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2015-2016 General Catalog 
    
2015-2016 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Civil Engineering Construction

  
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    CCE 4014 Construction Cost Estimating (3)


    Prerequisite: CCE 3101 ; EGN 3613 . Corequisite: CCE 4004  Construction Contracts, Organization And Cost Accounting Systems; Preliminary Cost Estimation And Cost Indices; Estimating Material, Labor And Equipment Costs; Construction Bidding Practices And Bid Proposals; And Project Budgeting And Cost Systems.

  
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    CCE 4031 Construction Planning And Scheduling (3)


    Prerequisite: CCE 4004 . Planning, Basic Arrow Diagramming, Basic Precedence Diagramming, Establishing Activity Duration, Scheduling Computations, Bar Charts, Project Controls, Overlapping Networks, Resource Leveling And Program Evaluation Review Technique (pert).

  
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    CCE 5035 Construction Planning And Scheduling (3)


    Prerequisite: CCE 4004 . Planning Basic Arrow Diagraming, Basic Precedence Diagraming, Establishing Activity Duration, Scheduling Computations, Bar Charts, Project Controls, Overlapping Networks, Resource Leveling And Program Evaluation Review Technique (pert).

  
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    CCE 5036 Project Controls In Construction (3)


    Prerequisite: EGN 3443 , CCE 4004 . Construction Cost Estimating, Work Breakdown Structure, And Cost Control; Critical Path Method (cpm) Scheduling, Resource-constrained Scheduling, And Integral Scheduling - Cost Control; Probabilistic Scheduling Techniques, And Linear Scheduling Techniques; Contract Specifications, And Contract Claims (schedule Impact) Analysis.

  
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    CCE 5212 Sustain & Green Construction


    This Course Provides A Comprehensive Overview Of The Basic Principle Of Sustainability And Green Construction . The Course Provides Detailed Background About The Green Building (leed) Certification, As Well As, Energy Calculations And Cost Benefit Analysis

  
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    CCE 5510 Computer Appl In Construction


    This Course Provides An Overview And Application Of Computer Software For Construction Engineering And Management. The Course Emphasizes The Practical Application Of Basic And Advanced Computer Software For Construction Project Management


Civil Engineering Environmental

  
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    ENV 4001 Environmental Engineering (3)


    Prerequisite: EES 3040 , EES 3040L . Corequisite: CWR 4202  Design Of Water And Wastewater Treatment Plants, Wastewater Collection Systems; Air And Water Pollution Control; Solid Waste Management; Contemporary Environmental Issues.

  
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    ENV 4001L Environmentl Eng Lab


  
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    ENV 4022 Remediation Engineer


  
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    ENV 4031 App Envir Eng Microbiology


    This Course Focus On Microbial Application In Environmental Engineering. Major Topics Include Basics Of Microbiology, Stoichiometry And Bacterial Energetics, Microbial Kinetics, Nitrification And Denitrification, Phosphorus Removal, Anaerobic Processes, Detoxification Of Hazardous Chemicals, And Bioremediation. This Course Is Designed To Prepare Students For Professional Positions In Environmental Engineering And Continued Learning For Their Career Goals

  
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    ENV 4041 Environmental Systems Analysis (3)


    Prerequisite: EES 3040 , EES 3040L ; MAC 2311 . Systems Analysis Techniques Applied To The Solution Of Environmental Problems, With Particular Emphasis On Linear And Dynamic Programming.

  
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    ENV 4053 Chemical Fate and Transport in the Environment (3)


    Prerequisite: CWR 3201  Or Equivalent; EES 3040 . Study Of The Processes Of Pollutant Transformation And Their Transport Between Air, Water And Soil Or Sediments. Use And Development Of Predictive Mathematical Models For The Remediation Of Existing Contaminated Sites Or Prevention Of Future Contamination From New Sources.

  
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    ENV 4330 Hazard Waste Mgmt


  
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    ENV 4341 Solid and Hazardous Waste Engineering (3)


    Prerequisite: EES 3040 . Definitions And Characteristics Of Solid And Hazardous Wastes. History, Growth And Magnitude Of The Problem. Legislative, Regulatory, And Technical Aspects Of Waste Generation And Management. Design Of Waste Minimization And Recycling Programs, Collection And Transfer Systems, Waste Transformation, Landfill And Resource Recovery Systems.

