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Courses from the Department of Civil Engineering

     BREN, CE, CET, ECIV, EENV, EGEN, EM, ENVE, & ETCC


BREN 570   Independent Study
BREN 580 Special Topics

CE 201 Surveying
CE 361 Legal Principles Survey
CE 362 Public Land Survey Systems
CE 363 Adv Survey Computations
CE 463 Photogrammetry
CE 464 Prj Desgn in Survying

CET 202 Const Surv & Earthwork

ECIV 101 Intro To Civil Engineering
ECIV 202 Appl Analys/Tech Communication
ECIV 220CS Civil En and Const Anc-Modrn
ECIV 290R Undergraduate Research
ECIV 291 Special Topics
ECIV 307 Constr Estimating and Bidding
ECIV 308 Construction Practice
ECIV 312 Structures I
ECIV 315 Structures II
ECIV 320 Geotechnical Engineering
ECIV 331 Engineering Hydrology
ECIV 332 Engineering Hydraulics
ECIV 350 Transportation Engineering
ECIV 401 Civil Eng Practice and Ethics
ECIV 404 Heavy Const Equip and Methods
ECIV 405 Const Proj Planning and Sched
ECIV 414 Steel Design
ECIV 415 Design of Masonry Structures
ECIV 416 Dsn Of Wood and Timber Struct
ECIV 420 Earth and Foundation Engr
ECIV 425 Geotechnical Structures
ECIV 431 Open Channel Hydraulics
ECIV 435 Closed-Conduit Hydraulics
ECIV 450 Public Transit System Design
ECIV 451 Highway Pavements
ECIV 452 Traffic Engineering and ITS
ECIV 454 Transportation Planning
ECIV 456 Highway Geometric Design
ECIV 484 Reinforced Concrete Design
ECIV 489R Civil Engineering Design I
ECIV 490R Undergraduate Research
ECIV 491 Special Topics
ECIV 492 Independent Study
ECIV 498 Internship
ECIV 499R Capstone: Civil Eng Design II
ECIV 504 Construction Productivity
ECIV 505 Quality Assure/Risk Management
ECIV 506 Ad Construction Management
ECIV 507 Law of the Constr Industry
ECIV 511 Building Structural Systems
ECIV 512 Structural Dynamics
ECIV 513 Behavior Concrete Structures
ECIV 514 Behavior of Steel Structures
ECIV 515 Adv Structural Analysis
ECIV 519 Bridge/Prestress Concrete Dsgn
ECIV 521 Applied Geotechnical Engin
ECIV 524 Advanced Soil Mechanics
ECIV 529 Groundwater Contamination
ECIV 530 Ad Hydraulic Investigations
ECIV 550 Public Transit System Design
ECIV 552 Road Ecology
ECIV 554 Transportation Safety
ECIV 556 Traffic Flow Fundamentals
ECIV 575 Research or Prof Paper/Project
ECIV 589 Graduate Consultation
ECIV 590 Master's Thesis
ECIV 591 Special Topics
ECIV 592 Independent Study
ECIV 594 Seminar
ECIV 690 Doctoral Thesis

EENV 292 Independent Study
EENV 340 Princ of Envir Engineering
EENV 432 Advanced Engineering Hydrology
EENV 434 Groundwater Supply/Remediation
EENV 440 Water Chemistry for Envr Engr
EENV 441 Natural Treatment Systems
EENV 443 Air Pollution Control
EENV 445 Hazardous Waste Treatment
EENV 447 Hazardous Waste Management
EENV 490R Undergraduate Research
EENV 491 Special Topics
EENV 492 Independent Study
EENV 534 Environ Eng Investigation
EENV 535 Hazardous Waste Management
EENV 540 Water Chemistry for Envr Engr
EENV 560 Environ Eng Processes
EENV 561 Environ Eng Reactor Theory
EENV 562 Water Treatment Process/Design
EENV 563 Wastewater Treat Proc/Design
EENV 564 Environ Eng Applications Lab
EENV 565 Chem Sens/Instr Envir Biotech
EENV 575 Research or Prof Paper/Project
EENV 589 Graduate Consultation
EENV 590 Master's Thesis
EENV 591 Special Topics
EENV 592 Independent Study
EENV 598 Internship

EGEN 201 Engineering Mechanics--Statics
EGEN 202 Engineering Mech--Dynamics
EGEN 203 Applied Mechanics
EGEN 205 Mechanics of Mtls (equiv 305)
EGEN 208 Applied Strength of Materials
EGEN 221 Honors Statics
EGEN 290R Undergraduate Research
EGEN 291 Special Topics
EGEN 292 Independent Study
EGEN 331 Applied Mechanics of Fluids
EGEN 335 Fluid Mechanics
EGEN 415 Advanced Mechanics of Solids
EGEN 435 Fluid Dynamics
EGEN 490R Undergraduate Research
EGEN 491 Special Topics
EGEN 492 Independent Study

