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Course Information

CE graduate student course information for Fall 2017 (M.Eng., M.S., Ph.D.)

Potential CE courses

  • CE 410   Sustainable Residential Subdivision Design
  • CE 423   Traffic Operations
  • CE 435   Foundation Engineering
  • CE 436   Construction Engineering Materials
  • CE 441   Structural Design of Foundations
  • CE 462   Open Channel Hydraulics
  • CE 479   Environmental Microbiology for Engineers
  • CE 497-001 Ecological Engineering
  • CE 512   Soil Mechanics II
  • CE 525   Transportation Operations
  • CE 536/GEOSC 536 - Topics in Biogeochemistry (2 cr)
  • CE 538  Earthquake Resistant Design of Buildings
  • CE 539   Approximate Methods of Structural Analysis
  • CE 561   Surface Hydrology
  • CE 570   Environmental Aquatic Chemistry
  • CE 573   Environmental Organic Chemistry 
  • CE 576   Environmental Transport Processes
  • CE 582   Pavement Design and Analysis
  • CE 590   Colloquium (1 cr)
  • CE 591   Environmental Engineering Seminar (1 cr)
  • CE 592   Environmental Engineering & Science Topics (1 cr)
  • CE 597-002 Human Factors         
  • CE 597-005 Nondestructive Testing        
  • CE 597-007 Nonlinear Structural Analysis
  • CE 597-008 Computational Modeling - OpenFoam
  • CE 597-009 Traffic Operations on Highways and Urban Networks
  • CE 597-010  Public Transportation Systems

Potential electives (alphabetical)

  • AE 401  Design of Steel and Wood Structures for Buildings
  • AE 402  Design of Concrete Structures for Buildings
  • AE 404  Building Structural Systems in Steel and Concrete
  • AE 430  Indeterminate Structures
  • BE 464  Bioenergy Systems Engineering
  • BE 467  Design of Stormwater and Erosion Control Facilities
  • BMB 401  General Biochemistry
  • BRS 422  Energy Analysis in Biorenewable Systems
  • CHE 430  Chemical Reaction Engineering
  • CHE 438  Bioprocess Engineering
  • CHE 452  Chemical Process Safety
  • CHEM 402  Chemistry in the Environment
  • CHEM 448  Surface Chemistry
  • CMPSC 431  Database Management Systems
  • CMPSC 461  Programming Language Concepts
  • ECLGY 510  Classical Ecology
  • EGEE 441  Electrochemical Engineering Fundamentals
  • EMCH 461  Finite Elements in Engineering
  • EMCH 471  Engineering Composite Materials
  • EMCH 524A  Mathematical Methods in Engineering
  • EMCH 540  Introduction to Continuum Mechanics
  • EMCH 560  Finite Element Analysis
  • EME 500/ME 560 – Solid Mechanics
  • EME 581  Research and Geostatistics Methods
  • ENVSE 404  Surface and Interfacial Phenomena in Environmental Systems
  • ERM 435  Limnology
  • ERM 447  Stream Restoration
  • GEOSC 405/SOILS 405  Hydropedology
  • GEOSC 409  Geomicrobiology
  • GEOSC 508  Mechanics of Earthquakes and Faulting
  • IE 433  Regression Analysis and Design of Experiments
  • IE 434  Statistical Quality Control
  • IE 505  Linear Programming
  • IE 516  Applied Stochastic Processes
  • MATH 405  Advanced Calculus for Engineers and Scientists I
  • MATH 415/STAT 415  Introduction to Mathematical Statistics
  • MATH 418/STAT 418  Introduction to Probability and Stochastic Processes for Engineering
  • MATH 455  Introduction to Numerical Analysis I
  • MATSE 430  Materials Characterization
  • MATSE 436  Mechanical Properties of Materials
  • ME 461  Finite Elements in Engineering
  • ME 597-001 Academic Writing
  • METEO 454  Introduction to Micrometeorology
  • MICRB 401  Microbial Physiology and Structure
  • MICRB 450  Microbial/Molecular Genetics
  • SOILS 420  Remediation of Contaminated Soils
  • STAT 461  Analysis of Variance
  • STAT 462  Applied Regression Analysis
  • STAT 463  Applied Time Series Analysis
 
 

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