  
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    ENV 4351 Solid Waste Mgmt


  
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    ENV 4405 Water Reuse Engineering (3)


    Prerequisite: CHM 1045 ; EES 3040 . Corequisite: EES 2205c Sources Of Water For Reuse, Treatment Processes And Systems, Monitoring And Control Instrumentation, Health And Social Aspects Of Wastewater Reclamation/water Reuse, Design Of Facilities/systems.

  
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    ENV 4417 Appl Envir Engineer Chemistry


    This Course Covers Applications Of Fundamental Principles From General, Organic And Biological Chemistry To Major Environmental Processes

  
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    ENV 4500 Environmental Unit Processes and Operations (3)


    Prerequisite: ENV 4001 . Corequisite: CWR 4202  The Operational And Design Features Of The Physical, Chemical, Thermal, And Biological Treatments Used In Engineering For The Management Of Environmental Pollution.

  
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    ENV 4561 Design of Water Quality Management Facilities (3)


    Prerequisite: CWR 4202 ; EGN 2210 ; EES 3040 ; EES 3040L . Analysis Of Operations, Processes, And Systems Used In The Design Of Facilities For Improving And Maintaining Water Quality. Design Of Natural Systems For Wastewater Treatment.

  
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    ENV 4611 Environmental Impact Analysis (3)


    Corequisite: EES 3040 , EES 3040L  Analysis Of Various Measures Of Environmental Quality. Impact Of Human Activity On Water, Land, And Air Resources. Benefit-cost Analysis In Environmental Impact Assessment.

  
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    ENV 4891 Sr Environ Eng Dsg E


  
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    ENV 5028 Remediation Engineer


  
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    ENV 5030 Environmental Microbiology


    This Course Is Focused On Microbial Applications In Environmental Engineering. Major Topics Include Basic Of Microbiology, Stoichiometry And Bacterial Energetics, Microbial Kinetics, Nitrification And Denitrification, Phosphorus Removal , Anaerobic Processes, Detoxification Of Hazardous Chemicals And Bioremediation. This Course Is Designed To Prepare Students For Professional Positions In Environmental Engineering And Continued Learning For Their Career Goals

  
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    ENV 5045 Environmental Systems Analysis (3)


    Prerequisite: ENV 4001 , ENV 4001L . Systems Analysis Techniques Applied To The Solution Of Environmental Problems, With Particular Emphasis On Linear And Dynamic Programming.

  
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    ENV 5055 Chemical Fate and Transport in the Environment (3)


    Prerequisite: CWR 3201 , EES 3040 , Or Equivalent. Study Of The Processes Of Pollutant Chemicals Transformation In And Transport Between Air, Water, And Soil Or Sediments. Use And Development Of Predictive Mathematical Models For The Remediation Of Existing Contaminated Sites Or Prevention Of Future Contamination From New Sources.

  
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    ENV 5105 Air Quality Management (3)


    Prerequisite: ENV 4001 . Analytical Concepts For Determination Of Sources, Amounts, And Transport Of Air Pollutants; Health And Environmental Effects; Design Of Control Devices And Management Programs.

  
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    ENV 5335 Hazardous Waste Management (3)


    Prerequisite: ENV 4341 . Solid And Hazardous Waste Engineering. Legal And Operational Definitions, Characteristics, Amounts Of Hazardous Wastes. Regulatory Technical Aspects Of Hazardous Waste Generation, Transportation, Processing And Disposal. Ethical, Public Policy, Scientific, Engineering, And Technological Issues Relative To The Production, Movement, And Control Of Hazardous Wastes. Philosophy And Procedures For The Studies Of Contemporary Hazardous Waste Issues And Problems.

  
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    ENV 5356 Solid Waste Engineering (3)


    Prerequisite: ENV 4001 , ENV 4001L , Solid And Hazardous Waste Engineering. Source Of Solid Waste, Collection And Transport, And Means Of Disposal, Effects Of Landfills On Groundwater, Requirements Of Federal And State Legislation For Solid Waste Management.

