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Graduate Courses

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers a broad range of courses, three semesters per year, spanning across all four of our research disciplines. Below is a selection of some of our popular 600-level and 700-level courses.

Note: Course offerings vary by year and by term. Please see the below chart for a current list of course offerings. 


You can view a course description of the above courses and many more via the library of courses in the Graduate Studies Academic Calendar; however, not all the courses listed in this calendar are offered each year. Please refer to the Schedule of Classes for current upcoming course offerings. 
 

Current and Upcoming Course Offerings

Spring 2020

Course Number 

Title

Instructor

Time/Day(s)

Location

CIVE 602 Prestressed Concrete Trevor Hrynyk N/A Online
CIVE 604 Advanced Steel Design Lei Xu N/A Online
CIVE 640 Urban Transportation Planning Liping Fu N/A Online
CIVE 700 The Circular Economy Carl Haas, Sheida Shahi N/A Online
CIVE 750 Water Infrastructure Asset Management Mark Knight N/A Online

Fall 2020

Please note that the below offerings are tentative and subject to change. 

Course Number 

Title

Instructor

Time/Day(s)

Location

CIVE 601 Engineering Risk and Reliability Mahesh Pandey N/A Online
CIVE 611 Finite Elemeng Analysis Rob Gracie N/A Online
CIVE 653 Numerical Methods in Geomechanics Shunde Yin N/A Online
CIVE 700 Structural Topics: Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design Trevor Hrynyk N/A Online
CIVE 700 Structural Topics: Building Energy Analysis Daid Mather N/A Online
CIVE 700 Structural Topics: Structural Design in Timber Cory Zurell N/A Online
CIVE 740 Transportation Topics: Computer Applications in Transport Technology Liping Fu N/A Online
CIVE 750 Geotechnical Topics: Advanced Mechanics of Soils Dipanjan Basu N/A Online
CIVE 752 Trenchless Technologies Mark Knight N/A Online
CIVE 770 Environmental Topics: Organic Contaminants Anh Pham N/A Online

CEE Policy for Audits

For a student to receive an "AUD" credit for a graduate course within the Department of Civil of Environmental Engineering, the following criteria must be met:

  1. The student must attend at least 10 weeks of class
  2. The student must complete the equivalent of at least 30% of the graded items with a grade of at least 70%