EM 506 Advanced Dynamics
EM 510 Elastic & Inelastic Analysis I
EM 512 Plasticity
EM 518 Theory Plates & Shells
EM 525 Continuum Mechanics
EM 526 Adv Continuum Mechanics
EM 560 Finite Elem Analys in Engr
EM 591 Special Topics
EM 592 Independent Study

ENVE 470 Independent Study

ETCC 204 Appld Analysis-Com/Const Tech
ETCC 290R Undergraduate Research
ETCC 291 Special Topics
ETCC 292 Independent Study
ETCC 302 Soils and Foundations
ETCC 310 Concrete Technology
ETCC 412 Structural Elements
ETCC 490R Undergraduate Research
ETCC 491 Special Topics
ETCC 492 Independent Study
ETCC 498 Internship
ETCC 499R Capstone: Const Engin Tech

BREN 570 Independent Study
On Demand
Maximum 8 cr.
PREREQUISITE: Admission to graduate program.
-- Directed graduate research and study of architectural, urban design or historic preservation issues on an individual basis.

BREN 580 Special Topics
On Demand
Maximum 12 cr.
PREREQUISITE: Upper division courses and others as determined for each offering.
-- Courses not required in any curriculum for which there is a particular one-time need, or given on a trial basis to determine acceptability and demand before requesting a regular course number.


CE 201 Surveying
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: M 165 or M 171 or M 181 and EGEN 116.
-- Surveying field practice, error propagation analysis, survey for project design.

CE 361 Legal Principles Survey
Offered Fall Semesters;alternate years, to be offered even years.
PREREQUISITE: CE 201.
-- Principles of the profession: case law, legal aspects of boundary location, monumentation, and property descriptions.

CE 362 Public Land Survey Systems
Offered Fall Semesters;alternate years, to be offered odd years.
PREREQUISITE: CE 201.
-- Federal and state laws and regulations governing legal land surveying; case studies and professional responsibilities.

CE 363 Adv Survey Computations
Offered Spring alternate years, to be offered even years.
PREREQUISITE: CE 201.
-- Modern instrumental and computational techniques in surveying.

CE 463 Photogrammetry
Offered Fall Semesters;alternate years, to be offered odd years.
PREREQUISITE: M 165 or M 171.
-- Measurement and computation techniques for mapping from photographs; photo geometry, flight planning, ground control, cameras, control extension, stereoscopic instruments.

CE 464 Prj Desgn in Survying
Offered Spring alternate years, to be offered odd years.
PREREQUISITE: CE 201.
-- Surveying requirements of large project; land subdivision, utilities, topography, and earthwork. Term project research and report required.


CET 202 Const Surv & Earthwork
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: CE 201.
-- Advanced construction and route surveys, earthwork mass diagrams, quantity takeoff, computer analysis.


ECIV 101 Intro To Civil Engineering
Offered Fall Semesters
PREREQUISITE: Must be taken within your freshman year.
-- This course is optional for students entering civil engineering but is encouraged for freshmen wanting to learn about the breadth of the discipline. Students choosing to take the course will be introduced to civil engineering, including department programs and areas of specialty, civil engineering career options, professionalism, history, and ethics.

ECIV 202 Appl Analys/Tech Communication
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: M 165 or M 171 or M 181.
-- Computer applications in civil engineering using M-based software and a programming language. Introduction to engineering communication.

ECIV 220CS Civil En and Const Anc-Modrn
Su On Demand
-- Through the lenses of civil engineering and construction, follow the advancement of civilizations. Assess and evaluate decisions that we must make as a society with respect to protecting the health of the public and the environment with our finite resources.

ECIV 290R Undergraduate Research
Offered Fall, Spring Semesters;
-- Directed undergraduate research which may culminate in a written work or other creative project. Course will address responsible conduct of research. May be repeated.

ECIV 291 Special Topics
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: None required but some may be determined necessary by each offering department.
-- Courses not required in any curriculum for which there is a particular one-time need, or given on a trial basis to determine acceptability and demand before requesting a regular course number.

ECIV 307 Constr Estimating and Bidding
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 202 ETCC 204 and ECIV 308.
-- Preparation of cost estimates and bids for construction projects. Introduction of computer estimating software and procedures.

ECIV 308 Construction Practice
Offered Fall, Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: BUS 201 and EGEN 116.
-- Contract documents, insurance, bonding, specifications, drawings, labor and labor law, estimating, bidding and scheduling, business organizations, leadership, and ethics. Significant technical and business writing required.

ECIV 312 Structures I
F,S 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: EGEN 205.
-- Study of loading on structures. Study of structural systems and systems modeling. Analysis of determinate and indeterminate structures. Introduction to matrix methods. Introduction to structural analysis software. Introduction to design approaches and philosophies.