  
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    ENV 5407 Water Reuse Engineering (3)


    Course Covers Wastewater Reclamation And Reuse; Treatment Processor And Systems; Monitoring And Control Instrumentation; Health And Social Aspects; Design Of Facilities And Systems.

  
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    ENV 5419 Appl Envir Eng Chmemistry


    This Course Covers Applications Of Fundamentals Principles From General, Organic, And Biological Chemistry To Major Environmental Processes

  
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    ENV 5504 Environmental Engineering Processes and Operations (3)


    Prerequisite: ENV 4001  Or Consent Of Instructor. Operational And Design Features Of The Physical, Chemical, Thermal, And Biological Treatments Used In Engineering For The Management Of Solid And Hazardous Wastes.

  
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    ENV 5565 Design of Water Quality Management Facilities (3)


    Prerequisite: CWR 4202 , CWR 3201 , CWR 3201L , EES 3040 , EES 3040L . Analysis Of Operations, Processes, And Systems Used In The Design Of Facilities For Maintaining Water Supply Quality, Wastewater Control, And Aquatic Pollution Control. Design Of Wastewater Collection Systems, Water And Wastewater Treatment Plants, And Systems For Disposal For Residuals From Such Facilities.

  
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    ENV 5615 Environmental Impact Analysis (3)


    Prerequisite: ENV 4001 , ENV 4001L . Analysis Of Various Measures Of Environmental Quality; Impacts On Different Types Of Resources; And Benefit-cost In Environment Impact Assessment.

  
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    ENV 5617 Environ Eng Sustainability


    This Course Will Explore Theory And Application Of Sustainability Is The Field Of Environmental And Green Engineering; Material Will Cover Sustainable Technologies, Engineering Environmentally Conscious Systems, Life Cycle Analysis, And Environmental Sustainability In Relation To Other Disciplines.


Civil Engineering Geotechnical

  
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    CEG 2202 Site Investigation (3).


    Mac 1113, CCE 3101 . Methods And Procedures Of Surface Mapping And Subsurface Sectioning Including Distance Measurements, Traverse Computations And Topographic Mapping, Photogrammetry, Data Collection, Landform And Terrain Analysis, Field Instrumentation, And Characterization Of Geologic Materials. Use Of Field Equipment And Procedures To Measure Angles And Distance, Photo Interpretation, And Geological Materials Characterization.

  
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    CEG 2202L Site Investigation-l


  
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    CEG 3011 Soil Mechanics (3).


    Prerequisite: Eng 3331; CEG 2202 , CEG 2202L . Study Of The Properties Of Soils And Their Behavior Under Stress And Strain Under Idealized Conditions. Deviations From Idealized Conditions Are Discussed.

  
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    CEG 3011L Soil Mechanics Lab


  
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    CEG 4111 Foundation Engineering (3).


    Prerequisite: CEG 4801 . Design Of Spread Footings, Pile And Caisson Foundations, Retaining Structures, And Waterfront Structures. Investigation Of Slope Stability. Choice Between Alternative Designs.

  
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    CEG 4202 Comp Architecture


  
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    CEG 4701 Environmental Geotechnics (3).


    Prerequisite: CEG 3011 . The Geotechnical Aspects Of Waste Containment And Storage. Aspects Of Design, Construction, And Performance Of Earthen Structures For Storing Or Disposing Waste Or Remediating Contaminated Sites.

  
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    CEG 4801 Geotechnical Design (3).


    Prerequisite: CEG 2202 , CEG 3011 ; CES 3100 . Design Of Different Geotechnical Structures Including Shallow And Deep Foundations, Slopes And Embankments, Rigid And Flexible Pavement, Earth Retaining Structures And Excavations, Drainage And Watering Facilities, And Earthwork With Geosynthetics.

