Courses

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Undergraduate

  • CE 121 Structural Analysis
  • CE 122N Design of Steel Structures*
  • CE 123N Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures*
  • CE 124 Structural Design in Timber
  • CE 165 Concrete Materials and Construction
  • CE 193 Engineering Risk Analysis

* CE 122 or CE 123 may be credited towards a graduate degree, but not both.

Graduate

  • CE 220N Nonlinear Structural Analysis
  • CE 222 Finite Element Methods 
  • CE 223 Earthquake Protective Systems
  • CE 225 Dynamics of Structures
  • CE 226 Stochastic Structural Dynamics
  • CE 227 Earthquake-Resistant Design 
  • CE 228 Advanced Earthquake Analysis
  • CE 229 Structural Reliability
  • CE 231 Mechanics of Solids 
  • CE 232 Structural Mechanics 
  • CE 233 Computational Mechanics 
  • CE 234 Computational Inelasticity 
  • CE C235 Statistical Mechanics of Elasticity 
  • CE 236 Microstructured Materials 
  • CE 237 Computational Nano-mechanics
  • CE 240 Civil Engineering Materials 
  • CE 241 Concrete Technology 
  • CE 244 Reinforced Concrete Structures 
  • CE 245 Behavior of Reinforced Concrete
  • CE 246 Prestressed Concrete Structures 
  • CE 247 Design of Steel and Composite Structures 
  • CE 248 Behavior and Plastic Design of Steel Structures 
  • CE 249 Experimental Methods in Structural Engineering 

SEMM Seminars

A program of approximately six SEMM seminars is offered each semester, featuring invited professional engineers or faculty members from other universities. Seminars occur during the noon hour, and include complimentary lunch. All SEMM graduate students are expected to attend the seminar.