BS Civil Engineering Course Description
CE 14 - Solid Mechanics. Introduction to continuum mechanics. Special topics in mechanics such as non-homogeneous members, inelastic behavior, unsymmetrical bending, torsion, energy methods and applications. (Prereq: ES 13; Year taken: 3rd year, 2nd Semester)
CE 15 - Fluid Mechanics for Civil Engineering I. Fluid properties, flow variables: pressure, velocity and viscous stresses. Differential and integral formulations of continuity, momentum and energy conservation principles. The Navier-Stokes Equation, solution to special cases: fluid statics, idela flow and viscous incompressible flow. Analytical and computational techniques. Fluid instrumentation. Physical and numerical experiments with civil engineering applications. (Prereq: ES 12; Year taken: 3rd year, 2nd Semester)
CE 16 - Fluid Mechanics for Civil Engineering II. Principles of similitude and dimensional analysis. Application to closed-conduit flow, flow around immersed bodies and open channel flows. Case studies in pipe flow, flow through structures flow around civil works and flow through porous media.
(Prereq: CE 15; Year taken: 4th year, 1st Semester)
CE 21 - Statistics. Frequency distribution, averages, measures of variation, simple probability, theory of large and small sampling. Correlation and applications in engineering. (Year Taken: 3rd Year, 1st Semester)
CE 22 - Engineering Economy. Fundamentals of engineering decisions. Relative economy of alternative materials, methods, processes designs. (Year taken: 4th year, 1st semester; Taken by: 4th-Year-standing students)
CE 26 - Analytical and Computational Methods in Civil Engineering I. Programming concepts and methods, algorithms, and software; linear and nonlinear algebraic problems, matrix operations; concept of discrete mathematics. (Prereq: Math 53; Year taken: 2nd year, 2nd Semester)
CE 27 - Analytical and Computational Methods in Civil Engineering II. Ordinary differential equations, finite difference equations, fourier series, laplace transforms, vector analysis, analytical and numerical solutions of ordinary differential equations in civil engineering. (Prereq: Math 55, CE 26; Year taken: 3rd year, 1st Semester)
CE 28 - Analytical and Computational Methods in Civil Engineering III. Calculus of variations, partial differential equations, tensor analysis, analytical and numerical solution of partial differential equations. (Prereq: CE 15; Year taken: 3rd year, 2nd Semester)
CE 110 - Hydrology. Weather and hydrologic cycle. Precipitation, evaporation, transpiration and infiltration, groundwater flow, rainfall-runoff relations, unit hydrograph, storage and channel routing, flood drought frequency analysis. (Prereq: CE 15; Year taken: 4th year, 1st Semester)
CE 111 - Hydraulic Engineering. Sizing of reservoirs, hydraulic analysis and design of dams, spillways, gates, outlet works, open channels, and pressure conduits, sediment transport, pipe network analysis, theory of hydraulic machinery. (Prereq: CE 16; Year taken: 4th year, 2nd Semester)
CE 112 - Water Resources Engineering. River engineering flood sediment control, drainagem irrigation, hydropower, water supply, inland naviagation, multi-purpose projectsm, integrated water resources management. (Prereq: CE 111; Year taken: 5th year, 1st Semester)
CE 113 - Coastal Engineering. Water waves, short and long term analysis, wave generation, tides and water levels, wave transformation and breaking,wave force,s design of structures, shore processes, shore protection, computational tools. (Prereq: CE 16, CE 162; Elective)
CE 114 - Multipurpose Water Resources Development. Graphic and analytical optimization techniques, optimization by simulation, planning and implementation
CE 121 - Construction Materials. Engineering properties of common construction materials (soils, aggregates, concrete, metals, woods, and composites); concrete mix design; standard test methods, non-destructive testings, testing of small-scale structural elements (Prereq: ES 13; Year taken: 4th year, 1st Semester; Taken by: 4th-year-standing students)
CE 123 - Construction Engineering and Management I. Project development process, personalities and project organization; legal and ethical aspects of the civil engineering profession; project documents, and service engagement procedures; contract administration. (Prereq: CE 121; Year taken: 4th year, 2nd Semester)
CE 124 - Construction Engineering and Management II. Cost engineering, productivity, quantitative methods forconstruction, site layout, planning and scheduling, construction equipment and methodology, pricing and bid strategy, network analysis, resource allocation, software application. (Prereq: CE 123; Year taken: 5th year, 1st Semester)
CE 125 - Construction Engineering and Management IIII. Site management, total quality approach, problems solving and decision making, effective communication, motivation and leadership, resource management. (Prereq: CE 124; Elective)
CE 131 - Elements of Environmental Engineering. Engineering principles in environmental sanitation, and public health. Environmental effects of engineering project. (Prereq: Chem 16; Year taken: 3rd year, 2nd Semester)
CE 132 - Sanitary Engineering I. Unit operations in water and waste water treatment. Design of water and wastewater treatment plants. (Prereq: CE 16, CE 131; Year taken: 4th year, 2nd Semester)
CE 133 - Sanitary Engineering II. Engineering applications of new concepts of physical-chemical wastewater treatment.