  
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    CEG 5015 Advanced Soil Mechanics (4)


    Prerequisite: CEG 3011 , Mechanical Behavior, Internal Stresses And Stability; Analysis Of NoncohesIVe Soils, Compressibility, Consolidation, And Settlement Of CohesIVe Soils, Analytical Techniques For Prediction Of Earth Movement.

  
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    CEG 5065 Soil Dynamics (3)


    Prerequisite: CEG 3011 , Study Of Soil Behavior Under Different Types Of Loading Conditions; Propagation Of Stress Waves In Elastic Media, Determination Of Dynamic Soil Properties, Soil Liquification And Liquification Potential; And Analyzing Foundation Systems Subjected To Dynamic Loads.

  
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    CEG 5115 Foundation Engineering (3)


    Prerequisite: Ces 3101 And CEG 3011 . Design Of Spread Footings, Pile And Caisson Foundations, Retraining Structures An Waterfront Structures. Investigations Of Slope Stability. Choice Between Alternative Designs.

  
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    CEG 5115DL Foundation Engineering (3)


    Prerequisite: Ces 3101 And CEG 3011 . Design Of Spread Footings, Pile And Caisson Foundations, Retraining Structures A Waterfront Structures. Investigations Of Slope Stability. Choice Between Alternative Designs

  
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    CEG 5127 Highway Pavement Design (3)


    Prerequisite: CES 3731 , CES 3811 . Analysis Of Materials Used For Highway Pavements, Design Of Rigid And Flexible Pavements And Sub-bases For Highways; Geotechnical Considerations.

  
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    CEG 5705 Environmental Geotechnics (3)


    Prerequisite: CEG 3011 . The Geotechnical Aspects Of Waste Containment And Storage. Aspects Of Design, Construction, And Performance Of Earthen Structures For Storing Or Disposing Waste Or Remediating Contaminated Sites.


Civil Engineering General

  
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    CGN T999 Cgn Transfer Course


  
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    CGN 2327L Civil Eng. Graphics Lab


    This Is A Lab Section That Follows The Computer Graphic For Engineers General Course. It Provides A Hands -on Experience In Utilizing The Latest Version Of Autocad And Micro-station Commands And Apply Them To Produce 2- And 3- Dimensional Technical Drawings Typical For The Design Projects In Civil And Environmental Engineering

  
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    CGN 3508L Civil Engineer Material - Lab


    A Study Of The Principal Construction Materials Used In Civil Engineering Practices With Special Attention On Measuring Mechanical Properties And Their Importance To The Engineer. Hands On Experience In Conducting Tests On Soils, Concrete, Timber And Steel Materials And Interpreting Test Results.

  
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    CGN 3949 Cooperative Work Experience (0).


    (s/u Grade Only.) Field Work In An Approved Civil Engineering Agency Program For Integration Of Theory And Professional Practice.

  
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    CGN 4800 Pre-sr Desg Prof Iss


  
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    CGN 4802 Senior Design Project (3).


    A Capstone Senior Level Design Course Integrating The Knowledge Gained In Undergraduate Studies. Completion Of A Team-based Design Project Covering Several Sub-disciplines In Civil Or Environmental Engineering. Industry Participation.

  
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    CGN 4930 Special Topics (1 - 3).


    Topics In Civil And Environmental Engineering With An Emphasis On Recent Developments. Topics And Credit May Vary. May Be Repeated To A Maximum Of 12 Semester Hours.

  
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    CGN 5310 Engineering Data Systems


    Conceptual Data Modeling. Application And Use Of Relational Database Management Systems And Geographical Information Systems. Introduction To Modern Computational Tools ( Genetric Algorithms,neural Networks,etc.). Completion Of Individual Projections Applying Course Knowledge To Sub-disciplines Within Civil Engineering Program, According To Student Interest

  
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    CGN 5315 Probabilistic Design In Civil Engineering (3)


    Prerequisite: Consent Of Instructor, Sta 4152 Or EquIValent. Review Of Traditional Civil Engineering Design Methodology; Identify Uncertainties, Construct Probability Models Of Random Design Parameters; Incorporate Uncertainty Into The Design Of Selected Civil Engineering Systems.