ECIV 315 Structures II
Offered Fall, Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 312.
-- Structural design of steel and reinforced concrete members used in buildings and bridges. Theory and application of design codes. Laboratory experience utilizing construction materials.

ECIV 320 Geotechnical Engineering
Offered Fall, Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: EGEN 205
-- The treatment of soil as an engineering material. Fundamental soil mechanics principles and introductory solutions to geotechnical engineering problems. Basic soil mechanics laboratory tests and procedures.

ECIV 331 Engineering Hydrology
Offered Spring Semesters;2 cr. LEC 2
PREREQUISITE: EGEN 350 or STAT 332.
-- Descriptive and quantitative hydrology with applications in water resources engineering.

ECIV 332 Engineering Hydraulics
Offered Fall, Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: EGEN 335.
-- Pipe flow, open channel flow, and hydraulic machines with applications in water resources engineering.

ECIV 350 Transportation Engineering
Offered Fall, Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: CE 201.
-- Introduction to vehicle operating characteristics, geometric and pavement design, traffic flow theory, signal design and analysis, capacity analysis and planning. Laboratory work will introduce various in-practice software packages.

ECIV 401 Civil Eng Practice and Ethics
Offered Fall, Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: Concurrent registration with ECIV 489 required.
--Professional ethics, social responsibility, public policy, and leadership.

ECIV 404 Heavy Const Equip and Methods
Offered Fall, Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: STAT 216, EGEN 325, and CET 302 or ECIV 320.
COREQUISITE: ECIV 307.
-- Construction equipment operating characteristics, economics, and production rate estimation. Heavy construction methods associated with tunneling, aggregate production, and mass earthwork operations.

ECIV 405 Const Proj Planning and Sched
Offered Fall, Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 307.
-- Project planning and scheduling procedures involving both network (CPM) and non-network techniques. Introduction to computer scheduling software.

ECIV 414 Steel Design
Offered Fall Semesters;alternate years, to be offered odd years.
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 315.
-- Design of structural steel members and systems.

ECIV 415 Design of Masonry Structures
Offered Spring alternate years, to be offered even years.
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 315.
-- Introduction to masonry design. Integrated with building design, including load calculations, design of foundations, structural elements and connections. Emphasis on low-rise buildings.

ECIV 416 Dsn Of Wood and Timber Struct
Offered Spring alternate years, to be offered odd years.
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 315.
-- Students will be exposed to the basic behavior of wood and timber structures. They will also be exposed to the current building codes and methodology for the design of wood and timber structures.

ECIV 420 Earth and Foundation Engr
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 320.
-- Application of soil mechanics principles to the engineering of shallow and deep foundations, analysis of lateral earth pressures and design of retaining walls, and the stability of natural and engineered slopes.

ECIV 425 Geotechnical Structures
Offered Fall Semesters
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 320.
-- Analysis of lateral earth pressures and design of retaining structures and braced excavations. Stability analysis of natural and engineered slopes. Analysis and design of embankments and dams.

ECIV 431 Open Channel Hydraulics
Offered Fall Semesters
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 332 or consent of the instructor.
-- Principles of open channel flow; hydraulic design of open channel structures.

ECIV 435 Closed-Conduit Hydraulics
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 332.
-- Advanced topics in hydraulic engineering, with emphasis on analysis and design of pipe transmission lines, pumps, and pipe distribution networks.

ECIV 450 Public Transit System Design
Offered Fall Semesters;alternate years, to be offered odd years.
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 350, and EGEN 350 or STAT 332.
-- Design, implementation and management of public transit systems including paratransit, bus and light rail; including an overview of funding sources, legislation, public relations and other issues with coverage or route optimization strategies and demand estimation techniques. CE 450 is co-convened with CE 550. Students enrolled in CE 450 will not be able to take CE 550 and have it count toward degree requirements.

ECIV 451 Highway Pavements
Offered Spring alternate years, to be offered even years.
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 320, ECIV 350.
-- Design of highway pavements including drainage and base/subbase/subgrade preparation. Laboratory in bituminous materials.

ECIV 452 Traffic Engineering and ITS
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 350, EGEN 350 or STAT 332.
-- Application of driver, vehicle, and roadway characteristics to principles of traffic control, operations, and safety. Traditional and advanced technology solutions will be explored.

ECIV 454 Transportation Planning
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 350 and EGEN 350 or STAT 332.
-- Transportation planning process and travel demand forecasting including trip generation, trip distribution, mode split and traffic assignment. Laboratory work will introduce TransCADtm software.

ECIV 456 Highway Geometric Design
Offered Fall Semesters
PREREQUISITE: CE 201, ECIV 350.
-- Advanced geometric design of highway systems including two-lane and interstate roadways and intersection design and traffic control.