CE 134 - Hazardous Waste Minimization. Hazardous waste minimization as waste management strategy; waste minimization techniques.
CE 135 - Environmental Geotechnology. Landfill control and uses; contaminated groundwater and seepage; soil/environmental and soil/pollution interaction; hazardous waste control and storage systems; durability and protection of geostructural members, hazardous ground.
CE 141 - Transportation Engineering I. Characteristics of transportation systems; introduction to transportation planning; traffic flow fundamentals, traffic control fundamentals, transportation and traffic surveys. (Prereq: CE 27; Year taken: 4th year, 2nd Semester)
CE 142 - Transportation Engineering II. Planning and design of transportation facilities; road, rail, air and water transportation. (Prereq: CE 141; Year taken: 5th year, 1st Semester)
CE 143 - Transportation Engineering III. Urban transport planning and design using statistical techniques, computer methods, modeling and optimization. Policy formulation, case studies.
CE 155 - Structural Analysis. Theory and applications of methods of structural analysis, influence lines (Prereq: CE 15; Year taken: 4th year, 1st Semester)
CE 156 - Design of Steel Members. Behavior and design of structural steel members subjected to axial load, flexure, shear and combined loads. Connection design. (Prereq: CE 155; Year taken: 4th year, 2nd Semester)
CE 157 - Design of Reinforced Concrete Members. Behavior and design of reinforced concrete members subject to axial load, flexure and shear. Serviceability requirements. (Prereq: CE 155; Year taken: 5th year, 1st Semester)
CE 158 - Structural Engineering Elective. Selected topics in structural engineering
CE 162 - Geotechnical Engineering I. Geomorphology; phase relationships, soil plasticity, soil classification, mechanics of soils, compressibility of soils, soil permeability, and seepage analysis. (Prereq: CE 15, Geol 11; Year taken: 4th year, 1st Semester)
CE 163 - Geotechnical Engineering II. Site investigations, lateral earth pressures, earth retaining structures, slope stability, bearing capacity and settlements, shallow and deep foundations, ground improvement techniques. (Prereq: CE 162; Year taken: 4th year, 2nd Semester)
CE 164 - Geotechnical Engineering III. Soil and rock dynamics, seismicity and risk analysis. Finite element analysis in geotechnical engineering. Special topics in geotechnical engineering
CE 190 - Seminar and Research Methods in Civil Engineering. Development of research proposals (Prereq: Consent of Instructor; Year taken: 5th year, 1st Semester)
CE 198 - Special Problems
CE 199 - Undergraduate Research Project. Implementation of research project. (Prereq: CE 190; Year taken: 5th year, 2nd Semester)
EEE 3 - Elementary Electrical Engineering. Fundamentals of electric and magnetic circuits; transformers; direct and alternating current machinery; elementary distribution systems and electrical wiring. (Prereq: Math 54, Physics 72; Year Taken )