  
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    CGN 5825 Site Development


    A Practice-oriented Land Development Design Course Integrating Geometric Layout, Earthwork Grading, Storm Water Management, Potable Water Distribution Waste-water Collection , Regulatory Compliance And Financial Considerations

  
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    CGN 5905 Directed Individual Study (1-6)


    (s/u Grade Only) May Be Repeated To A Maximum Of Six (6) Semester Hours When Topics Change.

  
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    CGN 5910 Supervised Research.


    (s/u Grade Only) May be Repeated To A Maximum Of Six (6) Semester Hours And A Maximum Of (3) Semester Hours May Be Applied To The Master’s Degree.

  
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    CGN 5930 Special Topics In Civil Engineering (1-6)


    Special Topics In Civil Engineering With Emphasis On Recent Developments. Contents And Credits Will Vary. May Be Repeated For A Maximum Of Six (6) Credit Hours. Consult Instructor.

  
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    CGN 5931 Special Topics. (1-6).


    Special Topics In Civil Engineering With Emphasis On Recent Developments. May Be Repeated To A Maximum Of Six (6) Semester Hours. Consult Instructor

  
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    CGN 5935 Civil Engin. Seminar


    Prerequisite: Graduate Student Status. (s/u Grade Only) Graduate Students Are Expected To Enroll In The Course Every Semester They Are Enrolled At Famu Or FSU. The Students Should Attend At Least 75% Of The Seminars Offered Each Semester To Obtain A Satisfactory Grade.

  
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    CGN 5936 Civil Eng Seminar


  
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    CGN 5960 Meng Comprehensive Exam


    All Masters Of Engineering Students Must Enroll In The Course The Semester The Intend To Graduate

  
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    CGN 5971 Master’s Thesis (3-6)


    (s/u Grade Only) A Thesis Representing Six (6) Credits Of Academic Work Is A Requirement For The Master’s Degree In Civil Engineering. This Course Provide A Means Of Registering For Thesis Work And Recording Progress Toward Completion. Three (3) To Six (6) Credits Per Semester. A Maximum Of Six (6) Credits May Be Applied Toward Master’s Degree.

  
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    CGN 5974 Master’s Project (3)


    (s/u Grade Only) A Master’s Project Representing Three (3) Semester Hours Of Academic Work Is A Requirement For The M.s. Degree With The Non-thesis Option In Civil Engineering. This Course Provides A Means Of Registering For Master’s Project Work. May Be Repeated Twice; Will Focus On Research, Design, Or Evaluation Of A Relevant Civil Engineering Problem.

  
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    CGN 6942 Supervised Teaching (3).


    Prerequisite: Doctoral Candidacy. S/u Grade Only. Students Get Credit For Teaching An Undergraduate Course Under Supervision Of Graduate Faculty.

  
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    CGN 6972 Master’s Thesis Defense (0).


    Prerequisite: CGN 5971 . (s/u Grade Only) Required Of Students Enrolled In The Master’s Thesis Option. Students Must Register In The Semester They Plan To Defend Their Thesis.

  
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    CGN 6980 Dissertation (1-24)


    Prerequisite: Doctoral Candidate Status. (s/u Grade Only) A Dissertation Representing Twenty-four (24) Hours Of Academic Work Is A Requirement For The Ph.d. Degree In Civil Engineering. The Course Provides A Means Of Registering For Dissertation Credit And Recording Progress Towards Completion. May Be Repeated As Often As Approved By The Supervisory Committee. A Maximum Of Twenty-four (24) Semester Hours May Be Applied Towards The Ph.d. Degree.

  
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    CGN 8985 Dissertation Defense (0)


    Prerequisite: Doctoral Candidate Status. (s/u Grade Only) Must Be Included In The Final Semester Schedule For All Doctoral Students. May Be Repeated Once.

  
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    CGN 8988 Doctoral Preliminary Exam (0)


    Prerequisite: All Doctoral Students Must Enroll In The Course The Semester They Intend To Take The Qualifying Exam. (s/u Grade Only) May Be Repeated Once.


Civil Engineering Structures

  
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    CES 3100 Structural Analysis (3).


