water, soil, waste and microbiology.

  • 2Earth and Environmental Sciences

    The aim of this course is to comprehensively understand various environmental problems, such as geophysical and chemical phenomena, on the basis of earth and environmental sciences. Human influences such as urbanization, industrialization and the increased use of fossil energy will be studied as major causes of global warming, environmental pollution, stratospheric ozone depletion and the desertification process. Students are encouraged to participate in the class by group or individual presentation of their own research on selected problems.

  • 3Introduction to Civil Engineering

    This core course introduces the oldest interdisciplinary engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the natural and built environment. The topics covered here include structural engineering and materials, geotechnical engineering, hydraulics and hydrology. In addition, engineering mechanics with emphasis on statics will be discussed.

  • 4Introduction to Urban Planning

    This course is an introduction to the methods and history of urban planning. Students will learn the methods used in various sub-fields of planning and will develop an ability to critically evaluate different techniques and approaches used within these disciplines.

  • 5Introduction to Natural Hazards

    This course provides students with the causes and effects of natural disasters such as typhoon, heavy rainfall, flooding and drought, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tsunami, landslides. In particular, the physical and dynamical aspects of severe and hazardous disasters are examined. Also, some cases studies will be used to investigate human, economic, and environmental consequences of destructive natural hazards.

  • 6Science Humanities

    This course starts from being interested in crisis of our planet from the climate change and with problems in our society. We understand we have been doing our best to solve the issues in scientific and political ways but those seem to come up with something ineffective. Thus, I suggest we discuss in somewhat different ways, including both science and humanities. I would have subtopic of “Science Walden” that we are performing the project, with the problems of our era, including climate chang, inequality, and many others.

  • 7Environmental Chemistry

    The goal of this course is to study basic knowledge of chemistry to identify natural phenomena in air, water and soil systems and to develop students’ ability to apply this knowledge for the remediation of the environment contaminated by toxic chemical compounds.

  • 8Water Pollution

    The reasons for water pollution and the characteristics of water pollutants will be studied. On the basis of this knowledge, the analytical methods for various water pollutants and removal mechanisms will be discussed.

  • 9Environmental Colloids Science

    The environmental colloids Science includes both science and mathematics of colloids in environmental engineering. Colloids range in size from macromolecules to colloidal particles. Colloids move in different patterns, such as diffusion and convection, thus, we try to reveal the colloidal behaviors with both physico-chemical scientific and mathematical ways. Through the course, we are expected to understand those behaviors of various colloids with respect to control ot colloids.

  • 10Air Pollution

    The physico-chemical characteristic of air pollutants, long-range transport, hazardous effects and emission reduction will be studied.

  • 11Atmosphere and Ocean Sciences

    This course is an introduction to the dynamics and phenomenology of Earth’’s atmosphere and ocean circulations. Special emphasis is placed in understanding how energy and momentum transports are effected in the atmosphere and oceans, and how they influence Earth’’s climate.

  • 12Atmospheric Physics

    This course provides students theory and principle of atmospheric radiation, relating to the absorption, reflection, and scattering by the atmospheric compositions. It provides the basic theory of radiative transfer in the atmosphere. In addition, the application of radiative transfer theory will be introduced to the remote sensing observation and climate change studies.

  • 13Atmospheric Chemistry

    The aim of this course is to understand the chemical composition and fate of gases and particulate matters in the atmosphere. This course focuses on various environmental issues such as acid rain, photochemical reactions, ozone depletion, and air pollutants associated with climate change.

  • 14Mechanics of Materials

    This course introduces a branch of engineering mechanics that focuses on the internal effects of stress and strain in a solid body subjected to external loads. It covers critical fundamentals for the strengths of materials and the deformations of solid bodies, which include stress and strain; mechanical properties of materials; various external actions such as axial load, torsion, bending, and shear; stress and strain transformations; and stability problems for axially loaded members.

