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CE 207L - COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

Operation of computers and software used in civil engineering; use of instrumentation to conduct laboratory experiments; perform data analysis; create and present technical reports.

CE 240 - STATICS

Static equilibrium conditions for external and internal force and moment systems. First and second moments of lines and areas. Friction.
Prerequisite: PHYS 211a.

CE 242 MECHANICS OF SOLIDS

Elastic deformations and stresses in two dimensional structural elements caused by axial, bending, shear, and torsion loads; stress-strain relationships, Mohr's Circle. Elementary design concepts.
Prerequisite: 240.

CE 315 - FLUID MECHANICS

Basic principles of conservation of mass, momentum and energy in fluid systems; dimensional analysis; open-channel flow; incompressible flow; boundary layers.
Prerequisites: upper-division standing in civil or mechanical engineering, CE 242 or concurrent enrollment, or consent of instructor.

CE 330 - ENGINEERING MATERIALS

Physical and chemical properties of engineering materials (metals, woods, asphalt, and cement concrete).
Prerequisites: upper-division civil engineering standing, CE 242, concurrent enrollment in CE 330L, or consent of instructor.

CE 330L - ENGINEERING MATERIALS LABORATORY

Laboratory determination of material properties and mixing design of concrete.
Prerequisite: concurrent enrollment in CE 330 or consent of instructor.

CE 342 - STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING I

Structural loads. Kinematic instability. Beam, truss, and frame analysis. Computerized structural analysis. Introduction to design of steel structures. Code requirements.
Prerequisites: Upper-division civil engineering standing, CE 242, or consent of instructor.

CE 343 - STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING II

Introduction to indeterminate structures. Virtual work. Approximate methods of analysis. Force method. Introduction to design of reinforced concrete structures. Code requirements.
Prerequisites: Upper-division civil engineering standing, CE 330 or concurrent enrollment, CE 342, or consent of instructor.

CE 354 - INTRODUCTION TO GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING

Introduction to Geotechnical Engineering. Basic geological principles for engineering design; soil classification, water in soils, effective stress, shear strength and soil compressibility.
Prerequisites: upper-division standing in civil or mechanical engineering, CE 315 or concurrent enrollment, or consent of instructor.

CE 354L - SOIL MECHANICS LABORATORY

Laboratory and field experiments in soil mechanics.

CE 376 - TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING

Planning and design of air, highway, rail, water, and pipeline transportation facilities (geometric and structural). Prerequisites: upper-division civil engineering standing, CE 206, ME 262 or concurrent enrollment, or consent of instructor.

CE 380 - INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

Application of principles of chemistry, physics, biology, mathematics to engineered systems for water purification, wastewater treatment, air pollution control, solid waste management.
Prerequisites: Upper-division civil engineering standing or consent of instructor.

CE 415L - APPLIED FLUID MECHANICS LABORATORY

Laboratory experiments involving flow of water in pipes, open channels, and other water resources and environmental engineering systems. NOT FOR GRADUATE CREDIT.
Prerequisites: Upper-division civil engineering standing, CE 207L, CE 315, or consent of instructor.

CE 416 - ENGINEERING HYDROLOGY

Hydrological processes and their relationship to design of structures for control and management of water resources, rainfall-runoff relationships, probability and frequency analysis, surface and groundwater hydrology.

CE 435 - PAVEMENT DESIGN

Analysis and design for highways and airports; factors affecting pavement performance and code requirements. Prerequisites: Upper-division civil engineering standing, CE 330, CE 343, CE 354, or consent of instructor.

CE 441 - TIMBER DESIGN

Design and analysis of timber structures. Introduction to timber design code.
Prerequisites: Upper-division civil engineering standing, CE 343 or concurrent enrollment, or consent of instructor.

CE 442 - CONCRETE STRUCTURES

Fundamentals of structural concrete design. Familiarization with concrete design codes.

CE 443 - DESIGN OF MASONRY STRUCTURES

Design and analysis of masonry structures. Introduction to masonry design codes.
Prerequisites: Upper-division civil engineering standing, CE 343 or concurrent enrollment, or consent of instructor.

CE 445 - ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

Analysis of indeterminate two- and three-dimensional trusses and frames, with emphasis on matrix methods, computer techniques.
Prerequisites: Upper-division civil engineering standing, CE 343 or concurrent enrollment, or consent of instructor.

CE 446 - ADVANCED CONCRETE DESIGN

Advanced topics in reinforced concrete design, design of pre-stressed concrete beams, code design requirements. Prerequisites: Upper-division civil engineering standing, CE 343, CE 445 or concurrent enrollment, or consent of instructor.

CE 449 - ADVANCED STEEL DESIGN

Plastic analysis of steel structures. LRFD design. Stability theory applied to structural design. Composite beams and columns. Introduction to seismic design. Code requirements.
Prerequisites: Upper-division civil engineering standing, CE 342, CE 343 or concurrent enrollment, or consent of instructor.

CE 455 - FOUNDATION DESIGN

Design of foundations, retaining walls, cofferdams, earth embankments. Formulation of design problem statements and specifications. Estimates of bearing capacity, settlements, slope stability values.
Prerequisites: upper-division civil engineering standing, CE 354, or consent of instructor.

CE 460 - MUNICIPAL INFRASTRUCTURE DESIGN

Municipal infrastructure analysis and design; water distribution networks; wastewater collection; street systems; engineering processes of municipal designs.
Prerequisites: Upper-division civil engineering standing, CE 315, CE 376, or consent of instructor.

CE 473 - TRAVEL DEMAND FORECASTING

Transportation engineering principals for estimating the impact of new development on specific facilities and on a region using travel demand forecasting tools. Prerequisite: CE 376.

CE 474 - COMPUTER SIMULATION IN TRAFFIC ENGINEERING

Highway capacity software (HCS), signal timing software (SYNCHRO), and micro-simulation software (TSIS). Prerequisite: CE 376

CE 475 - TRANSPORTATION PLANNING

Covers the basis for transportation planning process, modeling transportation demand and supply, project evaluation for decision making, and transportation sustainability. Prerequisite: CE 376 or consent of instructor.

CE 476 - TRAFFIC STUDIES

Acquisition, evaluation, statistical analysis and reporting of traffic engineering data used to design, evaluate and operate transportation systems. Prerequisite: CE 376 or graduate standing.

CE 480 - ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS

A hands-on, laboratory course in which analytical methods are used to investigate typical parameters affecting water quality.

CE 486 - WASTEWATER TREATMENT DESIGN

Examination of traditional designs of individual processes, encompassing preliminary, primary, and secondary treatment. Focus on biological treatment.

CE 487 - WATER AND ADVANCED WASTEWATER TREATMENT DESIGN

Examination of traditional designs of individual chemical and physical processes.

CE 488 - HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT

Major aspects of managing hazardous waste, including regulations, pollution prevention, treatment, disposal, spill clean-up, and site remediation

CE 493 - ENGINEERING DESIGN

Team/individual design projects requiring application of engineering principles to formulation of design problem statements and specifications; development of alternative solutions for open-ended design problems. NOT FOR GRADUATE CREDIT.
Prerequisites: Upper-division civil engineering standing, CE 343 or concurrent enrollment, CE 354, CE 376, CE 380, CE 460 or concurrent enrollment, or consent of instructor.

CE 588 - SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT

Examination of each management option and design of hauling routes, transfer stations, and municipal landfills.

CE 589 - INDUSTRIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT

Examination of each management option and applicable regulations.

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