ECIV 484 Reinforced Concrete Design
Offered Fall Semesters;alternate years, to be offered even years.
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 315.
-- Design of reinforced concrete members and systems.

ECIV 489R Civil Engineering Design I
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: Student must be within two semesters of graduation.
COREQUISITE: EGEN 325, ECIV 308 and EGEN 310. Concurrent registration with ECIV 401 is required.
-- Senior capstone course. Discussion of the design process from conceptual/preliminary design to final design, plans, and specifications. Develop proposal for engineering services, including scope of work, data acquisition, and organization of design team.

ECIV 490R Undergraduate Research
Offered Fall, Spring, Summer Semesters
-- Directed undergraduate research/creative activity which may culminate in a research paper, journal article, or undergraduate thesis. Course will address responsible conduct of research. May be repeated.

ECIV 491 Special Topics
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Course prerequisites as determined for each offering.
-- Courses not required in any curriculum for which there is a particular one-time need, or given on a trial basis to determine acceptability and demand before requesting a regular course number.

ECIV 492 Independent Study
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Junior standing, consent of instructor, and approval of Department Head.
-- Directed research and study on an individual basis.

ECIV 498 Internship
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Junior standing, consent of instructor and approval of Department Head.
-- An individualized assignment arranged with an agency, business, or other organization to provide guided experience in the field. Students may not take this course the semester they graduate.

ECIV 499R Capstone: Civil Eng Design II
Offered Fall, Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 489.
-- Senior capstone course. Design of an engineering project. Evaluation of design alternatives and design recommendations. Development of construction documents. Discussion of project management, cost estimates, and engineering services during construction.

ECIV 504 Construction Productivity
On Demand 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: One year of experience or one internship (ECIV 498 or ETCC 498).
COREQUISITE: ETCC 499 or equivalent.
-- Productivity improvement data collection, analysis, and solutions to include the construction work face and the office. Human factors and economics involved in productivity will be emphasized.

ECIV 505 Quality Assure/Risk Management
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Either EGEN 350, EIND 354 or STAT 332 and ECIV 308 or equivalent plus one year of industrial experience or one internship (ECIV 498 or ETCC 498)
-- Analysis of quality assurance and control concepts to include utilization of statistical analysis. Application of risk analysis principles to the construction process to minimize liability and project costs.

ECIV 506 Ad Construction Management
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: One year of industrial experience or one internship (ECIV 498 or ETCC 498).
COREQUISITE: ETCC 499 or equivalent.
-- Quality improvement techniques to include Total Quality Management and Partnering. Enlightened leadership and management concepts.

ECIV 507 Law of the Constr Industry
Offered Fall Semesters
PREQUISITE: BUS 361
--This class exposes engineers to the effect of law, rules and regulations on their work both from a practical perspective, for example, what engineers should know about basic concepts of contract law, to more abstract concepts like whether, and in what manner, government should mandate green construction practices. It is about understanding how the construction industry works within a framework of rules and regulations, critically considering whether the rules help or hinder the construction process and most importantly, how you as future leaders in the engineering profession are going to make the process better.

ECIV 511 Building Structural Systems
Offered Fall Semesters;alternate years, to be offered even years.
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 484 or ECIV 414 or ECIV 415 or ECIV 416.
COREQUISITE: ECIV 512.
-- Analysis of multistory structural systems. Emphasis on lateral force resisting systems in buildings.

ECIV 512 Structural Dynamics
Offered Fall Semesters;alternate years, to be offered even years.
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 312.
-- Response of structures to dynamic loads, including seismic loads.

ECIV 513 Behavior Concrete Structures
S alternate years, to be offered odd years 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 484.
-- Behavior of reinforced concrete members, frames, and shear wall systems. Significance of behavior in design of reinforced concrete structures.

ECIV 514 Behavior of Steel Structures
Offered Spring alternate years, to be offered even years.
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 414 and EGEN 415.
-- Behavior of steel members and frames. Significance of behavior in design of steel structures.

ECIV 515 Adv Structural Analysis
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: EGEN 415
--This course will present the theoretical background behind common solid mechanics finite elements used by structural engineers. Elasticity, energy methods, dynamics, buckling, nonlinear materials and large rotation topics will be addressed. These topics will allow students to utilize advanced finite element software in an informed manner.

ECIV 519 Bridge/Prestress Concrete Dsgn
Offered Fall Semesters;alternate years, to be offered odd years.
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 315.
-- Design of concrete structures utilizing pre- and post-tensioned concrete elements. Introduction to bridge analysis and design.

ECIV 521 Applied Geotechnical Engin
Offered Fall Semesters;alternate years, to be offered even years.
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 320.
-- Principles of advanced geotechnical laboratory testing and field investigative techniques. Application of laboratory and field test results to the geotechnical design of soil-supported structures.