    Prerequisite: EGN 3331 . Loads On Structures. Reactions, Shear, And Bending Moment. Trusses. Influence Lines. Deflection Of Determinate Structures; Introduction To Indeterminate Structures.

  
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    CES 3101 Struct Analysis II


  
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    CES 4101 Advanced Structural Analysis (3).


    Prerequisite: CES 3100 , EGN 3331 . Review Of Matrix Algebra. Direct Stiffness Method For Truss Analysis. Computer Applications. Statically Indeterminate Structures. Slope-deflection And Moment Distribution Methods. Computer Modeling Of Structures. Application Of Modern Computer Commercial Codes For Structural Analysis.

  
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    CES 4330 Optimal Structural Engineering (3).


    Prerequisite: CES 4605 , CES 4702 ; EGN 2210 ; MAP 3305 . Course Covers Standard Theories Of Structural Design Plus Classical Optimization And Latest Structural Optimization Methods.

  
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    CES 4605 Steel Design (3).


    Prerequisite: CES 3100 . Design Of Tension, Compression, And Flexural Steel Member According To Aisc Specifications. Bolted And Welded Connections For Steel Members. Choice Between Design Alternatives, Introduction Of Plastic Design Methods.

  
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    CES 4702 Concrete Design (3).


    Prerequisite: CES 3100 . Design Of Reinforced Concrete Beams, Columns, One-way Slabs, For Bending, Shear Deflection, Cracking And Bond. This Course Contains Computer And Oral Competency Requirements.

  
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    CES 4704 Advanced Concrete Design (3).


    Prerequisite: EGN 3331 ; CES 3100 , CES 4702 . Advanced Topics Pertaining To Complex Reinforced Concrete Elements And Structures. Analysis And Design Of Beams For Torsion, Biaxial And Long Columns, Two-way Slabs, Shear Walls, Plates And Shell Design.

  
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    CES 4711 Prestressed Concrete (3).


    Prerequisite: CES 4702 . Theoretical Background Of Prestressed Concrete. Losses In Prestressing. Design Of Prestressed Concrete Beams And Slabs. Serviceability Of Prestressed Concrete Members. Precast Members.

  
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    CES 4731 Concrete Masonry Des


  
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    CES 4800 Timber Design (3).


    Prerequisite: CES 3100 . Design Of Basic Timber Structures Such As Beams, Columns, Walls And Diaphragms. Sbc And The Nds Code Applications Are Used.

  
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    CES 4811 Steel & Timber Design


  
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    CES 4830 Masonry Design (3).


    Prerequisite: CES 3100 . Design Of Basic Reinforced Masonry Structures Such As Walls, Columns, And Foundations. Sbc And Code Applications Are Used.

  
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    CES 5105 Advanced Mechanics Of Materials (3)


    Prerequisite: CES 3100 ; EGN 3331 . Analysis And Design Of Load-carrying Members, Shear Center, Unsymmetrical Bending, Curved Beams, Beams On Elastic Foundations, Energy Methods, Theories Of Failure, Thick-walled Cylinders, Stress Concentrations, Plastic Deformation And Fracture.

  
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    CES 5106 Advanced Structural Analysis (3)


    Prerequisite: CES 3100 , EGN 3331 . Review Of Matrix Algebra. Direct Stiffness Method For Truss Analysis. Computer Applications. Statically Indeterminate Structures. Slope-deflection And Moment Distribution Methods. Computer Modeling Of Structures. Case Studies And Projects. Application Of Modern Computer Commercial Codes For Structural Analysis.

  
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    CES 5144 Matri Mth Stru Anal


  
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    CES 5209 Structural Dynamics (3)


    Prerequisite: CES 4101 , EGN 3321 , MAP 3305 . Analysis And Design Of Single- And Multi-degree-of-freedom Structures Subjected To Various Types Of Excitations And Initial Conditions. Computational Aspects Of Dynamic Analysis, Including Approximate Methods Of Analysis. Introduction To Earthquake Loading And Design.

