100: Introduction to Construction. 3-2-3. An introduction to the construction industry, the work of professional construction managers and technologies, the curriculum, and the reading of building and highway plans.
210: Basic Hydraulics. 4-2-3. Preq., MEMT 206. Physical phenomena of hydraulics with application of the fundamental laws and empirical formulae. Pressure forces on submerged areas, buoyancy, flow in closed conduits and open channels and fluid measurements.
372: Structural Mechanics and Analysis. 0-3-3. Preq. MEMT 206 and MATH 220. Theory of the mechanics of structural analysis and design. Not open to Civil Engineering majors.
373: Construction Materials. 4-2-3. Preq., ENGL 303 and MEMT 206. Mechanical behavior of engineering materials, determination of strength and other properties of materials, and construction applications.
424: Seminar. 3-0-1. Preq., senior status. Reading and discussion of assigned papers, presentation of current issues in construction, and discussions with professional construction personnel.
471: Reinforced Concrete, Foundations, and Formwork. 0-3-3. Preq., CVTE 372. Analysis and design of reinforced concrete structures, slabs, and footings. Design and selection of formwork and shoring.
473: Design of Structures. 3-2-3. Preq., CVTE 372. Design of elementary structures in timber and steel.
475: Soils in Construction. 0-3-3. Preq., MEMT 206. The nature of soils, earthwork in construction and soils testing methods.
492: Construction Project Bid Planning. 6-0-2. Preq., CVEN 439 and senior standing. Capstone construction experience that includes planning the sequence of construction operations, creating a bill of materials, and estimating the cost of a small construction project by student teams.