ECIV 524 Advanced Soil Mechanics
Offered Fall Semesters;alternate years, to be offered odd years.
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 320.
-- Topics leading to an advanced understanding of the engineering behavior of soils with an emphasis on settlement and shear strength.

ECIV 529 Groundwater Contamination
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: EENV 434.
-- Subsurface mass transport and microbial processes and their affect on fate and transport of organic and inorganic contaminates. Bioremediation and other contemporary remediation technologies will be emphasized.

ECIV 530 Ad Hydraulic Investigations
Offered Spring alternate years, to be offered even years.
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 431.
-- Advanced topics in open channel flow.

ECIV 550 Public Transit System Design
Offered Fall Semesters;alternate years, to be offered odd year.
PREREQUISITE: Graduate Standing and ECIV 350 or equivalent.
-- This course covers the design, implementation and management of public transit systems including paratransit, bus and light rail. The course includes an overview of funding sources, legislation, public relations and other issues. The student will learn several route optimization strategies and demand estimation techniques.

ECIV 552 Road Ecology
Offered Fall Semesters;alternate years, to be offered even years 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 350 or consent of instructor.
-- This course provides multidisciplinary coverage of ecological effects of transportation systems, primarily focusing on rural highways. Ecological impacts on air quality, water quality, vegetation, and wildlife will be covered (there will be more coverage of impacts to wildlife than the other areas).

ECIV 554 Transportation Safety
Offered Spring alternate years, to be offered even years.
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 350 or consent of instructor.
-- This course addresses safety of the highway system as related to design, construction, and operations. The course provides an overview of the various elements of the highway system namely, road users, vehicles, roadways, and environment as related to safety. Apart from the introduction, the course is structured in three distinct components that represent the sequential stages in highway life; i.e. design, construction, and operations.

ECIV 556 Traffic Flow Fundamentals
Offered Spring alternate years, to be offered odd years 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: ECIV 350 or consent of instructor.
-- This course covers traffic stream parameters, their relationships, and important analytical techniques in traffic engineering such as capacity analysis, queuing analysis, shockwave analysis, and traffic simulation. Topics covered are essential in understanding the behavior of vehicular traffic as a complex system.

ECIV 575 Research or Prof Paper/Project
Offered Fall, Spring, Summer Semesters
PREREQUISITE: Graduate standing.
-- A research or professional paper or project dealing with a topic in the field. The topic must have been mutually agreed upon by the student and his or her major adviser and graduate committee.

ECIV 589 Graduate Consultation
Offered Fall, Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: Master's standing and approval of the Dean of Graduate Studies.
-- This course may be used only by students who have completed all of their course work (and thesis, if on a thesis plan) but who need additional faculty or staff time or help.

ECIV 590 Master's Thesis
Offered Fall, Spring, Summer Semesters
PREREQUISITE: Master's standing.

ECIV 591 Special Topics
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Upper division courses and others as determined for each offering.
-- Courses not required in any curriculum for which there is a particular one time need, or given on a trial basis to determine acceptability and demand before requesting a regular course number.

ECIV 592 Independent Study
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Graduate standing, consent of instructor, approval of Department Head and Dean of Graduate Studies.
-- Directed research and study on an individual basis.

ECIV 594 Seminar
F, S
Maximum 4 cr.
PREREQUISITE: Graduate standing or seniors by petition. Course prerequisites as determined for each offering.
-- Topics offered at the graduate level which are not covered in regular courses. Students participate in preparing and presenting discussion material. May be repeated.

ECIV 690 Doctoral Thesis
Offered Fall, Spring, Summer Semesters
PREREQUISITE: Doctoral standing.


EENV 292 Independent Study
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Consent of instructor and approval of department head.
-- Directed research and study on an individual basis.

EENV 340 Princ of Envir Engineering
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: CHMY 143 or CHMY 153.
COREQUISITE: EGEN 335.
-- Fundamentals of environmental engineering with emphasis on water and wastewater.

EENV 432 Advanced Engineering Hydrology
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: CE 331.
COREQUISITE: CE 332.
-- Hydrology emphasizing engineering design. Topics include modern techniques for flow estimation, flood routing and sediment yield; design of conveyance structures; and water project development.

EENV 434 Groundwater Supply/Remediation
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: EM 335.
-- Contemporary groundwater topics including water supply, contaminant transport, and remediation technologies.

EENV 440 Water Chemistry for Envr Engr
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: EENV 340.
--Fundamentals of aquatic chemistry and principles of water technology for environmental engineers. Based on chemical thermodynamics. Students learn to quantify water quality and control parameters characterizing water quality. Co-convened with ENVE 540. Students enrolled in this course will not be able to take ENVE 540 and have it count toward degree requirements.

