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Top CCE 101 CIVIL AND CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING ORIENTATION (2)  Offered in current or future terms
Introduction to civil and construction engineering professions; problem solving, communication skills. This course is required by the CE, CEM and FE programs. PREREQS: (MTH 112* or MTH 251*) and MTH 111

Top CCE 102 CIVIL AND CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING: PROBLEM-SOLVING AND TECHNOLOGY (3)  Offered in current or future terms
A skills-based course that focuses on introducing freshman students to the use of technology in solving civil engineering problems. Topics to be covered include units, homework professionalism, professional presentations, Internet tools, software for numeric methods and programming. Students use laptop computers during class. Some class involvement with professional societies or chapters. Projects from the areas of civil and construction engineering. Lec/lab. PREREQS: (MTH 112* or MTH 251*) and MTH 111

Top CCE 201 CIVIL AND CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING GRAPHICS AND DESIGN (3)  Offered in current or future terms
Introduces the engineering design process and graphic skills that are used by civil and construction engineers. Topics include design process, geometric construction, multiviews, auxiliary views, sections, dimensioning, tolerances and engineering drawing standards. Students participate in team design projects and presentations. Graphic and design projects from the areas of civil and construction engineering. Lec/lab. PREREQS: (MTH 111 [C] or MTH 112* [C] or MTH 241* [C] or MTH 251* [C] )

Top CCE 203 INTRODUCTION TO VIRTUAL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION (3)  Offered in current or future terms
Basic principles of virtual design and construction (VDC) focusing on skills required for generating design and construction information models. Parametric modeling and design constraints are introduced. Students will utilize construction drawings and documentation to create accurate 3D models. Use of design and construction information models for making estimates of quantities and cost, and for determination of constructability problems. Lec/lab. PREREQS: CCE 201 [C] or ENGR 248 [C]

Top CCE 321 CIVIL AND CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING MATERIALS (4)  Offered in current or future terms
Highway materials; aggregate, concrete and asphalt. Standard test methods. PREREQS: ( (ENGR 213 [C] or ENGR 213H [C] ) and (ST 314 [C] or BA 276 [C] ) )

Top CCE 321H CIVIL AND CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING MATERIALS (4)  Offered in current or future terms
Highway materials; aggregate, concrete and asphalt. Standard test methods. PREREQS: (ENGR 213 [C] or ENGR 213H [C] ) and (ST 314 [C] or BA 276 [C] ) and Honors College approval required.

Top CCE 421 ADVANCED CONCRETE PROPERTIES AND PERFORMANCE (4) 
Cement production, hydration, supplementary cementitious materials, mixture design and proportioning, heat of hydration, volume stability, shrinkage, cracking, expansion, creep, relaxation, admixtures, alternative binders, strength gain, durability. PREREQS: CCE 321 [C] and senior standing.

Top CCE 422 GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS (3)  Offered in current or future terms
Introduces concepts of construction with green building materials. Specific concepts include evaluation of what truly makes a material "green", long-term performance (e.g., durability) of materials, material production and life cycle cost analysis. Concepts of green building programs, guidelines and specifications will be introduced. PREREQS: (CE 321 [C] or CCE 321 [C] ) and (ECON 201 or ECON 201H or ECON 202 or ECON 202H) and ST 314 or equivalent.



 
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