  • 15Geographic Information System

    This course covers fundamental theoretical knowledge relevant to the development and use of geographic information systems, including data models, spatial representation, and cartographic principles. The course will expose students to a wide-spread GIS software and will provide hands-on practice in database development, data retrieval, and analysis.

  • 16Water Treatment Engineering

    This course will provide comprehensive coverage of water treatment facility design emphasizing coagulation, flocculation, sedimentation, filtration, disinfection, redox reactions and adsorption.

  • 17Biomass and Bioenergy

    This course discusses the potential of (waste) biomass as a renewable source of energy and commodity chemicals for a sustainable future and introduces the principles and applications of different biomass conversion technologies.

  • 18Aquatic Chemistry Laboratory

    This course covers basic principles and laboratory techniques for the analysis of fresh water, contaminated waters and waste waters, with an emphasis on instrumental techniques.

  • 19Environmental Data Analysis and Practice

    This course delivers the basic knowledge on environmental data analysis and provides some practices using MATLAB. This course begins with basic MATLAB techniques to visualize statistical results, including very basic elements of environmental statistics. I welcome anyone who is interested in environmental data analysis.

  • 20Analysis of Pollutant

    In this course, the principle of instrumental analysis for various pollutants from different environmental media will be studied. Furthermore, experimental skills for the analysis of pollutants will be obtained.

  • 21Introduction to Remote Sensing

    This course provides a qualitative and quantitative introduction to the fundamentals of acquiring, analyzing and utilizing remote sensing data in the performance of environmental monitoring and natural resource inventories. This course introduces key applications of remote sensing as well as basic digital image processing techniques (e.g. image enhancement, image classification). The students will use the state-of-the-art software and hardware to examine satellite and airborne remote sensing data.

  • 22Atmospheric Dynamics

    Atmospheric dynamics is the study of large-scale atmospheric motions associated with weather and climate. Atmospheric dynamics is the study of large-scale atmospheric motions associated with weather and climate. A basic assumption for describing such motions is to regard the atmosphere as a continuous fluid medium and apply the fundamental conservation laws of mass, momentum, and thermodynamic energy, which are expressed in terms of partial differential equations over space and time. Solving those differential equations with some systematic simplifications based on observations, the students will obtain physical insights to the role of atmospheric motions in determining the observed weather and climate. The class will cover in depth the Chapters 1-6 of An Introduction to Dynamic Meteorology written by James R. Holton. The presented topics include fundamental and apparent forces, basic conservation laws, circulation and vorticity, atmospheric motion in the presence of friction, and the quasi-geostrophic analysis of large-scale atmospheric motion.

  • 23Environmental Thermodynamics

    This course offers the basic understanding of thermodynamics relating to environmental and atmospheric fields and covers the fundamental laws of thermodynamics, properties of fluids, heat effects, and phase equilibrium.

  • 24Structural Analysis

    This cThis course is intended to provide students with the theory and application of modern structural analysis as it applies to trusses, beams, and frames. Particular emphasis is placed on developing the students’ intuition to understand how structures react with applied loadings and the abilities to model and analyze civil and architectural structures.

  • 25Matrix Structural Analysis

    This course is designed to provides students with fundamental concepts in the methods of matrix structural analysis used in current practice. This covers the formation of global analysis equations, member force-deformation relations, virtual work principles, and introduction to nonlinear analysis.

  • 26Concrete Structures

    This course discusses the material properties, strength, behavior, and design of reinforced and prestressed concrete members subjected to moment, shear, axial, and torsional forces, and also introduces domestic and international design code provisions applying to concrete structures.

  • 27Properties of Concrete

    Concrete is one of the most important building materials. In lectures and labs, the students will learn concrete mixture proportioning and the mechanical behavior of concrete including strength, cracking, creep and shrinkage.

