### Graduate Courses in Civil & Environmental Engr (CE)

- CE 220 - Intro to Finite Element Anyl
- Introduction to finite element analysis: applications in solid mechanics, hydrodynamics, and transport: analysis of model behavior: Fourier analysis. Computer project required. Prerequisites: computer programming, linear algebra, or permission of Instructor.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 226 - Civil Engineering Systems Anyl
- Linear programming, dynamic programming, network analysis, simulation; applications to scheduling, resource allocation, routing, and a variety of civil engineering problems. Prerequisites: Senior/Graduate standing in Civil & Environmental Engineering or Instructor permission. Cross-listed with: CSYS 226.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 241 - Traffic Operations & Design
- Advanced concepts of traffic engineering and capacity analysis; highway and intersection capacity; traffic analysis and simulation software; design and application of controls. Prerequisite: CE 133.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 245 - Intelligent Transportation Sys
- Introduction to Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), ITS user services, ITS applications, the National ITS architecture, ITS evaluation, and ITS standards. Pre/co-requisites: CE 140 or equivalent; Instructor permission. Cross-listed with: CSYS 245.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 248 - Hazardous Waste Mgmt Engr
- Management of hazardous and industrial waste from generation to disposal; emphasis on pollution prevention within industry; waste minimization, recovery, reuse, treatment technologies; environmental regulations, risk assessment, costs and public policy; group projects. Prerequisite: Senior standing in Engineering or sciences.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 251 - Envr Facility Dsgn/Wastewater
- Design of wastewater conveyance and treatment facilities; sewage treatment plant design; equipment selection. Prerequisite: CE 151.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 252 - Industrial Hygiene
- Industrial hygiene problems; effects of pollutants on health; threshold limit values; emphasis on the engineering evaluation of hazard and control techniques. Prerequisite: CHEM 031 or CHEM 025; PHYS 031.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 253 - Transportation & Air Quality
- Air pollution sources, measurement methods, legislation, vehicle emissions formation, control and transport processes. Emphasis on emission factor and dispersion multi-scale modeling using latest modeling tools. Prerequisite: CE 133. Co-requisite: CE 134.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 254 - Environmental Quantitive Anyl
- Course focuses on chemical, biochemical and physical processes; diffusion, equilibria, reaction kinetics, acids/bases, colloids, air/water exchange; laboratories demonstrate standard environmental engineering techniques. Prerequisites: CHEM 032, CE 132, STAT 141 or STAT 143.
- Credits: 0.00 or 4.00
- CE 255 - Phys/Chem Proc Water/Wstwater
- Theory of physical/chemical processes for treating waters and wastewaters; reactor dynamics, mass transfer, adsorption, ion exchange, precipitation. Pre/co-requisites: CE 151, CE 154, or permission of Instructor.
- Credits: 0.00 or 3.00
- CE 256 - Biol Proc Water/Wastewater Tr
- Theory and application of biological processes for treating industrial and domestic wastewaters and contaminated ground water; microbiological considerations; aerobic and anaerobic processes; reactor design, in-situ bioremediation; bench-scale and pilot-scale experimentation. Prerequisite: CE 151.
- Credits: 0.00 or 3.00
- CE 259 - Msmt of Airborne Contaminants
- Quantifying airborne contaminants from processes and ambient levels. Laboratories demonstrate calibration and measurement, stack sampling and ambient air monitoring, and specific contaminant generation and measurement. Prerequisite: CE 252 or CE 253.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 260 - Hydrology
- Theory of precipitation, run-off, infiltration, and ground water; precipitation and run-off data; and application of data for use in development of water resources. Prerequisite: CE 160.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 261 - Open Channel Flow
- Application of the laws of fluid mechanics to flow in open channels; design of channels and transition structures; modeling; uniform and gradually-varied flows. Prerequisite: CE 160.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 265 - Ground Water Hydrology
- Principles of ground water hydraulics, well characteristics, aquifers, and use of numerical methods to solve ground water flow problems. Prerequisite: CE 160.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 271 - Advanced Structural Analysis
- Virtual work, energy theorems, analysis of structures by the displacement method, finite element analysis of structural systems, non-linear structural analysis, structural optimization, probalistic structural analysis. Prerequisite: CE 170.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 272 - Structural Dynamics
- Vibrations, matrices, earthquake engineering, stability and wave propagation. Prerequisites: Senior or Graduate standing in Engineering or physical sciences, or Instructor permission. Cross-listed with: ME 270.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 280 - Applied Soil Mechanics
- Use of soil mechanics in evaluation of building foundations, braced excavations, earth structures; lateral earth pressures, pile foundations, caisson foundations, slope stability, and construction problems. Prerequisite: CE 180.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 281 - Geotechnical Design
- Subsurface explorations; bearing capacity, lateral earth pressures, slope stability; analysis and design of shallow and deep foundations, retaining structures, and slopes. Pre/co-requisite: CE 180.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 282 - Engr Properties of Soils
- Study of soil properties influencing engineering behavior of soils: soil mineralogy, physiochemical concepts, plasticity properties, permeability, and compaction: laboratory study of soil index properties, permeability, compaction tests. Prerequisite: CE 180 or equivalent.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 283 - Designing with Geosynthetics
- Geotextiles, geogrids, geonets, geomembranes, geocomposites, geopipes. Design for separation, reinforcement, filtration, drainage, erosion, control, liners. Applications in transportation, drainage, solid waste containment. Material testing, behavior. Prerequisite: CE 180.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 290 - Engineering Investigation
- Independent investigation of a special topic under the guidance of a staff member. Preparation of an engineering report is required.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 295 - Special Topics
- Content is dictated by expanding professional interest in newly developing, or recently developed, technical areas in which there is particular need or opportunity. Prerequisite: Senior/Graduate standing.