EENV 441 Natural Treatment Systems
Offered Fall Semesters
PREREQUISITE: CE 340.
-- Planning, design, and operation of remediation facilities emphasizing natural versus mechanical elements. Specific topics include stabilization ponds, constructed wetlands, land treatment, and on-site domestic systems.

EENV 443 Air Pollution Control
Offered Fall Semesters;alternate years, to be offered even years.
PREREQUISITE: EM 335, CHMY 141 and ME 324 or equivalent.
-- Fundamentals of air quality management with emphasis on the design of processes and equipment for controlling gaseous and particulate emissions.

EENV 445 Hazardous Waste Treatment
Offered Fall Semesters;alternate years, to be offered odd years.
PREREQUISITE: CE 340 or equivalent.
-- Principles, theory, and practice of treating hazardous materials.

EENV 447 Hazardous Waste Management
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: Junior standing and one of the following: CHMY 211 or EM 335
-- Introduction to the technologies, regulations, political and social issues, and environmental impacts of hazardous wastes. Management approaches are developed through fundamental studies and review of case histories.

EENV 490R Undergraduate Research
Offered Fall, Spring, Summer Semesters

-- Directed undergraduate research which may culminate in a research paper, journal article, or undergraduate thesis. Course will address responsible conduct of research. May be repeated.

EENV 491 Special Topics
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Course prerequisites as determined for each offering.
-- Courses not required in any curriculum for which there is a particular one-time need, or given on a trial basis to determine acceptability and demand before requesting a regular course number.

EENV 492 Independent Study
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Junior standing, consent of instructor, and approval of Department Head.
-- Directed research and study on an individual basis.

EENV 534 Environ Eng Investigation
Offered Fall Semesters
PREREQUISITE: CE 340 and one of the following: CE 431, BREN 434, CE 435.
-- Laboratory and field investigations for design and analysis of environmental engineering systems.

EENV 535 Hazardous Waste Management
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: ENVE 580 (Bioremediation) or previous graduate level courses in environmental engineering.
-- Examination of the technologies, regulations, political and environmental impacts of hazardous wastes. Management approaches are developed through fundamental studies of case histories.

EENV 540 Water Chemistry for Envr Engr
Offered Spring Semesters;alternate even years
PREREQUISITE: EENV 340.
-- Fundamentals of aquatic chemistry and principles of water technology for environmental engineers. Based on chemical thermodynamics. Students learn to quantify water quality and control parameters characterizing water quality. Co-convened with EENV 440. Students enrolled in this course will not be able to take EENV 440 and have it count toward degree requirements.

EENV 560 Environ Eng Processes
Offered Fall Semesters
PREREQUISITE: EENV 340.
-- Physical, chemical, and biological processes in water quality management.

EENV 561 Environ Eng Reactor Theory
Offered Fall Semesters
PREREQUISITE: CE 340.
-- Theory and mathematics of reactors commonly used in water and wastewater operations.

EENV 562 Water Treatment Process/Design
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: ENVE 560, ENVE 561.
-- Principles, theory, and practice of water treatment plant design.

EENV 563 Wastewater Treat Proc/Design
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: ENVE 560, ENVE 561.
-- Principles, theory, and practice of wastewater treatment plant design.

EENV 564 Environ Eng Applications Lab
On Demand
COREQUISITE: Graduate standing or equivalent.
-- The laboratories will be modular units based on environmental engineering application areas such as bioremediation, water and wastewater treatment, and biofilm systems. Students will learn analytical methods for determining chemical and biological components and will become familiar with laboratory and pilot scale reactors. Where appropriate, students will cooperate with field investigations.

EENV 565 Chem Sens/Instr Envir Biotech
Offered Spring alternate years, to be offered even years.
PREREQUISITE: CE 340 or consent of instructor.
-- The course provides the knowledge necessary to design, manufacture, and use chemical sensors in the area of environmental biotechnology. Principles of manufacture and examples of application of chemical sensors along with the principles of measurement, signal conditioning, and data acquisition are presented to an extent that is necessary for the operation of sensors. The measurement techniques are preceded with an adequate theoretical introduction. Demonstrations of the sensors are organized in the Microsensors Laboratory located at the Center for Biofilm Engineering.

EENV 575 Research or Prof Paper/Project
Offered Fall, Spring, Summer Semesters
Max 6 cr.
PREREQUISITE: Graduate standing.
-- A research or professional paper or project dealing with a topic in the field. The topic must have been mutually agreed upon by the student and his or her major adviser and graduate committee.

EENV 589 Graduate Consultation
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Master's standing and approval of the Dean of Graduate Studies.
-- This course may be used only by students who have completed all of their coursework (and thesis, if on a thesis plan) but who need additional faculty or staff time or help.

EENV 590 Master's Thesis
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Master's standing. May be repeated.