  
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    CES 5218 Fundamentals Of Structural Stability Theory (3)


    Prerequisite: EGN 3331 , CES 4101 . Review Of Classical Stability And Buckling Problems. Aisc Design Curves. Eigenvalues And Eigenvectors. Differential Equations For Beams Under Bending And Compression. Stiffness And Geometric Matrices By Direct Stiffness And Finite Element Methods. Stability Analyses Using Mathcad Program.

  
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    CES 5325 Bridge Engineering (3)


    Prerequisite: CES 4605 , CES 4702 . Introduction To Design Of Modern Steel And Concrete Highway Bridges. Materials And Properties. Loads On Bridges. Substructure Design.

  
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    CES 5585 Earthquake/wind Engineering (3)


    Prerequisite: EGN 2321 , CES 3101 , MAP 3305 . Fundamentals Of Structured Dynamics. Earthquake And Wind Loading. Response Of Undamped And Damped Single/multi Degree Of Freedom Structures Subjected To Earthquake Or Wind Dynamics Loading. Response Spectra. Fourier Analysis And Frequency Domain.

  
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    CES 5606 Advanced Steel Design (3)


    Prerequisite: EGN 3331 , CES 4605 . Behavior Of Complex Steel Elements And Structures. Analysis Of Design Of Columns And Beams Under Combined Effects Of Flexure, Shear, And Torsion. Lateral Torsional Buckling. Plastic Design. Design Of Frames.

  
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    CES 5706 Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design (3)


    Prerequisite: EGN 3331 , CES 3101 , CES 4702 . Behavior Of Advanced Reinforced Concrete Structures. Analysis And Design Of Beams For Torsion; Biaxial Columns; Two-way Slabs; Retaining Walls; Shear Walls; Thin-walled Members. Art Of Detailing.

  
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    CES 5715 Prestressed Concrete (3)


    Prerequisite: EGN 3331 , CES 3101 , CES 4702 . Behavior And Design Of Prestressed Concrete Structures. Beam Design For Flexure And Shear, Loss Of Prestress. Design Of Slabs And Axially Loaded Members. Precast Construction.

  
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    CES 5845 Composites In Civil Engineering (3)


    Prerequisite: CCE 3101 , CES 3100 , EGN 3331 . Fundamental Theories Of Composite Materials; Forms Of Composites And Their Reinforcements; Physical, Chemical And Mechanical Properties; Design And Testing Methods; Civil Engineering Applications Of Composite Materials.

  
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    CES 6116 Finite Elements In Structures (3)


    Prerequisite: CES 3101 . Basic Concepts Of Finite Element Analysis (fea). Boundary Conditions And Computer Techniques Used In Structural Analysis. Structural Finite Elements For: Truss, Beam, Beam On Elastic Foundations, Frame And Plane Strain Triangular Elements. Finite Element Modeling Of Engineering Structures. Use Of Commercial Software In Fea.


Civil Engineering Water Resources

  
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    CWR 3200L Environ & Hydraul Eng -lab


    A Hands-on Introduction To Environmental And Hydraulic Engineering Topics. To Perform Physical Experiments That Demonstrate Fundamental Concepts Hydrostatics, Pace Flow, Open Channel Flow, Water Quality And Water Treatment Processes

  
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    CWR 3201 Hydraulics (3)


    Prerequisite: EGN 3311 , EGN 3321 ; MAP 3305 . Fundamental Concepts Of Fluid Properties, Hydrostatics, Kinematics, Ideal Flow Viscous Effects, Transport Phenomena; Drag, Laminar, And Turbulent Flow In Pipes And Channels; Dimensional Analysis, Network Design.

  
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    CWR 3201L Hydraulics Lab (1)


    Prerequisite: EGN 3311 , EGN 3321 ; MAP 3305 . Participation In Hydraulics Experiments And Demonstrations And Reporting Experimental Results In Formal Technical Reports.

  
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    CWR 4101 Engineering Hydrology (3)


    Prerequisite: CWR 3201 , CWR 3201L , EGN 2210 ; Or Their EquIValents. Study Of The Processes Of The Hydrologic Cycle, Hydrologic Analyses For The Planning And Design Of Water Management Systems, Use Of Application Program Packages.

 

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