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The Civil Infrastructure minor is intended to introduce engineering undergraduates to the engineering methodologies of mechanics, materials, analysis, design, and construction and to show how these are used in solving problems in the development maintenance, and operation of the built environment that is vital for any modern economy. Academic standards: At least a C in each course in the minor. Requirements: at least six (6) courses (18 credits), chosen as follows:

I. Required course:

  • ENGRD 2020 Mechanics of Solids

II. Additional courses: Choose any 5 (Groupings are for information only; other CEE courses approved by petition in advance.)

Geotechnical Engineering:

  • CEE 3410 Introduction to Geotechnical Engineering and Analysis
  • CEE 4400 Foundation Engineering
  • CEE 4410 Retaining Structures and Slopes
  • CEE 4440 Environmental Site and Remediation Engineering

Structural Engineering:

  • CEE 3710 Structural Modeling and Behavior
  • CEE 3720 Intermediate Solid Mechanics
  • CEE 4710 Fundamentals of Structural Mechanics
  • CEE 4720 Introduction to Finite Element Method
  • CEE 4730 Design of Concrete Structures
  • CEE 4740 Design of Steel Structures
  • CEE 4780 Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering

Other related courses:

  • CEE 5950 Construction Planning and Operations