|1||Civil Engineering||CE 201||Surveying||3|
A study of measurement and error calculation, leveling, traverse and area computation, topographic mapping, triangulation, highway, public land and construction surveying. Computer applications are included.
|EGC 101 or consent of instructor.|
|2||Civil Engineering||CE 304||Environmental Engineering||3|
A survey of environmental pollution and control involving the air, land, and water environments; the management of the environment; and other problems concerning water and sewage treatment, solid waste disposal and treatment.
|CHE 102, 102L, and MTH 238 or consent of instructor|
|3||Civil Engineering||CE 305||Hydrogeology||3|
The study of a hydrologic cycle with emphasis on precipitation and runoff, stream flow and groundwater distribution. Geology of groundwater occurrence, groundwater contamination, development and management are also covered.
|EGC 204, 305|
|4||Civil Engineering||CE 308||Soil Mechanics||3|
A study of origin, formation, classification, identification and subsurface exploration of soil. Physical and mechanical properties of soils, shear strength, consolidation, settlement, and bearing capacity are also covered.
|EGC 207L, CE 308L||EGC 207|
|5||Civil Engineering||CE 308L||Soil Mechanics Lab||1|
The purpose of this course is to present a selection of experiments that will demonstrate the principles of Soil Mechanics. A Laboratory Manual for this course will be used for performing these experiments.
|CE 308||EGC 207|
|6||Civil Engineering||CE 306||Structural Analysis||3|
An analysis of stresses and deflections in statically determinate structures caused by fixed and moving loads; study of influence lines and loading criteria for beams and plane trusses; and introduction to classical analysis of indeterminate structures including the slope deflection and moment distribution methods. Application of computer techniques to structural problems is required.
|MTH 227, 238, EGC 101, 207|
|7||Civil Engineering||CE 310||Transportation Systems and Materials||3|
Transportation systems including land and air transportation for passenger movement; functions of transportation systems; vehicles and controls; transportation system planning, operation, maintenance, safety and transportation material testing are addressed in this course.
|EGC 101, 205, CE|
|8||Civil Engineering||CE 401||Structural Steel Design||3|
Introduction to the design of steel structures to include behavior of members and their connections. Theoretical and practical basis for proportioning members are addressed.
|9||Civil Engineering||CE 402||Reinforced Concrete Design||3|
A study of the theory and design of reinforced concrete members. Design considerations for concrete bridges and buildings are included.
|10||Civil Engineering||CE 404||Hydraulic Engineering and Design||3|
A study of the similitude, and flow measurement; open channel flow, pipe flow and their applications; and design of various elements of hydraulic structures.
|EGC 204, 207, 305|
|11||Civil Engineering||CE 405||Concrete and Aggregates||3|
A study of engineering properties of plain concrete; influence of cement, aggregates, water and mixtures on the properties of fresh and hardened concretes; mix design behavior under various types of loading and environments.
|12||Civil Engineering||CE 406||Computer Analysis of Structures||3|
This course focuses on flexibility and stiffness methods of analysis. Development of matrix methods for both trusses and rigid frames and use of the computer in structural analysis, including finite element method are included.
|CE 306 and EGC 104|
|13||Civil Engineering||CE 408||Foundation Design||3|
The study of shallow and deep foundation elements, determination of bearing capacity of spread footings, mat and pile foundations. This course also includes instruction on drilled caissons and piers as well as lateral earth pressure and the design of retaining structures.
|CE 402||CE 308|
|14||Civil Engineering||CE 409||Public Health Engineering||3|
A study of the engineering aspects involved in the control of the environment for the protection of health and the promotion of the comfort of man. Discussion will include communicable disease control, air pollution, refuse disposal, industrial hygiene, and radiological health hazards.
|15||Civil Engineering||CE 410||Transportation Engineering and Design||3|
A study of engineering and design basics for highway transportation; elements of highway transportation and their characteristics; drivers; vehicles, volume, density, speed, and travel time; design for safety, service, and economy; highway alignment, cross section and geometric design elements.
