CE 210 Elementary Surveying (3)
Introductory course in surveying methods and theory. Topics will include land surveying, construction surveying, and route surveying. Two hours of lecture and two hours of lab per week. Prerequisites: MAT 151.
CE 220 Professionalism (2)
Provides students with the non-technical skills necessary to become a member of the engineering profession. Class topics will include ethics, peer review and critiquing others, oral presentations, written reports, engineering impacts on society, guidance for licensure, and contemporary issues in engineering. Two hours of lecture per week. Prerequisite: Sophomore Standing.
CE 301 Structural Engineering (4)
Introduce students to the classic analysis methods of determinate and indeterminate structures, including deflection, calculation of beams and frames, work energy methods, flexibility method, slope deflection method, moment distribution method, approximate structural analysis, and influence line concept for moving loads. Three hours of lecture and two hours of lab per week. Prerequisite: ESC 230.
CE 302 Transportation Engineering (3)
Introduction to basic concepts in transportation engineering including: planning, design, and operations. Introduces the challenges and issues in modeling transportation problems. Studies of various concepts related to the design of highway facilities, level of service, and demand for transportation services. Concepts related to signal optimization, policy implications and the basics of transportation planning. Prerequisite: MAT 152.
CE 303 Environmental Engineering (4)
Students in the class will be introduced to topics relevant to environmental engineering. Topics to be covered in class include pollution in air, water and solid wastes, as well as, engineering approaches for treatment and remediation of the pollution in these environmental media. Three hours of lecture and two hours of lab per week. Prerequisite: MAT 151, BIO 101T, and BIO 101L or CHE 130T and CHE 130L.
CE 304 Geotechnical Engineering (3)
Soil properties, identification and classification of earth material; subsurface exploration; soil strength, stresses, settlement, substructure design; computer applications. Prerequisites/co-requisites: ESC 230.
CE 330 Fluid Mechanics (3)
Hydraulic considerations for wells, pumps, and distribution systems, including conservation of mass, momentum, and energy incompressible flow of fluids with introduction of compressible flow: dimensional analysis and similitude; laminar and turbulent flows; empirical methods. Hydrologic design and analysis of drainage. Hydrologic cycle components necessary for determining design flows. Use of computer analysis techniques. Prerequisite/Co-requisite: MAT 230.
CE 335 Water Resources Engineering (3)
Students will explore water resources engineering processes in pipe flows, pipe networks, open channel flow, and surface and groundwater hydrology. This course is designed to review the fundamentals and practices of water resources engineering with a focus on engineering applications of hydraulics and hydrology. The concepts of fluid mechanics (hydrostatics, conservation laws) will be applied to analyze flow phenomena are illustrated in demonstrations and field trips. The course will prepare interested students for future careers in water supply, wastewater treatment, floodplain management, storm water management, and groundwater management. Prerequisite/Co-requisite: CE 330.
CE 410 Structural Steel Design (3)
Analysis and design of structural steel members for tensile, compressive, flexural and combined loading. Prerequisite: CE 301.
CE 411 Reinforced Concrete Design (3)
Strength design concepts, beams, columns, slabs, retaining walls, single and combined footings. Computer applications. Prerequisite: CE 301.
CE 412 Finite Element Analysis (3)
Modern analysis techniques used to investigate a variety of systems in engineering and science. Computational models of problems are developed using energy concepts, structural mechanics, and matrix operations. The methods used are implemented using a general finite element program and the accuracy of the results is evaluated. The learned theoretical approach is applied to common structural elements such as trusses, beams, frames, and plates. Prerequisites: ESC 230, MAT 260, and MAT 253.
CE 420 Traffic Engineering (3)
Teaches students the fundamentals of traffic engineering and traffic flow theory: traffic signal design, intersection design, and traffic impact studies. Students will be taught using Highway Capacity Software, SYNCHRO, and other traffic software packages. Prerequisite: CE 302.
CE 421 Highway Engineering (3)
Principles of geometric design of highways, intersections, interchanges, and terminals. Practical issues of vertical and horizontal curvature, highway evaluation, driver and vehicle dynamics, and traffic safety are also addressed. Computer-aided design and modeling. Prerequisite: CE 302.
CE 422 Transportation Terminal Design (3)
Transportation terminal design requires that engineers look at the interactions between passengers, freight and the transportation systems that they use. The design of terminals is a key component of a transportation system. Terminals are designed to provide security, storage, and access to different modes of transportation. The course will focus on airports, rail stations and truck terminals. Prerequisite: CE 302.
CE 430 Hydrology and Storm Water Management (3)
Students will learn about hydrologic design and the analysis of drainage and storm water management systems. This will include hydrologic cycle components necessary for determining design flows and pipe flow calculations. Computer modeling. Prerequisite: CE 303.
CE 431 Hazardous and Solid Waste Treatment (3)
Teaches students about hazardous and solid waste including: waste identification, subsurface fate and transport, toxicology, environmental/public health and risk assessment, site characterization and assessment tools, remediation tools and technologies. Prerequisite: CE 303.
CE 432 Water & Waste Water Unit Design (3)
Design-based environmental engineering course. Unites design of drinking water and waste-water treatment plants. Applies microbiology, water chemistry principles, and units of treatment-plant design techniques. Prerequisite: CE 303.
CE 433 Groundwater Hydrology (3)
Students will learn the fundamental science and engineering behind groundwater systems. Explore hydrogeology topics including but not limited to: the hydrologic cycle, groundwater flow, and wellhead protection and management. Students are required to analyze contemporary issues in hydrogeology via critical thinking, engineering design, and teamwork, technical reporting, and presentation. Prerequisite: CE 303.
CE 440 Construction Management (3)
Provides students with an overview of the responsibilities and risk associated with management within the construction industry. Emphasis is given to responsibilities and relationships between owners, contractors, labor and suppliers, construction estimates and schedules, construction contracts and safety.
CE 480 Capstone Design I (3)
This course will provide students with the opportunity to work as part of a multi-disciplinary Civil Engineering design team. The course will consist of developing the preliminary design plans with presentations and reports. Students will learn about the regulatory process, LEED design, and site planning. Lectures in professional practice and teaming will augment the design project. Prerequisites/co-requisites: Senior standing and completion of one class in a CE emphases.
CE 481 Capstone Design II (3)
This course will provide students with the opportunity to work as part of a multi-disciplinary Civil Engineering design team. The course will consist of a design project with presentations and reports. Lectures in professional practice and teaming will augment the design project. Prerequisites/Co-requisites: Senior standing, successful completion of CE 480 and completion of one of the CE emphases.