  • 28Soil Mechanics

    This course provides a general introduction to the mechanical properties of soils and geotechnical engineering. Soil properties, identification/ classification, groundwater within soils, and soil’s behavior under applied stress are emphasized. Geotechnical design applications such as earthworks, slope stability, and foundations are also discussed.

  • 29Building Collapse and Safety Inspection Techniques

    The course aims to develop an integrated diagnosis platform for enhancing the safety and assessing the health state of civil infrastructure. Relevant principles of mechanics of materials, structural dynamics, finite element method (FEM), and chemistry in concrete will be covered. Integrated with the principal methods used for non-destructive evaluation (NDE) and structural health monitoring (SHM) of structural components, data acquisition, early-stage damage evaluation, digital signal processing, life-cycles assessment will be addressed. Laboratory demonstrations will be given on each topic. The topic is extremely relevant to solving the current issues in civil engineering, particularly maintaining in-service structures in a smart way and to understanding the aspects of future urban infrastructure. It will also help students broaden their horizons in civil engineering.

  • 30Urban Transportation Planning

    This course discusses fundamental characteristics of the urban transportation system as a component of urban structure, methodologies for the analysis of transportation problems, planning urban transportation, and the transportation planning process.

  • 31Urban Development

    This course introduces fundamental concepts and theories applied to local economic development including growth, trade, product-cycle, flexible specialization, and entrepreneurship theories.

  • 32Probability Concepts in Engineering

    The aim of this course is to identify and model non-deterministic engineering problems using probability theories. This course focuses on the introduction of stochastic concepts and simulation models, and their applications to real decision-making problems in various engineering disciplines including civil engineering.

  • 33Disaster Management

    The goal of the course is to provide understanding of the general principles of management and their specific applications in the field of disaster management. The objective is to identify and examine the essential and fundamental elements of disaster mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery within an inclusive management policy framework.

  • 34Numerical Modeling and Analysis

    This course introduces the basics concept of numerical modeling and provides students with numerical methods. In addition, students have experience of numerical modeling and analysis in MATLAB.

  • 35Water and Wastewater Engineering

    This course covers fundamental hydraulics related with pipe flows and the design of water and wastewater systems by estimating demand capacity and the optimal operations of the systems.

  • 36Environmental Bioprocess

    This course examines biological wastewater processes used to remove organic materials and nutrients from various wastewater. Sorption of pollutants using microorganisms and plants, aerobic and anaerobic degradation of organic contaminants, sludge treatment and the production of biofuels will be studied.

  • 37Hydraulics

    This course provides the principles and fundamental theories related to the mechanical properties of liquids based on fluid mechanics. It focuses on various engineering applications of fluids and their properties.

  • 38Water Treatment Modeling: Principles and Practice

    This course delivers the basic principles on chemical and biological water treatments with its modeling practices. In this class, we will be using the modeling software (Comsol Multiphysics) to simulate water flow and the fate and transport of pollutants in a water treatment facility.

  • 39Earth Environment Numerical Analysis

    The goals of this course are to provide a working knowledge of the basic methods of objective analysis of meteorological, oceanographic, and related data. The topics concentrate on techniques for extracting information from data directly, such as compositing, time series analysis, singular value decomposition, principal component analysis, and filtering. Both theories and application skills via a computer program such as Matlab, Fortran, Grads will be covered.

  • 40Climate Change Engineering

    This course covers diverse topics on the causes, effects, and mitigation methods of global warming. For this purpose, we will focus on recent technologies for carbon dioxide capture and storage, clean use of fossil fuels, and new and renewable energies.

  • 41GIS 기반 모델링

    The purpose of the course is to present geographical, temporal, environmental modeling concepts using GIS-based modeling languages and techniques. Practical laboratory experience with state-of-the-art software and hardware will be used. At the conclusion of this course, students will be able to make informed decisions about the transformation of conceptual models to mathematical models using GIS components. This course includes various modeling concepts and techniques such as spatial interpolation, suitability/capability modeling, terrain form modeling, hydrologic modeling, diffusion modeling, calibration modeling, accessibility modeling, optimization modeling, and rainfall-runoff modeling.

