Summer Online Courses
Online courses in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering are structured to give students the same high-quality learning available in the classroom. All of our online courses:
- Give students the flexibility to combine online and on-campus learning to best fit their scholastic needs
- Utilize modern technology and educational methods
- Integrate real-world, project-based learning taught by first-rate faculty working at the top of their fields
Students must have access to the Penn State online course management system and be able to complete other electronic tasks as determined by the course.
There are currently two online courses available to students during the summer 2017 semester:
C E 340 Structural Analysis: This is a 3-credit first course in the analysis of statically determinate and indeterminate civil structures, including trusses, beams, and frames. Computation of support reactions, internal member forces, and deflections; energy methods; influence lines; and introduction to matrix analysis. Instruction consists of textbook reading assignments, video lectures, and pencast examples. Weekly homework sets are to be completed and submitted electronically for evaluation. A scheduled mid-term and a final exam are administered by a proctor at your location. The course begins May 9 and concludes with a final exam on August 8. For more information, contact Dr. J.A. Laman at email@example.com.
C E 341 Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures: This is a 3-credit course covering topics related to the principles of reinforced concrete mechanics, and behavior and design of reinforced concrete members subjected to different types of load with emphasis on ultimate-strength methods and ACI318-14. Topics include: analysis and design of singly-reinforced beams, doubly-reinforced beams, T beams, continuous beams, one way slabs, and reinforced concrete columns. Instruction consists of textbook reading and lecture notes, video lectures, and pencast examples. Weekly homework sets are to be completed and submitted electronically for evaluation. A scheduled mid-term and a final exam are administered by a proctor at your location. The course begins May 9 and concludes July 8. For more information, contact Dr. Hassan El-Chabib at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register for any of these courses, Penn State students should use eLion. Non-Penn State students should contact the Engineering Continuing and Distance Education Office at (814) 865-7643 or via email at email@example.com.