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BS Architectural Engineering - ME Structural Engineering

Semesters 1 through 8 are identical to those of the BSARCE curriculum in the Undergraduate Bulletin, except that the 9 credit hours of undergraduate technical electives in Semesters 7 and 8 are: CAE 310 Structural Analysis II, CAE 431 Steel Design, and CAE 432 Concrete and Foundation Design.

Semester 9

Credits

MMAE 501 Engineering Analysis or CAE 514 Mathematical Methods for STE 3
CAE 503 Advanced Structural Theory 3
CAE 518 Advance Reinforced Concrete 3
Technical Elective (400 or 500-leval STE course) 3
Total 12

Semester 10

Credits

CAE 525 Advanced Steel and Composite 4
Technical Elective (400 or 500-level STE course) 4
Technical Elective (400 or 500-level STE course) 3
Total 11

The 10 credit hours of graduate technical electives in Semesters 9 and 10 are selected from the following list of STE courses:

CAE 408 Bridge and Structural Design
CAE 410 Introduction to Wind & Earthquake Engineering
CAE 420 Introduction to Dynamics of Structures
CAE 430 Probability Concepts in CE
CAE 442 Finite Element Methods in Framed Structures
CAE 503 Advanced Structural Theory and Design
CAE 504 Seismic Retrofit & Earthquake Hazard Reduction
CAE 505 Infrastructure Rehab Engineering
CAE 506 Bldg Envelope Rehab Engineering
CAE 508 Bridge Inspection, Rehab, Repair and Management
CAE 514 Mathematical Methods for Structural Engineering
CAE 518 Advanced Reinforced Concrete
CAE 520 Buckling of Structures
CAE 522 Structural Model Analysis
CAE 525 Advanced Steel and Composite Structures
CAE 530 Finite Element Method of Analysis
CAE 551 Prestressed Concrete
CAE 560 Plastic Methods
CAE 561 Structural Reliability and Probabilistic Bases of Design
CAE 582 Structural Wind & Earthquake Engineering
CAE 583 Performance-Based Structural and Seismic Design
CAE 586 Seismic Design of Buildings and Bridges

or any other 400 or 500-level courses with consent of the advisor.