- Credits: 1.00 to 18.00
- CE 304 - Adv Engineering Analysis I
- Analytical methods for the solution of partial differential equations in engineering mechanics and physics, including: eigenfunction expansions; Fourier series; Sturm-Liouville theory and special functions. Prerequisites: Graduate standing in engineering, mathematics, or physical sciences or Instructor permission. Cross-listed with: ME 304.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 305 - Adv Engineering Analysis II
- Advanced analytical techniques for problems in engineering mechanics and physics, including: integral transform methods, Green's functions, perturbation methods, and variational calculus. Prerequisites: ME 304 or equivalent. Cross-listed with: ME 305.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 321 - Engr Computations on Adv Arch
- Engineering computations using multiprocessing computers, concurrent processing, algorithms for numerical approximation of differential equations, linear systems. Programming projects required.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 359 - Appld Artificial Neural Ntwrks
- Introduction to artificial neural networks. A broad range of example algorithms are implemented in MATLAB. Research applications to real data are emphasized. Pre/co-requisites: STAT 223, CS 016/CE 011, or Instructor permission. Cross-listed with: CSYS 359.
- Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
- CE 360 - Advanced Hydrology
- Application of statistics to engineering hydrology; concept, use of instantaneous unit hydrograph; study of runoff models; flow through porous media; design techniques for water resources projects. Prerequisite: CE 260, MATH 271 or Instructor permission. Offered as occasion warrants.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 361 - Fluvial Forms & Processes
- Advanced topics in fluvial forms and processes; focus on river and stream restoration and design; includes journal readings, discussion, field trips and group design project. Pre/co-requisites: CE 160 or Instructor permission.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 365 - Contaminant Hydrogeol&Remediat
- Practical, theoretical aspects of contaminant hydrogeology, advances in technologies, mass transport and transformation in saturated and vadose zones; movement, distribution, and remediation of nonaqueous-phase liquids. Prerequisite: CE 265 or with Instructor permission.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 366 - Numerical Method/Surface Water
- Development of the governing equations for geophysical hydrodynamics/transport, shallow water equations, analysis and implementation of finite element/finite difference computational algorithms. Prerequisite: CE 220.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 367 - Phys Flow&Trs thru Porous Mdia
- The fundamental equations describing fluid flow and mass transport in subsurface systems are developed from first principles. Pre/co-requisite: CE 265 or equivalent.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 368 - Groundwater Modeling
- The fundamental theory of groundwater hydrology is combined with concepts in numerical methods to provide the technology needed to study a real-world groundwater problem. Pre/co-requisite: CE 265 and CE 220 or equivalent.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 369 - Applied Geostatistics
- Introduction to the theory of regionalized variables, geostatistics (kriging techniques): special topics in multivariate analysis; Applications to real data subject to spatial variation are emphasized. Pre/co-requisite: STAT 223 or STAT 225, CS 016/CE 011, or Instructor permission. Cross-listed with: CSYS 369.
- Credits: 3.00
- CE 390 - Adv Topics in Civil & Envr Eng
- Special topics to intensify the programs of graduate students in civil and environmental engineering. Hours and credits to be arranged.
- Credits: 1.00 to 6.00
- CE 391 - Master Thesis Rsch
- Credits: 1.00 to 12.00
- CE 393 - CEE Graduate Seminar
- Presentation and discussion of advanced problems, research, and current topics in Civil & Environmental Engineering by faculty, graduate students, and outside guest speakers. Prerequisite: Graduate student in CEE Program.
- Credits: 0.00
- CE 395 - Advanced Special Topics
- Advanced topics in recently developed technical areas. Hours and credits as arranged.
- Credits: 1.00 to 6.00
- CE 491 - Doctoral Dissertation Research
- Credits: 1.00 to 18.00