EENV 591 Special Topics
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Upper division courses and others as determined for each offering.
-- Courses not required in any curriculum for which there is a particular one time need, or given on a trial basis to determine acceptability and demand before requesting a regular course number.

EENV 592 Independent Study
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Graduate standing, consent of instructor, approval of Department Head and Dean of Graduate Studies.
-- Directed research and study on an individual basis.

EENV 598 Internship
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Graduate standing, consent of instructor and approval of Department Head.
-- An individual assignment arranged with an agency, business or other organizations to provide guided experience in the field.


EGEN 201 Engineering Mechanics--Statics
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: PHSX 220 or PHSX 240.
COREQUISITE: M 273 or M 283.
-- Equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies; static analysis of structures including trusses, beams, frames and machines; coulomb friction; area and mass centroids, moments and products of inertia.

EGEN 202 Engineering Mech--Dynamics
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: EGEN 201 or EGEN 221.
-- Kinematics, kinetics, work-energy, and impulse-momentum for particles and rigid bodies.

EGEN 203 Applied Mechanics
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: PHSX 220 or PHSX 240.
COREQUISITE: M 166 or M 172.
-- Force systems in equilibrium and applications to structural trusses and frames; section properties; distributed force systems; shear and moment distributions in beams; basic particle dynamics.

EGEN 205 Mechanics of Mtls (equiv 305)
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: EGEN 201 or EGEN 221.
-- Stress and strain, Hooke's Law, thermal strain, torsion, bending of beams, combined stress, limit analysis, energy methods, virtual work, column theory.

EGEN 208 Applied Strength of Materials
Offered Spirng; 3 cr. LEC 3
PREREQUISITE: EGEN 201 or EGEN 203 or EGEN 221.
-- Equilibrium and deformation of structural elements; concepts of stress and strain and interrelationship; representation and transformation of combined stress states; axial, torsional and flexural stresses and deformation; column buckling.

EGEN 221 Honors Statics
Offered Fall Semesters
PREREQUISITE: PHSX 200 or PHSX 240 and good standing in University Honors.
COREQUISITE: M 273 or M 283.
-- Honors offering of engineering statics, including topics dealing with equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies; static analysis of structures including trusses, beams, frames and machines; coulomb friction; area and mass centroids, moments and products of inertia.

EGEN 290R Undergraduate Research
Offered Fall, Spring Semesters
-- Directed undergraduate research which may culminate in a written work or other creative project. Course will address responsible conduct of research. May be repeated.

EGEN 291 Special Topics
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: None required but some may be determined necessary by each offering department.
-- Courses not required in any curriculum for which there is a particular one-time need, or given on a trial basis to determine acceptability and demand before requesting a regular course number.

EGEN 292 Independent Study
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Consent of instructor and approval of department head.
-- Directed research and study on an individual basis.

EGEN 331 Applied Mechanics of Fluids
Offered Fall, Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: EGEN 208 or EGEN 205.
-- Basic principles of fluid mechanics: pressure measurement, forces on submerged areas, fluid flow through conduits, parallel pipe systems, open channel flow, forces caused by fluids in motion, pumps, flow of air in ducts.

EGEN 335 Fluid Mechanics
Offered Fall, Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: EGEN 202, EGEN 205.
-- Introduction to modern fluid mechanics.

EGEN 415 Advanced Mechanics of Solids
Offered Fall Semesters
PREREQUISITE: EGEN 205.
-- Advanced topics in deformational mechanics of materials; application to contemporary engineering problems. Computer applications.

EGEN 435 Fluid Dynamics
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: EM 335
-- Equations governing steady and unsteady fluid flow; applications to contemporary engineering problems. Computer applications.

EGEN 490R Undergraduate Research
Offered Fall, Spring, Summer Semesters
-- Directed undergraduate research/creative activity which may culminate in a research paper, journal article, or undergraduate thesis. May be repeated.

EGEN 491 Special Topics
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Course prerequisites as determined for each offering.
-- Courses not required in any curriculum for which there is a particular one-time need, or given on a trial basis to determine acceptability and demand before requesting a regular course number.

EGEN 492 Independent Study
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Junior standing, consent of instructor, and approval of Department Head.
-- Directed research and study on an individual basis.


EM 506 Advanced Dynamics
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: EM 335.
-- Kinematics of particles, rigid bodies, and mechanisms. Lagrange's equations, constraints, applications, and numerical solutions.

EM 510 Elastic & Inelastic Analysis I
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: EM 525 or EGEN 415.
-- Fundamentals of linear elasticity, linear viscoelasticity and plasticity. Correspondence principles for elastic and viscoelastic materials and analogy between elastic and inelastic materials will be presented. Constitutive theories of linear elasticity, linear viscoelasticity, and plasticity. Application to static structural theories for beams, torsion, plane stress, and plane strain will be covered for elastic and inelastic behavior.