  • 42Statistics in Earth and Enviroment Sciences

    Earth and Environmental Sciences often deal with huge data collected from observations and model simulations. A careful application of statistical methods to the data leads to comprehensive descriptions of geophysical phenomena or processes, validations of existing theories, and new findings of nature. This course is aimed for junior and senior students who completed the basics of statistics. The course will review the basics of statistics first, and cover the various statistical methods frequently used in the modern research, such as the regression, time series analysis, and the principal component analysis.

  • 43Steel Structures

    This course introduces the design of steel structures and the behavior of steel members and their connections, when subjected to axial load, bending, shear, torsion, and combined loads. Theoretical, experimental, and practical principles for proportioning members (e.g., beams, girders, columns) and their connections (bolted, welded) are discussed. Emphasis is given to the design of plate girders, composite beams, slender columns, and eccentric shear connections.

  • 44Introduction to Structural Dynamics

    This introductory course is designed to provide students with fundamental concepts in structural dynamics and its application to civil engineering. The students gain a basic understanding of vibration characteristics of single and multi degree-of-freedom systems. This course includes hands-on experiments for students to better understand theories of structural dynamics in physical systems.

  • 45Construction Materials

    The selection of proper construction materials is essential to build sustainable and resilient infrastructures. This course is designed to provide integrated knowledge of the properties of construction materials with emphasis on two major construction materials (i.e., steel and concrete) covering from elastic, plastic and fracture properties to porosity and thermal and environmental responses.

  • 46Foundation Engineering

    This course presents analysis, design, and constructive aspects of shallow and deep foundations for complex or unusual soil conditions, and earth retaining structures including retaining walls, and sheet pile bulkheads. The main objective of this course is to enable students to select the best foundation solution for different types of civil engineering problems. After completing the course, students are able to design deep and shallow foundations.

  • 47Urban Design

    Introduction of fundamental urban design theory and practice will be offered in this course. Students are expected to critically look at built environment and how architecture defines and delimits physical space, and to study local and historical examples of urban design.

  • 48Satellite Remote Sensing

    This course deals with the basic principle of remote sensing and its applications for environmental science and engineering. Among remote sensing methods, satellite remote sensing will be focused.

  • 49Graduate Thesis

    All UEE students must conduct research on a topic related to urban and environmental engineering, and submit a thesis under the supervision of advisors as partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Urban and Environmental Engineering.

  • 50Special Topics in Urban and Environmental Engineering Ⅰ

    This course introduces new research topics in Urban and Environmental Engineering

  • 51Special Topics in Urban and Environmental Engineering Ⅱ

    This course introduces new research topics in Urban and Environmental Engineering

  • 52Special Topics in Urban and Environmental Engineering Ⅲ

    This course introduces new research topics in Urban and Environmental Engineering

  • 53Special Topics in Urban and Environmental Engineering Ⅳ

    This course introduces new research topics in Urban and Environmental Engineering

  • 54Special Topics in Urban and Environmental Engineering Ⅴ

    This course introduces new research topics in Urban and Environmental Engineering

학과과정 졸업요건(이수학점) 정보
Category Credits Remarks Subtotal
Basic Required 17 Calculus 1(3), General Physics I(3), General Chemistry I(3), General Biology(3), AIP1(3), General Chemistry Lab I(1), General Physics Lab I(1) At least 30 Credits
Elective 13 1) “What you may (not) want to know about cities and environment” is included in the fundamental elective, but not included in the requirement for graduation
2) All the other fundamental elective courses will be accepted in UEE
Major Required 15 Refer to Required course list below At least 54 Credits
Elective 39 Refer to Elective course list below
Internship 3 Internship (Choose one among Research, Industrial, Venture Creation, Co-op) 3 Credits
Free Elective 13 All courses acceptable At least 13 credits