|EGC 204||CE 310|
|16||Civil Engineering||CE 411||Urban Transportation Planning||3|
A study of functions and elements of urban transportation including modeling trip generation, trip attraction, modal split and network assignment; integrated models, and computer applications.
|EGC 204, CE 310 or consent of instructor|
|17||Civil Engineering||CE 412||Pavement Systems||3|
A study of the design of highway and airport pavement systems; subgrades, subbases and bases; flexible and rigid pavements; drainage and earthwork; pavement evaluation and maintenance.
|EGC 207 and CE 310|
|18||Civil Engineering||CE 413||Construction Management||3|
An introduction to construction project planning and scheduling by network diagrams. Estimating and project control fundamentals. Various equipment and productivity are included.
|19||Civil Engineering||CE 414||Design of Timber Structures||3|
A study of wood as an engineering design material. Beams, columns, plywood design, and glued laminated structural members as used in actual design and construction are covered.
|20||Civil Engineering||CE 415||Transportation Materials: Characterization and Design||3|
Covers the characterization and design of transportation materials: asphalt binder, aggregates, and hot mix asphalt; properties of aggregates, asphalt binder and hot mix asphalt; AASHTO characterization of aggregates and binder; Superpave mix design; Superpave performance tests; pavement performance and maintenance; practical applications and recent developments; transportation laboratory will be used for this course.
|CE 310 or consent of instructor|
|21||Civil Engineering||CE 424||Civil Engineering Practice||3|
An introduction to the practical concepts necessary to a practicing engineer, such as engineering ethics, engineering economics, estimating, cost analysis, contract bidding, and specification writing.
|Senior standing or consent of instructor|
|22||Civil Engineering||CE 450||Hydraulics of Open Channel Flow||3|
A study of the mechanics of fluid flow in open channels, as an extension of basic engineering hydraulics and experimental concepts applied to the theory, design, and shape optimization of open channels. Classification of flow, channel cross section, hydraulic jump, stilling basins, specific energy, culvert hydraulics, and the use of design charts and tables are included.
|23||Civil Engineering||CE 455||Wastewater Treatment||3|
An introduction to wastewater characteristics and treatment processes; biological mechanism, reactors, waste treatment, and kinetics. The engineering design of physical processes such as sedimentation, thickening, and filtration, as well as chemical processes, processing of sludge and advanced wastewater treatment processes are included. A field trip to wastewater treatment plant is required.
|(CE 304, EGC305) or consent of instructor|
|24||Civil Engineering||CE 456||Solid Waste Disposal||3|
An introduction to the problem of solid waste management; types and quantities of wastes; collection and transportation of wastes; composting, landfill and incineration; and recycling of wastes and resource recovery.
|CE 304 or consent of instructor|
|25||Civil Engineering||CE 457||Hazardous Waste Management||3|
An introduction to the transportation, storage, and disposal of hazardous wastes. Legal aspects of hazardous materials, cleanup of hazardous material spills, and the impact of hazardous materials on the environment are all covered.
|CE 304 or consent of instructor|
|26||Civil Engineering||CE 460||Computer-Aided Design in Civil Engineering||3|
A course which focuses on the design of Civil Engineering structures/systems using computers. Utilization of graphics and component design programs as design tools is required.
|EGC 101 and senior standing|
|27||Civil Engineering||CE 470||Civil Engineering Design Project||3|
An individualized or grouped civil engineering design project completed under supervision of instructor.
|Must have completed at least two CE design courses or consent of instructor|
|28||Civil Engineering||CE 480||Special Topics||3|
Credit hours arranged. A course covering selected topics in Civil Engineering.
|Consent of instructor|
|29||Chemistry||CHE 101||General Chemistry I||3|
A study of the fundamental laws of matter that govern physical and chemical changes. Atomic and molecular theories, atomic structure, periodic functions and classification of the elements are addressed. Required of all majors in chemistry.
|30||Chemistry||CHE 101L||General Chemistry I Lab||1|
Laboratory to accompany CHE 101. Basic exercises in general chemistry, to include fundamental operations used in making scientific measurements; properties of gases, liquids and solids, chemical elements and compounds.