EM 512 Plasticity
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: EM 510.
-- Topics in two and three dimensional linear and nonlinear elasticity, viscoelasticity, and plasticity, including large deformation theory, computer applications.

EM 518 Theory Plates & Shells
Offered Spring alternate years, to be offered even years.
PREREQUISITE: EM 415.
-- Theory of small plate deformations, membrane shell theory, shell bending.

EM 525 Continuum Mechanics
Offered Fall Semesters
PREREQUISITE: EM 415 or ME 426.
-- Solid and fluid mechanics, laws of vector and tensor transformations, vector and tensor calculus using cartesian tensors, theory of deformation, principles of thermodynamics, constitutive equations for elastic solids and viscous fluids.

EM 526 Adv Continuum Mechanics
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: EM 525.
-- Laws of vector and tensor transformations using non-orthogonal tensors. Large deformation theory, constitutive equations for nonlinear solids and fluids.

EM 560 Finite Elem Analys in Engr
Offered Fall Semesters
PREREQUISITE: EM 415 or EM 435.
-- General finite element analysis. Application to the classical equations of fluid, solid, and thermal mechanics.

EM 591 Special Topics
On Demand
Max 12 cr.
PREREQUISITE: Upper division courses and others as determined for each offering.
-- Courses not required in any curriculum for which there is a particular one-time need, or given on a trial basis to determine acceptability and demand before requesting a regular course number.

EM 592 Independent Study
On Demand
Max 4 cr.
PREREQUISITE: Graduate standing, consent of instructor, approval of Department Head and Dean of Graduate Studies.
-- Directed research and study on an individual basis.


ENVE 470 Independent Study
On Demand
Max 4 cr.
PREREQUISITE: Junior standing, consent of instructor, and approval of Department Head.
-- Directed research and study on an individual basis.


ETCC 204 Appld Analysis-Com/Const Tech
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: M 165 or M 171 or M 181.
-- Computer applications in construction technology using contemporary software and solution techniques appropriate to the construction industry. Introduction to written and verbal communication methods with applications appropriate to the construction industry.

ETCC 290R Undergraduate Research
Offered Fall, Spring Semesters;
-- Directed undergraduate research/creative activity which may culminate in a written work or other creative project. Course will address responsible conduct of research. May be repeated.

ETCC 291 Special Topics
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: None required but some may be determined necessary by each offering department.
-- Courses not required in any curriculum for which there is a particular one-time need, or given on a trial basis to determine acceptability and demand before requesting a regular course number.

ETCC 292 Independent Study
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Consent of instructor and approval of department head.
-- Directed study and research on an individual basis.

ETCC 302 Soils and Foundations
Offered Spring Semesters
COREQUISITE: EGEN 205 or EGEN 208 and GEO 101.
-- Physical properties of construction materials with emphasis on soils, aggregates and asphalt. Earth pressures, flow nets, bearing capacity, retaining walls and slope stability.

ETCC 310 Concrete Technology
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: EGEN 205 or EGEN 208.
-- Properties of concrete constituents, mechanical and service properties of concrete, mix design, field practices. Concrete reinforcing requirements and analysis of concrete members.

ETCC 412 Structural Elements
Offered Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: EGEN 205 or EGEN 208.
COREQUISITE: ETCC 310.
-- Design of temporary bracing, shoring, and concrete formwork. Specification requirements for design loads, wood, and steel elements. Nailed, bolted, and welded connections.

ETCC 490R Undergraduate Research
Offered Fall, Spring, Summer Semesters
-- Directed undergraduate research/creative activity which may culminate in a research paper, journal article, or undergraduate thesis. Course will address responsible conduct of research. May be repeated.

ETCC 491 Special Topics
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Course prerequisites as determined for each offering.
-- Courses not required in any curriculum for which there is a particular one-time need, or given on a trial basis to determine acceptability and demand before requesting a regular course number.

ETCC 492 Independent Study
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Junior standing, consent of instructor, and approval of Department Head.
-- Directed research and study on an individual basis.

ETCC 498 Internship
On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Sophomore standing, consent of instructor, and approval of Department Head.
-- An individualized assignment arranged with an agency, business, or other organization to provide guided experience in the field. Students may not take this course the semester they graduate.

ETCC 499R Capstone: Const Engin Tech
Offered Fall, Spring Semesters
PREREQUISITE: BUS 361, EGEN 325, and EGEN 310.
COREQUISITE: ECIV 404 and ECIV 405; student must be graduating the semester of enrollment in ETCC 499.
-- A senior capstone course encompassing total project control through introduction of a professional construction management organization to ensure cost effectiveness and early completion of a project. Construction safety. A requirement of the course is to take the Constructor Qualification Examination Level I (CQE) administered by the American Institute of Constructors (AIC).

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