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CENE 286 - Civil And Environmental Engineering Design: Analysis

Description: Students will further their understanding of the engineering design process implanting methods and tools learned in CENE 186. This course will utilize basic land surveying and construction-layout principles and methods using contemporary equipment and software to analyze civil and environmental engineering projects. Content includes datums and coordinates, geodesy, leveling, angle measurement, topography, teaming, engineering economics and impacts of engineering designs. Lab will conduct site investigations, leveling, distance and angle measurement, topographic and quantity surveying, and construction staking. Required for civil engineering and environmental engineering majors. (3 hrs. lecture, 3 hrs. lab). Letter grade only.

Units: 4

Sections offered: Fall 2024

Requirement Designation:

Prerequisite: CENE 186 with a grade of C or better CM majors: MAT 125 with a grade of C or better