CIVL - Civil Engineering Technology

CIVL 4900 - Directed Study

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
1
2
3
4
Description: 

Special course organized to enable students to elect independent study of engineering problems. Course may entail laboratory or analytical solution of problems or application of principles to engineering problems.

CIVL 4293 - Transportation Engineering Technology

Credits: 
3
Level: 
Lower
Prerequisites: 

CIVL 1204 with "D" or better

Description: 

This course introduces students to transportation systems in the U.S. and Canada, transportation planning and economics, surveys and plans, rights-of-way, traffic engineering, highway drainage, and the development of roadsides, highway subgrades, base courses, stabilization, as well as the fundamentals of maintenance.

CIVL 4273 - Photogrammetry

Credits: 
3
Level: 
Lower
Prerequisites: 

CIVL 3214 with "D" or better

Description: 

This course will introduce the advantages of photogrammetry as a mapping and planning tool. The types of photography, photo scale, flight planning techniques and specifications, displacement calculations and stereoscopic measurement are covered.

CIVL 4243 - Surveying Computer Appli

Credits: 
3
Level: 
Lower
Prerequisites: 

CIVL 1202 with D or better and CIVL 2204 with D or better and CIVL 3124 with D or better 

Description: 

This class is an introduction to the concepts of field to office automation, the use of coordinate geometry (COGO) software programs and computer aided drafting (CAD) software programs. Emphasis will be placed on the use of the computer in the solution of problems and projects that stress data analysis, data adjustment, mapping calculations and the application of computer graphics.

CIVL 4214 - Surveying Practicum

Credits: 
4
Level: 
Lower
Prerequisites: 

CIVL 3214 with "D" or better and CIVL 3204 with "D" or better

Description: 

This course is a series of field and office problems for fourth semester AAS Surveying Engineering Technology majors only. Topics include research, field reconnaissance, data collection, deed interpretation, and mapping. Students are responsible for the execution of a comprehensive surveying project.

CIVL 4204 - Subdivision Theory & Application

Credits: 
4
Level: 
Lower
Prerequisites: 

CIVL 3204 with "D" or better

Description: 

This course is an introduction to the U.S. Public Lands Survey System, the laws of simultaneous conveyances, and subdivision of lands. Governmental regulations and environmental considerations will be addressed. Industry standard software will be utilized in the laboratory.

CIVL 4164 - Hydraulics and Drainage

Credits: 
4
Level: 
Lower
Prerequisites: 

MATH 1063 with "D" or better or MATH 1084 with "D" or better

Description: 

A basic study of fluid statics and fluid flow emphasizing applications in civil engineering technology. Topics include pressure forces on submerged surfaces, closed conduit incompressible flow, centrifugal pump performance, open channel flow, rainfall and run-off estimates. The laboratory sessions involve the use of equipment to measure pressure and flow.

CIVL 4144 - Construction Management

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
4
Description: 

This course is a study of the business organizations, contracts, personnel and ethics used in construction projects. Topics include the stakeholders, contracts, cost accounting, construction documentation, planning and scheduling, bonding, insurance, labor relations and ethics as specifically experienced in the construction industry.

CIVL 4143 - Contracts, Specs, & Estimating

Level: 
Lower
Credits: 
3
Description: 

This course is a study of contracts and specifications governing contractors in the construction phase of a project. Practice is given in the estimating of earthwork, masonry, concrete, steel, and wood. Students progress through manual takeoffs to electronic spreadsheets. At the completion of this course the student will be able to create an estimate for a construction project.

CIVL 4104 - Structural Design

Credits: 
4
Level: 
Lower
Prerequisites: 

(PHYS 1024 with "D" or better or PHYS 1044 with "D" or better) and (MATH 2043 with "D" or better or MATH 1054 with "D or better or MATH 1084 with "D" or better or MATH 1063 with "D" or better)

Description: 

This course provides the student with a quantitative understanding of the effects of loads on structural elements in a building. Principles of structural mechanics are covered from forces and stresses, to properties of sections, and finally to shear and bending moments on beams. The designs of basic timber and steel beams and columns are also presented.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - CIVL - Civil Engineering Technology